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Nat Phos 6x in pellet or tablet form?

To anyone who is considering using Nat Phos 6x for weight control or digestive problems,

You might be interested in knowing that this product comes in TWO forms either in tablets or in pellets and Joe recommends the tablet form because in his knowledge and experience it does indeed make a difference.
  Pat2006 on 2006-04-27
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To another homeopath there is no difference between the pellet form and the tablet form but to Joe there is.
Pat2006 last decade
Okay, somebody needs to define 'pellet' for me. I think these are actually the same as tablets.

The other form is 'globules', or the little, hard round balls.

At least, I think those are the various forms.

We DO need to get this terminology straightened out, because I have gotten a bit confused by it all.

Truthfinder last decade
Hello Tracy

I just got my order today finally. And it was the wrong one again. The first time I ordered 6c and the second time Nat Phos 6x which I got in regular pellet form so I called the company to have them send me tablets, and I should get this order before the end of next week.

Apparently, both are made to me taken under the tongue.

I was told that the tablets are made by a different company.

From previous posts here, it appears that Nat Phos 6x tablets are very sensitive to pharmaceuticals. This does not mean that all remedies respond in the same way.

I hope this time I get the correct product
Pat2006 last decade
Hi Pat,

You have received the Nat Phos 6x in the Homeopathic type.

For GERD you need the Nat Phos 6x Biochemic type also known as Scheusller Salts.

As I stated before the former is made in the usual homeopathic manner by succussing the ethanol while the latter is made by trituration where the salt was ground in a pestle and mortar in the old days and is done in grinding machinery today.

The homeopathic version is in either ethanol or in pellets while the latter is always in tablets or in powder form.

The effect of either is very specific and it is the Biochemic salt that you must have to help you.

Someone has inquired what Pellets are and the definition is correct.

Nat Phos 6x will help with GERD symptoms irrespective of other drugs or remedies that may be used but for weight reduction it has to be taken without these other drugs as otherwise it just does not work.

It is interesting to record that a lactating mother could not drop her weight with Nat Phos but when she stopped lactating her weight dropped by 1.5 lbs per week.
Joe De Livera last decade
I called the company this morning and told them to send me tablets.

I think he said a company named Hylander makes the tablets.

Will this be the correct thing?
Pat2006 last decade
I think I will start taking the pellets anyway until I get the tablets. I have nothing to lose. May be I can still get some benefit from them.
Pat2006 last decade
Good idea.

We can watch for your response. If your stomach is not feeling full or bloated after a meal, we would have proved that both the homeopathic and Biochemic remedies are one and the same.

But I doubt it as a lot of research has been done by Dr Schuessler into the biochemic remedies about 150 years ago.

You can read some information that I posted on Christmas Day 2004 in Nat Phos the Ultimate remedy for Obesity which you can access on this forum.
Joe De Livera last decade
Okay, so pellets are the same as globules or balls...

I just noticed that my bottle of Nat Phos 6x (and the 30x also) says 'tablets'.

Pat, Hyland's is the brand I got. And it says 'homeopathic' right on the bottle, so I guess we can't rely on these tablet-forms to indicate that they are a cell salt or Schusser salt or biochemic or anything.

Truthfinder last decade

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