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Self Prescription with biochemic salts

It is true that homeopathic potencies are 100% dangerous if prescribed wrongly. I would like to know whether Biochemic Cell Salts are equally dangerous and whether the biochemic cell salts are safe for self prescription if a doctor is not available in case of daily ailments. Any help regarding this matter would be greatly appreciated.
I would be very very thankful if you could help me out as soon as possible.
  yogeshnagpal on 2005-11-17
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biochemic salts are totally safe for self-prescribing!
(just stick to the dosing from label). Enjoy!

As to homeopathics- well, they might cause problems if prescribed wrongly BUT - as everything in hom.-it is very individualized!depends mostly on the dosage and pt sensitivity- even the right remedy may be overdosed!
Astra2012 last decade
For proper selection of bio chemic salts.Please read my posting of 30th oct 2005 under the heading Biochemic cell salt-can all twelve prove effective.
sajjadakram635 last decade
overdosing in homeopathy may cause some unwanted symptoms and can be dangerous. Is it the same with biochemistry. Can overdosing of biochemic salts be dangerous if done unknowingly.
yogeshnagpal last decade
to overdose biochemic salts you would have to take several containers!
I know of a 10-year old kid who takes all 12 salts-4 tablets 3xday) for a year now (his mother treats them as a supplement).they are water soluble anyway-you would leave excess in the bathroom.
Astra2012 last decade
thx a lot everyone who helped me out in my queries.
yogeshnagpal last decade

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