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Bone loss after tooth extractions


I had all my teeth extracted in July and am now experiencing bone loss, as was expected. I'm interested in finding something that will help arrest this loss, or at the least, slow it down. Any guidance is most appreciated!
  flower_lust on 2014-12-16
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in 200ml of hot water add 4 tabs each of calc flour 6x,calc phos 6x,silicea 12x,kali mur 6x and ferrum phos 12x mix it (u may keep the mixture in a bottle after it cool down )take about 50ml of mixture 4 times a day(in minimum interval of 2 hour).
let me know the improvement after one month of taking medicine.
take care.
gaintrox 8 years ago
Thank you so much for your reply. I do have a question - MUST I use hot water to dissolve the tablets? I have no problem doing this, I just wondered why "hot" was specified. And yes, I will most assuredly get back in touch after 1 month to let you know the results of the treatment. Again, many thanks.
flower_lust 8 years ago
in hot water the tablets dissolve completely and make better solution than in normal water.According to homeopathy theory heat can destroy the potency of medicine but in case of cell-salts(biochemic medicine) of x potency it has been observed that they work better after dissolving it in hot water.
gaintrox 8 years ago
Okay. Thank you for the explanation! You've been SO helpful and I'm very eager to get my treatment underway. I'll report back in 30 days.
flower_lust 8 years ago

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