When treating yourself or one of your family members for an acute condition, such as a bruised shinbone or a common cold, most people will use 30 C potencies readily available in your Family Kit or from your local health food store.
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.
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Self Care, First Aid and Acute Care The National Center for Homeopathy invited Mr. Mueller to host this webinar on January 25, 2012. Trying to learn how to use that homeopathic self care kit? This won’t teach you about remedies, but it will teach you how to take a good case and get the symptoms…
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: