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Make Remedy with blank tablets

Child much prefers this form to sugar globules. Do I just spray the blank tablets with a homeopathic preparation? Do I use alcohol in the homeopathic preparation in this situation? Thanks
  baddiver on 2016-10-09
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Could you please be more clear about your question? What you want to know?
DrKulkarni 7 years ago
Sorry, I want to make homeopathic remedy using blank lactose tablets. My child does not like the hard sugar globules so preference is for tablets like cell salts. How would I make these? I am assuming I have the liquid preparation and just spray the blank tablets but I want to do it right.
baddiver 7 years ago

[message edited by gavinimurthy on Sun, 09 Oct 2016 17:09:59 UTC]
gavinimurthy 7 years ago
It is almost the same way. Take 1 drachm of tablets in 2drachm size vial and put 4-5 drops of the medicine in it. Shake it and roll it between palms immediately so that all tablets are soaked.

Just want to caution you. I do not know what medicine and what potency you are using for your son but it is not good to give repeated doses or daily doses. If it is correct remedy for him just one or two doses should be more than enough.

So, instead of preparing tablets you may directly give on or two doses by mixing one drop of medicine in one tablespoon of water as one dose.
DrKulkarni 7 years ago
Thanks for the replies.
baddiver 7 years ago

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