Learn tips on how to protect your homeopathic remedies while flying and how to use homeopathy to help cope with some of flying’s common side effects.
Conventional drugs have expiration dates and storage rules (e.g. keep refrigerated, keep out of direct sunlight, keep at moderate temperatures, etc). So it should be no surprise that homeopathic remedies have storage and handling considerations, as well. The tips listed below are good rules of thumb to use all the time to help protect your investment in homeopathy.
Recently, Manfred and I took our four children to a nearby pond to feed the fish with the few pieces of stale bread. Of course, a few pieces is never enough for little ones…I suggested they throw rocks in the pond as they’d cause a nice “ker-plunk” yielding just as much entertainment value.
We keep a few commonly used acute remedies prepared in liquid in 30C potencies in our metal remedy box***. We remix new remedies every 2-3 months to make sure they are fresh and still active:
I think it is worth mentioning that in each of these cases, the family had a Homeopathic Emergency Kit at their home (or nearby at a neighbor’s house). As a practitioner working with acute and emergency calls, I find that having a homeopathic kit in each household is a must.
These are some tips from Mr. Mueller’s 30+ years of homeopathic study and practice, and more than 200 years of clinical experience and observation by homeopaths from around the world:
In May of 2010, Mr. Mueller was invited to host a “chat” at the National Center for Homeopathy. If you are studying homeopathy to become a practitioner, or even if you studying just to treat your family and friends, you will find this chat helpful to explain some of the basic principles and concepts you…