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Remedy Taking Guidelines

GUIDELINES

In order to get the best results from homeopathic treatment, one should adhere to the following general principles:


REMEDY IN LIQUID FORM REMEDY IN TABLET FORM
HANDLING
  • Liquid remedy dose can be dropped directly on a clean tongue.
  • If needed, mix remedy with 1 tablespoon of clean water.
  • Keep in the mouth for few seconds before swallowing.
  • Nothing should be taken for at least 10 minutes before and after taking any remedy. This means no tea, coffee, food or brushing teeth.
  • Avoid coffee and alcohol while taking homeopathic remedies.


DOSAGE (Guidelines)

  • 8 - 10 drops can be taken for 3-4 times a day - depending upon the severity of condition.
  • If symptoms persists, then consult your GP or your homeopathic practitioner.
  • Liquid remedy dose (low alcohol content) can be dropped directly on a clean tongue or mixed with a spoon of clean water.
HANDLING
  • Tablets should not be handled / touched.
  • Tablets should be dropped on a clean tongue using a clean dry teaspoon or the lid from the bottle.
  • Tablets should be sucked or allowed to dissolved under the tongue.
  • Nothing should be taken for at least 10 minutes before and after taking any remedy. This means no tea, coffee, food or brushing teeth.
  • Avoid coffee and alcohol while taking homeopathic remedies.


DOSAGE (Guidelines)

  • 3 - 5 tablets can be taken up to 3-4 times a day - depending upon the severity of condition.
  • If symptoms persists, then consult your GP or your homeopathic practitioner.

STORAGE

As a general rule, homeopathic remedies should be stored away from bright light, great heat and strong odours. 

IMPORTANT

Any information presented on this site should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition and is not a substitute for any advice which may be provided by your pharmacist or doctor. If you have any serious liver, kidney or bladder conditions or if your condition suddenly changes at any point (regardless of whether you are taking any remedy or alternative medication), you must go to your GP or the hospital without further delay.