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need more info on wiesbaden200 and recommended dosage for hairloss
  moddy on 2006-09-12
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PANKAJ VARMA last decade
did chk that out but some conflicting opinions on the dosage
moddy last decade
i have chkd the posts too..some say 1tsp of wet dose on alternate days- more could aggravate the condition, while someone else recommends two drops 2 to 3 times a day---thats too much of difference of opinion in terms of dosage.
moddy last decade
could someone please throw some light on this.
moddy last decade
I have used Arnica 30c in the wet dose and Arnica Q in a 20% emulsion with Coconut or Olive oil massaged into the hair roots almost exclusively to help hair loss victims.

I have used Weisbaden in the past but results were not as dramatic as with the Arnica therapy.

Suggest you read the posts that I have made in the past for Hair Loss and act accordingly.

In any case it must be clearly understood that Hair Loss therapy is not a quick fix method to replace lost hair. It will first be arrested and then the new growth will be noticed in about 3 months as a light fuzz on the scalp.
Joe De Livera last decade

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