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I have been getting red itchy spots since child on my chins and now as i am in my 30s the psoriasis is affecting my scalp as well. The on line Remedy Finder pointed to Graphites and it matches me very well, but I have no idea how and what potency to take.
  koiato on 2012-05-23
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Have you tried going to a local

I was just reading another forum with
a post by Judyth Reichtenberg Ullman
a famous homeopathy teacher, she
was talking with another homeopath
about using graphites for eczema cases
and was saying she never goes above
a 12x with graphites for that problem
bc otherwise there is much aggravation.
They were discussing mistakes they
made when they were new homeopaths.
simone717 9 years ago
so would tho be appropriate remedy to try?
koiato 9 years ago
Hi-I am studying homeopathy and not
qualified to prescribe. I try to help
people use a local homeopath first,
bc the face to face is best option.

Second if they must get treated on
this forum, I help with language issues
and where to get medicines, etc.

I would use your edit button on this post
and change headline to - is Graphites
right medicine?

something like that and see who comes
to your aid here.
simone717 9 years ago

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