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understanding potency

Can any body suggest some good books for understanding potency to be used for homeopathic medicines? Thanks
  Reiki on 2006-09-14
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Only experiece has taught me , and I know of no good books to aid you.

Certainly in general
Low potency is ' broad band ' and useful in dealing with tissue problems and general effects. 2x to 30x

For me high potency starts at
1m and goes up to CMM and needs to be very accurately prescribed using to indications very closely.

30c to 150c comes in between and I try to avoid the 200,
walkin last decade
Dear Walkin

Has potency to do anything with whether the ailment is chronic or accute, for example, low potency + higher frequency = chronic disease, high potency +low frequency = accute disease.

Please advise


sazim last decade
i am very interested in this thread. i believe in homeopathy but am so confused about potency. walkin, i would appreciate if you can tell me the difference between 6c and 30c? does it mean one is stronger than the other? when to give which?
nineclouds last decade
I agree no one book I have seen is helpful. One thing I consider is the enegy level of the paitent. Those with more energy I feel more comfortable going a little higher. Those with low energy stick to the low potencies and work your way up in watery solutions. (by low I mean 6c, 30c.) I have not personally had problems with the 200c (I know some do) but I figure if im comfortable with a 200c-iD be comfortable going higher. If I know the patient is hypersensitive I go with a 6c in water otherwise 30c is anice place to start.
Sycotic last decade

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