Sulphur and Psorinum: dosage frequency ?Hi
I am on a long term treatment with Sulphur 1M and Prosinum 1M. I wanted your suggestions regarding the appropriate dosage frequency.
Currently, I am alternating Sulphur and Psorinum every other month roughly. For example, SUL in Jan, PSOR in Feb, again SUL in March, and so on. Just want to give each remedy enough time to exhaust its action before planting another dose.
I am taking PSOR as a complement to SUL. Shud I move the PSOR dosage nearer to SUL, say SUL on 1 MAY and PSOR on 15 MAY or something ?
If you need any further info, just let me know. I am a male, around 32 yrs old.
ranaknight on 2012-05-16
♡ brisbanehomoeopath last decade
I didn't start with 1M from the very start. Had started with 200C. I will say I have taken 3-4 dosages so far of SUL 200C, and maybe 3 doses of PSOR 200C. Right now, I am just at the first dose of SUL 1M.
If these dosages seem too frequent, what would be more suitable frequency ?
Also, I would like to know at what interval should PSOR be administered if taken to augment SUL ?
ranaknight last decade
comment on this. but for now, remedies
are not taken this way. You take one
remedy and take it thru potencies if it
is having an effect. If it is and the effect
ends then you take another dose same
potency to make sure, and then perhaps
go UP in potency or if it has been doing
nothing, then go to another remedy.
So if you did not get much effect from
sulph then what effect did you get
from the psorinum? You should be
taking one or the other and having it
supervised by the homeopath.
♡ simone717 last decade
You should be seeing benefits from the first dose of any remedy. Repeating mechanically without proper assessment of the effect of each dose is dangerous. There is no such thing as mechanical dosing in homoeopathy, everything is individualised on the basis of the specific patient and their reactions.
Every dose you take changes something. Taking the same remedy over and over without knowing what changes were made, might mean you will get side effects or other negative consequences. Your homoeopath needs to be more involved in this.
♡ brisbanehomoeopath last decade
hporwal last decade
If you want for skin itching then follow this.
When sulphur fail.
Psorinum 1m every 15 days 4 drops for 2 months. Total 16 drop 4×4
Natrim sulp 6x pills 4 times per day approx for 6 months or one month after itching of skin go
It is for last when everyhing fail.
6x 6c are used for long time because it remain in systm upto 2 days
30c for problem happen only for some time can be used daily upto one week.
200c once in week for most of case. Not with sulphur .youcan use it daily but not more than 15 days.
Usually 1m used for once in month 15 days once because its effect will more than 15 days some times for years.
msdfan 7 years ago
Note: This trouble all started in 1955 in Vancouver, BC. I was sick with gonorrhea. It was untreated. After that I was sick with itching and burning on my testicles and penis, hot urine. I think the doctor gave me mercury and it was a very hot feeling. In 1958, the itching, burning, and discharge after urinating was so bad that the doctor gave me a circumcision, but it didn’t help much. The only thing I know is that I was sick with Gonorrhea and it was went untreated in 1955.
I look forward to hearing from you soon. I urgently need help.
Airtee 7 years ago
Then either consult a competant Homeopath locally or post your health details freshly on this forum. Some doctor would help.
DrKulkarni 7 years ago
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