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Clarification of remedy descriptions on this website

Hello, I am hoping to get some clarification regarding the specifics of how remedy descriptions are listed on the ABC Homeopathy website. Attached is a screenshot of my example.

The screenshot shows under "General", Melablastoma, which seems to be an entirely different plant from a different plant family. I'm trying to ascertain why Melablastoma is listed here and what it's relationship is, if any, to Melissa Officianalis? Also, what is the significance of the maroon and light blue vertical lines next to the listings. Do they indicate different provings? Thank you.

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  neilp on 2019-04-28
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Hi Neil,

This was a mistake and I can only apologise.

We had Melissa available in the shop and Melastoma listed in the materia medica, and by human error (mine) they ended up together.

Once again, I'm sorry for the confusion.

Regards,
Simon
 
moderator 4 months ago
Simon, So just for clarification, the symptoms listed are actually those for Melastoma - correct? Thank you.
 
neilp 4 months ago
Yes, that's correct. I've sorted it now, so if you press refresh / reload it'll be right.
 
moderator 4 months ago
Thank you.
 
neilp 4 months ago

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