Help Please: Lung detox formulaHello, one of the members or doctors of this forum posted a message saying that the below formula was a very efffective one for a lung strenght and detox.
1. Senega 6c or 30c - once a day, in the morning for 1 week. Then less frequently (two doses in a week, say Tue and Thu for 1 month)
2. BACCILINUM 200c - 1 dose in 10 days (not every day). This makes 3 doses in a month. No other mediine on that day. DO NOT TAKE MORE THAN 3 doses total. This is very effective and safe, as long you dont repeat too often and not too many doses.
Do not exceed 3 doses.
Any more doctors who recommend and approve this formula?
Alister777 on 2014-05-20
There is no such thing as a 'detox' in homoeopathy. There is only cure of disease, where the symptoms are used to prescribe a specific medicine. 'Detoxing' is not a reason to be taking these medicines, and it is more likely they would cause side effects and even new diseases to arise.
There is no way to get around the necessity for a proper and detailed case to be taken, if you want your problem to be cured. Those who seek shortcuts by suggesting one or two remedies for a everyone with a particular complaint are not practicing homoeopathy at all.
♡ Evocationer 6 years ago
Alister777 6 years ago
There is no such thing as a 'lung detox formula' in homoeopathy. This is a term that is used in other kinds of medical therapies but not ours. A medicine should be prescribed only one at a time, and only on the specific and individual symptoms the patient presents. For either of these remedies to be useful to you would need to display the peculiar characteristics of the remedy.
If a medicine is given for any other reason, especially just on the name of the problem, you run a risk of experiencing side effects, some of which can be very long lasting.
♡ Evocationer 6 years ago
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