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How much is one dose of Tuberculinum 200C

i am getting treated by a doctor in Canada and have been advised one dose of tuberculinum 200c once every week for 4 weeks.

The issue is that over here in India they have tuberculinum 200c in small bottles as liquid.

SO my dilemma is as to how many drops of that tuberculinum solution would constitute as one dose?

thanks and regards.
  hopeful123 on 2012-08-30
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Ask your Doctor in Canada how he wants you to
use the liquid. Everyone does it different.

2 drops of liquid in a 1.4 cup of water as a dose.-
1 drop or 2 drops in a cup of water as a dose.
2 drops in a 500ml bottle of water with 1.4 of water
taken out- take a tsp after hitting the bottle hard
10x each time and save the botte in refrigerator and
keep using same bottle.

You have to ask- I have never seen anyone do it
quite the same way.
[message edited by simone717 on Thu, 30 Aug 2012 21:11:46 BST]
simone717 last decade
He had actually advised the so called 'pills'/tablets. He was saying that these are standard in canada and you just buy one dose of tuberculinum 200c and then pop it in the mouth.

SO how much of that dose would be contained in the liquid? I have no knowledge about homeopathy but logically since the whole bottle is 200c thus i guess i need help figuring out how many drops would amount to one dose?

hopeful123 last decade
Hi- All homeopaths know you can get pellets in different
sizes, and you can get a tiny tube with tiny pellets that is
a ' unit dose' ( one dose) Many homeopaths from India,
Europe etc prefer a LIQUID DOSE as more powerful.

The problem in USA - Canada is liquid costs DOUBLE the pellets
and has to be ordered online.

He has to know what a liquid dose is he likes or he does not
have basic basic information.

If I were you then, I would just consider a dose 2 drops in
1.4 cup of water. Sip slowly. That is a legitimate dose.
[message edited by simone717 on Thu, 30 Aug 2012 21:14:40 BST]
simone717 last decade

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