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Turning Pills into Liquid Remedy

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So how exactly do you do it? Here are the instructions:


 

Using a Cup or glass to Turn Your Pilules into a Liquid Remedy 

 

 

 

1. Choose the remedy that most closely matches your symptoms.


 

2. Drop one pill of the remedy into approximately ¼ cup of water and gently stir until dissolved.


 

3. Before each dose, briskly agitate the liquid with a spoon for 5 seconds. This mimics succussion and potentises the remedy slightly so that it works more deeply and is less likely to aggravate (i.e. temporarily worsen the symptoms).

 

 

4. Dose according to the intensity of your symptoms, either as advised by your remedy supplier or  homoeopath. A dose is generally one small sip, or a teaspoon (5ml) amount from the cup. Babies or small animals can  be given a smaller amount but this is not essential – they will do just as well with a teaspoon dose if it is not too much liquid for them.


 

5. Keep the remedy away from light by covering it with a saucer between doses. Your remedy will be fine to use in this manner for one or two days plenty of time to treat an acute complaint.


 

1. Fill a 20-30ml dropper bottle two thirds full of water. (The remaining air space provides room for the remedy to be agitated during succussion.)


 

2. Label the bottle with the remedy name, potency, and date of preparation.


 

3. Drop one pill into the bottle and gently "swish" to dissolve. It is now ready to use.

4. Succuss the bottle five times before each dose.


 

5. Dose according to the intensity of your symptoms, either as advised by your remedy supplier or homoeopath. One dose is 5 - 7 drops, or about a ¼  of a pipette/dropper. Again, the amount is not critical, and babies or small animals can be given less.