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Prescription from Indian homeopath - my UK homeopathic pharmacy is confused?


Could I please ask for your advice? My homeopath in India (who I cannot contact at the moment) has prescribed the following remedy for me:

- 'Conium Macu 1CM 4 drop on the tongue once in a month (only one time in 30 days)'

When I received the order from a homeopathic pharmacy in the UK, the label says that the potency is '1M'. I am confused regarding the different measuring systems in use worldwide to describe potency. The UK homeopathic pharmacy stated '1CM is not a potency we are familiar with. We would either interpret it as 1M or CM'.

If this helps you, here is the entire prescription from my homeopath in India:


1 Conium Macu 1CM 4 drop on the tongue once in a month (only one time in 30 days)
2 Calcarea flour 200x 6 pills 4 times in day (sublingual dose without water)
3 Carcinocin 0/2 10 drop with half cup of water once in a day
if carcinocin 0/2 is not available then take carcinocin 200 4 drop once in week tongue dose

5 Absinthum 200 5 pills once in a day tongue dose (empty stomach )
6 Indigio 6x trituration (powder form) 10 grain once in a day tongue dose (sublingual dose without water)
7 Artemesia Q 10drops twice in day (only in case you have episode of seizure or fainting otherwise no need to take )


I would appreciate your prompt advice on this matter, as I am trying to treat a serious problem.

Many thanks in advance.

  LondonKiwi73 on 2014-03-20
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
The India homeopath was most probably
meaning CM and one dose and he put 1
instead of one.

If he wanted you to use 1M he would not
have typed the C in there. I would order
the CM.
simone717 9 years ago
Thank you Simone!
LondonKiwi73 9 years ago

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