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Dr Luc de Schepper - Wet Dose Method

Mr Joe/All Doctors

A bit of clarification is required. There are couple of post showing how to make the wet dose method.

Here we go:

2 drops of medicines in a 500 ml boiled/spring water(Remove a bit of water). Banging the bottle couple of times when the bubbles pop up.(Called succusing)Take a teaspoon of the prepared medicine after every banging. Increases the potency when a banging is done. When the bottle finishes, what next.

Do we again put 2 drops of medicine in a 500 ml water and go on continuing the above process. Wouldn't this be again starting from scratch.(This part of the answer is omitted from all the posting)

Would appreciate the method for refill.

  DaVinci on 2006-04-21
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I would first like to correct the impression that it was Luc who 'invented' the Wet and Split Dose method.

It was Hahnemann who first recorded it in his Sixth Edition of his Organon but this method was not generally used till I noticed that Luc used it here in Sri Lanka where I live when he arrived to help the survivors of the Tsunami. Although I was skeptical at first about its efficacy, I discovered that it was in fact even more effective than the dry dose method which is favoured by the majority of Homeopaths.

The answer to your question is pretty obvious as all one does to have a refill after one finishes the 500ml bottle of the remedy is to repeat the process with 2 drops or 3 pellets of the medicine and start all over again. You may like to know that a 500ml bottle of water can be used for over 6 months at 1 teaspoonful per day.

It is important that the new bottle is banged (succussed) the estimated number of times that you would have succussed the old bottle in order to bring it up to the potency nearest to the last dose from the old bottle.

The theory behind this is that every time one succusses the remedy in the bottle, the potency of the remedy is increased ever so slightly with each bang. This is the reason why the wet dose is more effective than the dry.
Succussing it the approximate number of times will bring the remedy in the new bottle up to the old potency.

I am happy to record that almost all homeopaths in Sri Lanka now use this Wet Dose technique today as they too have discovered that it is more effective than the dry dose method and what is more it is also very cost effective. This is of importance here in SL where Homeopathic remedies are very expensive and in very short supply.
Joe De Livera last decade

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