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Here is the method to prepare your remedy:
1. Take about 250 ml of mineral/spring water (you can take a 500 ml bottle and make it almost half). It is not preferable to use tap water (due to chlorine etc, as it may interfere with the remedy action!).
2. Put one pill of the remedy in the mineral/spring water.
3. Mix it well.
4. Take half teaspoon of this bottle or whatever quantity of dose I prescribe for your case, take that.
5. Keep the bottle safe for further doses.
Why do you need a follow-up?
At follow-up, I will review all the changes which have occurred since the initial homeopathic remedy was taken. A follow-up visit lasts on the average between 20 or 30 minutes. If the patient reacted favorably to the remedy, I will choose the ideal moment for the administration of the second dose to rekindle the healing reaction. A well-prescribed homeopathic remedy is like a spark that triggers the furnace to go on. When the furnace goes off, it is time to respark it. As long as the patient improves, there is no need to re-dose. Similarly, there is no need to restart the furnace that in on.
Why such a small dose?
In conventional medicine, drugs are generally given for their effects on the organism, while in homeopathy, the unique remedy is given to provoke a healing reaction of the organism. Since only the living organism can heal itself (with the permission of Allaah), the homeopathic remedy is merely an influence used to provoke a reaction to bring about recovery.
Further info: a pdf file on what to expect during your homeopathic treatment? This pdf provides general information on the aggravation due to dose, recovery of health, relapse, acute condition, remedy given in water, Palliation, dentistry and elective surgery and the antidotes.
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