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Safer Potency

Whicy potency is more safe for any remedy? Which potency have more risk for face aggravation and proving symptoms?
  sadeqahmed on 2012-01-22
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None of that depends on potency. Potency has nothing to do with safety, aggravation or provings.

Patients are put in danger when:

1. the remedy is repeated too often

2. the remedy is used to suppress symptoms

3. the patient has life-threatening pathology and no care is taken with dosing

Patients aggravate because:

1. They are oversensitive

2. They remedy is given in too large a dose (typically dry pillules but 'large' is a term that depends on the individiual sensitivity)

3. There has been a lot of medical suppression of the illness

4. There is a signficant tissue change related to the disease

5. The remedy is repeated too often

A patient may experience a proving when:

1. The remedy is wrong

2. The remedy is repeated too often

3. The patient is highly sensitive to homoeopathic remedies
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
Dear Dr. Brisbane,
Thanks for your reply. Which one is more safer: Taking Conium-30 one dose in three days, or Conium-200 one dose in a week?
sadeqahmed 8 years ago
Neither 30c or 200c is more dangerous or safer than the other. The potency needs to be selected on the basis of the conditions I mentioned in my last post. Homoeopaths spends years training and in clinic to be able to choose the right potency based on the situation of the patient.
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago

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