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Difference between Sabal Serrata (original) and Serral Serrata High Alcohol

Ho, does anyone know the difference between the original tinctures and the “high alcohol” tinctures? I am interested in the Sabal Serrata for breast growth/firming and which tincture (with or seemingly without the alcohol) would be better for my purposes. Thank you.
  Soojoardai on 2019-08-03
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Usually mother tinctures will come with alcohol. This medicine though is associated with breast enlargement and prostate enlargement, is only based on some empirical evidence and specificity of the medicine. This is not based on classical principles. Such mother tinctures are to be taken for a few weeks to see some results. But it's possible that one might develop side effects with such intake, in that case one needs to discontinue the medicine.
maheeru 3 years ago
Okay, thank you very much for the warning. I was not aware that there could be side effects with the homeopathic preparations. I’ve found a lot of information via the internet that says that Sabal Serratta and Chimaphila can both be useful for this purpose but I also know that the internet can be full of misleading or even false information and more than wanting firmer breasts, I want to be healthy so thank you again for sharing your knowledge.
Soojoardai 3 years ago
It's a norm that homeopathic medicines do not have side-effects, but for a minority of people with increased sensitivity or susceptibility to medicines, medicines may have a negative impact.

Breast enlargement, male genital enlargement --often result from insecurity/discontentment/ignorance. However if there are genuine issues ---like some diseases that can cause atrophy with breasts or some growth deficiency-- then they need to be treated appropriately with indicated medicines.
maheeru 3 years ago

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