Help with potencyHi everyone,
Just a quick query. I'm a newly qualified practitioner and I'm treating a patient with arthritis in his right hand. I'm prescribing Actaea Spicata, but I'm not sure about the potency. On the patient's wishes, I am only aiming to palliate the pain he feels in his hand. He has no wish for a constitutional remedy.
I either want to give him an LM remedy or a low potency centesimal to take every day. Can anyone advise me as to which is best? If I prescribed say 6x daily, could he continue to take it indefinitely?
Thanks for your help. My course was great but really classical and we didn't learn a lot about small remedies or low potencies!
rooty28 on 2005-06-26
luckyduck last decade
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