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Globules or Dilution?


Could anyone please clarify if homeopathic globules and dilutions work just as good and exactly the same?

I remember having read that dilutions in general are preferences in regard to efficacy, is this correct?

Thank you :)

  rk17- on 2015-02-02
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A remedy taken as a dry dose (pellets, pillules, globules) is a less efficient way to take a dose than when they are dissolved in water. Each dose after the first needs to be altered slightly through succussion (hitting the container against an elastic surface like the hand) to make sure it continues to have a beneficial effect. This alteration will only take place if the remedy is in liquid form.

Dry doses also tend to be more aggravating than wet doses, although the degree of aggravation also depends on a lot of other factors.

If the first dose is taken dry, it will still have its full effect. It is subsequent doses that become less effective if they are also done as dry doses.
Evocationer 5 years ago
I'm very thankful for your helpful response.

Thank you very much :)
rk17- 5 years ago

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