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Growing taller at 19?

I'm 19 years old and 6ft, I want to be 6'2" or 6'3". have read that Homeopathy medicine can help by basically thickening the cartilage between the bones, I was wondering where about's the cartilage actually grows? I know the spine has about 24 disks that can be thickened. Are there also leg joints that can be thickened, as well as arms and even hands and feet? Are there any cartilage joints in these areas that can be thickened? Cheers.
 
  Bob321 on 2015-04-21
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Hi Bob,

You don't want to do this and here is why.

Homeopathic medicine is a 'MEDICINE' designed
to correct imbalance by giving a person a
second similar disease in a potency. If the
match is right, the body will recognize, this
is similar to what it already is dealing with,
it then raises the life force to put things
into balance.

Your height is genetic. There is no disease.
So the medicine has no work to do. But medicine
can have proving effects like bringing in
things you never had if you keep taking it.

So it could possibly thicken your cartilage-
but what else would it do? And what will
go on later in life, if the cartilage starts
getting brittle or other things not thought
of by taking a medicine when you have no disease.

Not worth doing this, your health is not
something to experiment with.
 
simone717 7 years ago
That is right, homoeopathy does not do this. Wherever you heard it, it was a lie. Trying to use our medicines this way will only make you sick, perhaps even do permanent damage.

Homoeopathy ONLY cures disease. It does not do anything else.
 
Evocationer 7 years ago

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