hair loss and ArnicaTo all doctors in the forum!
I got Arnica for my brother-in-law for his hair loss after looking in the forum.
I told my husband to bring Arnica and didnot mention any potency etc.,.So he has brought Arnica Q.
Now I am confused how to use it.
Whether to apply on head with castor oil with 5:1 ratio or to make a liquid using a drop of it with 400ml of water and take it a spoonful.
I just want to know what is the right usage of Arnica Q
And I would appreciate further advise for his hairloss.
He is 24years and has absolutely no problem except hairloss. His scapl is visible and his hair line has receded back.
He is a bit fat.
othervise very healthy and fit.
I would happy to get a reply for this.
Shaik Maqbool on 2006-07-14
as per Joe di livera and so many others who have tried successfully........
You can mix a 3:1 or 4:1 solution Coconut or Olive Oil : Arnica Q. Arnica Q is NOT to be used internally and it is only used to mix into the oil and is only applied to the hair.
Arnica 30c in wet dose is to be taken orally in teaspoonfuls twice in a day
You make the wet dose which is taken in teaspoonfuls per dose as follows:
3 pellets in 400ml water or
2 drops in 400ml water if you have the Ethanol.
I hope this helps clarify
vyushti last decade
I have been reading these posts but have no idea where to purchase this material?
Can any one help please?
jaspreet_inc last decade
vyushti last decade
I have mixed Arnica Q in concut oil and my brother-in-law and my husband are using it.
Thanks very much for clarifing my doubt.
Do u know anything about the dosage of Sepia.
I am priscribed in this forum to take one dosage of sepia for every three days.
What exactly is one dosage.
Have been taking 3 to 4 pellets.
I will be grate ful if u could answer this too.
Shaik Maqbool last decade
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