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Re: Clarification of remedy descriptions on this website

To help to clarify my previous post, my question was specifically regarding the information regarding the remedy, Melissa Officianalis as shown on this page: https://abchomeopathy.com/r.php/Mel
 
  neilp on 2019-04-28
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Hi-
I sent your query to the owner/moderator for an answer.
 
simone717 last year
Thank you.
 
neilp last year
Also, if the moderator can also look into this: On the webpage previously mentioned: https://abchomeopathy.com/r.php/Mel


it states: Characteristics
Murex (Mure) figures and describes this plant. He made a proving of the leaves. On the second day of the proving the prover lost an inveterate diarrhoea with colic. The most notable symptoms were a pain in the perinaeum and testicles; and shuddering followed by heat without sweat.

That seems to be an error. I believe it is probably referring to a proving done by someone named "Mure", but it incorrectly(?) links to a remedy "Murex"?
 
neilp last year
I just came across what seems to be some other errors on the website. On the page for Eup-Purp, it lists some urinary/bladder symptoms under the "Head" category. That seems to be lisplaced.
 
neilp 9 months ago
Thanks Neil.

Fixed.

Regards,
Simon
 
moderator 9 months ago

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