What is Q potency - for doctors kadwa / mohla / darshiniconflicting answers by some here and on some websites.
some say its quintescimal Q, which can be LM1, LM2 ... LM5
other commentators here have answered that it is mother tincture?!
so when (you) doctors here mention Q what do you mean?? LM1? LM2 etc.. or mother tincture.
or is the Q meant a 0 with a line it to mean mother tincture.
problem is, if its Q meaning LM or similar, then very few places do this, what suggestions or alternatives do you recommend . see below from an extract
eg.. as mentioned here from a post:
'...(contributed by Dr. Priya Darshini and Dr. J K Mohla)
Mix the following medicine, 4 drops each, in 15 ml of water and take twice daily.
1. DAMIANA Q (also called as TURNERA Q)
2. AVENA SATIVA Q
3. TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS Q
4. YOHIMBINUM Q
Also take ONOSMODIUM VIRGINIANUM 1 M, 2 pills, in the morning, once a week (not daily) - say every sunday. Take this for one month only. (Applogies to Dr. J K Mohla for making some changes to his original recommendation) .'
[message edited by Oohia on Wed, 01 Mar 2017 03:30:06 UTC]
Oohia on 2017-03-01
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