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Potency selection

Sir
My father is having low pulse rate (51).Based on symptoms i gave him digitalis 30.He is taking 30 potency twice in a day.till now he has taken the medicine for 1 week.initially the improvement was very nice . pulse improved from 51 to 57 and then 63. then again it came to 51. now
1 should i continue with 30 potency for more days
2. should i change the medicine.
3 or should i increase the potency to 200.
please advice.
 
  gopal18 on 2013-03-26
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please give him Avena Stiva-Q 15 drops per dose thrice a day and two doses of Digi-30 morn and even and see the response and report.


dr.mahfooz
 
Mahfoozurrehman 6 years ago
Dear sir
I have started the medicine recommended by you. i will report after 15 days.well i want to ask a general question if you do not mind.
I read that Avina Sat acts in mother tinture form which you have recommended.Can it be given in potentised form?
 
gopal18 6 years ago
what is your father's age?

Avena sativa is normally prescribed as mother incture.

Murthy
 
gavinimurthy 6 years ago
Sir
My father's age is 65.however i want to know whether avena sat can be used in potentised form in children, youth and aged.
thanks
 
gopal18 6 years ago
Try it in mother tincture.

Murthy
 
gavinimurthy 6 years ago

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