hair colour detoxmy naturopath and live blood cell analysis says i need to detox heavy metals that come from hair color now causing hair loss many years later. i have gone through a trichologist's detox twice and my hair is worse, now like baby hair.
i want to know if they are still potent after travelling with them wrapped in foil,
if not, how, repotentize? want to make sure still potent and
i heard that placing in the sun potentizes - or does it deactivate them?
elandra on 2012-02-09
Were these medicines made in a pharmacy according to traditional methods or did this naturopath use radionics or the black box to make them?
You cannot tell if a medicine is still able to affect you, except to take it. There is no test for that. Our medicines operate on a level that cannot be measured by machines, but only be the effect on a patient's vital energy. This can put us in a difficult situation - a remedy might not work because it is the wrong remedy too, so there is no way to tell the difference.
You cannot yourself 'repotentize' a remedy unfortunately in pillule or granule form. If you had access to stock bottle, from which the pharmacy makes the medicine for you, it is possible they could reapply the drops to the bottle of pillules. Generally speaking pharmacies just sell you a new bottle of pillules to ensure the quality is good. Reapplying the drops can actually create a medicine that is too strong, if it is still potent, so it is better to just use fresh pillules.
Also, heat is one of the most reliable ways to destroy a medicine made by our methods. The sun, boiling, heaters - you want to keep medicines away from heat definitely.
Our medicines are not made using the sun, so it has nothing to do with the preparation of them.
Just to reiterate, the only way to tell if a remedy is still active, is when it cures the patient.
♡ brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
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