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kent met & rubra met??

Sir pls help me to know whether there are any remedies in the names of KENT MET and RUBRA MET. I couldn't found those remedies in the internet. pls provide useful link to know the charecteristics of those remedies.
 
  Mr.Kishan on 2013-03-12
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Hi,
I haven't heared any such remedies,
 
bapu4 9 years ago
Something was lost in translation.

Kent is a famous homeopathic Dr. from long ago.

Rubra might mean Rubric- which is statements
about symptoms in homeopathic materia medica.

Kent has a lot of published homeopathic works.

MET probably has something to do with the word
metallicum which has to do with mineral remedies
but is not a remedy.
 
simone717 9 years ago
I approached one corporate hospital for constitutional problems for all ailments which cannot be diagnosed or identified by allopathy docs except saying I am depressed. I found myself with silicea and these homeo docts also said the same thing. So I continued treatment for Four months with no improvement in any one particular problem atleast. At last when I questioned about the treatment they said to gave silicea 200 one dose followed by Arjenticum Nit. 200 one dose and all the time they gave is KENTMET AND RUBRA MET daily two doses. I suspected whether there exists any such medicines and stopped treatment and posted the above thread.
Thanks for timely response
 
Mr.Kishan 9 years ago
They probably wanted you to wait ( a long time!) tho.
So Kentmet and rubramet were placebo.

If you had no results and want to put your case on
here- fill out the form.

http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/188925
 
simone717 9 years ago

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