Knee arthrosis and tennis elbowI am 50 y.o. female. I had left femur fracture in 1989. Now I have pain in the same knee when going up and down the stairs. Cartilage of the tibia is disintegrating. Swelling around left outer side of the knee. My right knee is getting double pressure since it's natural body's response to unload the pressure form the hurting joint. Both and many other joints are making clicking sounds. I also have tennis elbow on my left arm. I took Rhus Tox 200 one pellet on 6/14 and 6/18. Elbow and knee are little better, but pain is still there. One of the homeopaths prescribed Ruta Q drops. I have searched online and found SBL Ruta Graveolens Mother Tincture Q. Is that what he means by Ruta Q? If so, I only see it available from India with free shipping which will take very long time to arrive. I have Ruta 30C available. Will diluting a pellet in water substitute for Ruta Q? I'd appreciate a reply. Thank you.
orange8 on 2018-07-06
♥ maheeru last year
If one just has got a few tablets/pills or only a little liquid, then one needs to transfer upto 10 pills/tablets or 10 drops of the medicine to 125ml water bottle and the bottle should be shaken so that the solution mixes well. From this bottle using a dropper 10 drops can be taken as one dose. After finishing this either this solution can be re-prepared with the remaining medicine or if there is enough liquid/pill medicine newly bought one could use it directly instead of making water solution.
♥ maheeru last year
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