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antidoting aggravation

Could 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?

many thanks,
  a_gnan on 2006-08-16
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Low potncies or tinctures usually antodote aggravation.unfortunately there is no set rule.

sajjadakram635 last decade
Prof Kent said that normally the higer potency antidotes the lower.

He also said that Natrum Mur will take almost any case back to square one.
walkin last decade

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