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How many drops for a small bottle of globules?

I’m trying to do my own homeopathy mixtures.
I’ve bought 5 reference books! They’re otw shipped to me from the US.
And I’ve ordered 15 top remedies (based on my readings) that I think would be beneficial for my kids. They are also otw shipped to me.

I’m planning to use globules bcs my kids are used to it and it’s easier because they love it so much.

So now, for the bottles, what size should I choose?
There’s 1oz, 1/2oz and 1/4 oz.

The remedies I ordered come in 30ml dilution (liquid).

For the selected bottle size, I know that I should fill it up with the globules.

But how many drops should I put in each bottle?
 
  namn on 2018-03-05
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Please can someone guide me on this.. before my book arrives, and I can study throughly on it myself :)
 
namn 9 months ago

80% medicating solution should be used to prepare globules.

A small disposable sprayer can be made use of. On an average 3 to 5 drops would suffice.
 
maheeru 9 months ago

I see.. 80%.
I’m planning of buying1/2 oz bottles and 500g globules.

So I will put 3 drops of remedy with 30c potency in each 1/2 oz of globules.
Shake them well and give them to my child half an hour later.

Is that correct maheeru?

Appreciate your guidance! :)
 
namn 9 months ago

80% is called medicating potency and 20% is oral liquid potency.

The advantage with 80% is it'll not dissolve the globules or make them stick together but will be expensive than 20%. If you use 20% instead then you need to use a clean blotting paper to dry the globules by upending the bottle carefully onto the paper after leaving a gap of 15 minutes(till all the globules are soaked with the medicine) after pouring out the medicine into the bottle. Then after the excess moisture is drained carefully put the globules back into the bottle and recork it. If you are not able to do this then be prepared to have soggy or melted or stuck together mess of globules sometime in the future and you will have to do the process again :)

After pouring the medicine into the bottle, leave 5 minutes then roll the bottle on all sides so that the medicine moistens the globules evenly. Except these minor variation what you have mentioned is right.
[Edited by maheeru on 2018-03-06 20:02:57]
 
maheeru 9 months ago

That is such a clear and detailed explanation, maheeru.
Thank you!

My remedies have just arrived. They are liquid dilutions. 30c. And I have 1/2 oz bottles with size 40 globules.

Can you please help me with my child’s cough?

She was diagnosed with pneumonia and i gave her antibiotics for 5 days.
It has gotten better alot but there’s still some heavy mucus in her chest that I want to clear up.
Her coughs are often sudden. And though the mucus sounds very strong, it doesn’t seem to want to get out.
No vomitting or gagging. Just some yellowy thick mucus would come out from the nose after she coughs.
I am thinking Antimonium tart suits her best.
What do you think?
 
namn 9 months ago

Give me some more details to work with.

Like in the following questions fill in relevant details.

1) What are the complaints and any known cause for such complaints.
2) List out locations and sensations associated with complaints if any
3) Write down worsening and bettering factors and any associated symptoms about these complaints.
4) Details about emotional state, personality, temperament, fears/anxieties.
5) Details like cravings/aversions, climate/temperature preference, thirst/hunger/sleep/sex/discharge issues and about physical appearance.
6) Any other miscellaneous details including past history of diseases, medicines taken and diseases running into family.
 
maheeru 9 months ago

1) What are the complaints and any known cause for such complaints.

-She was coughing a little bit which Was not that serious. But a few days later, she had high fever for 4 days which was when the cough got worse.
Fever stopped after 4 days n cough got really bad. Fast breathing. Lost 2kgs.
Doctor diagnosed pneumonia.
Was on antibiotics for 5 days. Now cough almost gone but chest still sounds phlegmy.

-She easily gets a cold or cough when she’s exposed to cold wind or temperature (aircond), and when someone close has it, she is easily infected.
In this case, her father had the cough and fever a few days before she was infected.

