antidoting aggravationCould anyone tell me what is the difference between antidoting the aggravation when it occurs, for ex., on taking 1M of a remedy by 6c or 200c of the same remedy? Which would be better?
a_gnan on 2006-08-16
sajjadakram635 last decade
He also said that Natrum Mur will take almost any case back to square one.
walkin last decade
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