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nat mur 1 lm dose

Pls any one suggest, how to take dose of Nat mur 1LM.
 
  HoneyKhanna on 2014-07-15
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put a dose in 2 table spoon and take below the tongue.. slowly

dr.deoshlok sharma
 
deoshlok 6 years ago
Thank you.
The chemist who prepared this remedy says 1LM expires after 15 days as it is made in distilled water.
Is that true about expiry of 1LM?
 
HoneyKhanna 6 years ago
Actually the LM potencies have specific instructions for taking them, as per the Organon of Medicine. Your homoeopath should be giving you those instructions though. If you are self-prescribing, you are going to get yourself into serious trouble with LMs though.

Assuming you have a liquid dose, you should do the following.

1. Hit the bottle firmly against the palm of the hand - I usually start a patient at 3 hits.

2. Place a certain number of drops in a certain amount of water - this is adjusted based on patient sensitivity, but again I usually start patients with 3 drops in 100mls of water.

3. Stir thoroughly.

4. Take a certain amount into the mouth - again this is an adjustable amount but I begin with 2 teaspoons.

5. Hold for a short period and swallow.

This is one dose.

Hahnemann suggests continuing with one dose each day until aggravation occurs. Then you stop, wait for the aggravation to finish, then start the same process but with the next potency up (so LM 2 or 0/2).

The problem with LMs, and especially with people using them without proper guidance, is that they can produce serious side effects and suppression, because people take them for so long without knowing when to change the remedy, or even if the remedy is actually curing them.

Make sure you have someone assessing your case regularly, usually before you move up to the next potency.
 
Evocationer 6 years ago

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