2) List out locations and sensations associated with complaints if any
-Phlegm at chest. Yellowy thick mucus sometimes comes out at nose when she coughs.

3) Write down worsening and bettering factors and any associated symptoms about these complaints.
-cold wind and temperatures always cause her to have a cold and then develops into a cough.
-i think she is also sensitive to wheat (gluten) which I have minimized in her diet.
-due to her constant cough, sugary food has also been very restricted.

4) Details about emotional state, personality, temperament, fears/anxieties.
-when she’s sick, very lethargic and clingy. No appetite.
-now when she’s well, very cheerful, loves playing and sharing with her big sister, does not easily get angry, has always been a calm baby. Good appetite.

5) Details like cravings/aversions, climate/temperature preference, thirst/hunger/sleep/sex/discharge issues and about physical appearance.
-prefers cold but cant stand it.
-always thirsty at night. Only drinks plain water.
-good appetite not a picky eater.
-has always been a tough sleeper. Always gets up in the middle of the night and ask for water or simply to be comforted.
-quite small for her age but bmi normal. Very fair skin.

6) Any other miscellaneous details including past history of diseases, medicines taken and diseases running into family.
-was born thru c-sect, exclusively breastfed for 2 years and 1 month.
-she is easily bloated when eating gassy food such as garlic or spices.
-she is easily constipated when not drinking enough water or not eating enough fruits and veggies.
-almost always with the cough; just severity changes. But this was her first time getting pneumonia and was on antibiotics.
-has never taken allopathy before. Has always depended on homeopath since birth but not sure what are the remedies bcs she doesn’t tell the names.
-her father’s family has the breathing difficulties problems but doesnnot have asthma.


Hope this is sufficient. Really appreciate your help maheeru :)
 
namn 9 months ago

Give her phos. 30c one pill/drop as a dose twice per day for three to four days. Also if possible get 200c of this medicine.

If there is aggravation stop medicine and report.
 
maheeru 9 months ago

I only have phos 30c. Will purchase a bigger potency next time.
I will do as you say and report soon.
Thank you!
[Edited by namn on 2018-03-13 05:11:53]
 
namn 9 months ago

Dear Mr Maheeru,

Would you mind clarifying again about the 20% oral liquid potency?

I have put 3 drops of 30c liquid dilution in a 1/2 oz bottle of globules.
I roll the bottle so that the liquid touches all globules.
After 15mins, I slowly pour out the excessive moisture out from the bottle.
After 30mins, I give my child 3 globules as one dosage.

Is this correct?
Sorry to bother you again About this..
Been searching everywhere for clarification but none has really made me satisfied.
Will do more readings when my books arrive.
But until then would very much appreciate your guidance :)
 
namn 9 months ago

Right you pour or spray 3 drops onto globules. Then the bottle rolled on all angles and sides to even out the moisture.

This is not mandatory if you find this difficult(you can prepare pills again if they are spoiled): You take out the excess moisture by using a fresh/clean blotting paper(once the process is over, this paper needs to be disposed off---not to be used for another medicine). On this paper keep the vial close to it and make the bottle upside down so that globules move onto the blotting paper. It's IMPORTANT that the globules are not touched with bare hands. You do not need to do anything special to take out the moisture. If you let the globules stay on the blotting paper for half a minute to one minute, the paper will do the job.

Then carefully tip all the globules into the vial without again touching them.

After this process you can let the vial settle for 15 minutes. So in total 30 to 32 minutes would have elapsed from the first set up. From here on, you are free to give out the dose :)

There may be slight variations in this procedure if you come across one such on your books, do not throw out the medicine :)
[Edited by maheeru on 2018-03-13 16:36:29]
 
maheeru 9 months ago

Thank you so much for your detailed and clear explanation, mr maheeru!
Was worried that if I didn’t prepare it right, it would be less effective.
Again, thank you!
Will report back to you in a few days with my child’s condition.
 
namn 9 months ago

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