Storage and Dispense of Homeopathic Remedies: Remedies can be taken in the dry form or diluted in water and succussed (shacked vigorously), stirred between each dose.
Important Rules of intake:
Take remedies from the tube by pouring them to the cup and transferring the content to the mouth under the tongue. Plastic or glass spoons or vials can be used to assist with transfer. Allow remedy to melt in the mouth
Keep remedies in a cool, dry place, away from sunlight, substances of high flavor, perfumes, aromatic substances, mint/menthol, and essential oils
Keep remedies in the original containers
Do not touch remedies with hands
Do not to pick up and use remedies that slipped out of the vial
Do not to chew or swallow homeopathic pellets or pills
Do not keep remedies on sunlight, heat or close to aromatic substances
Do not repeat the remedy after the relief
Do not keep remedies where children can reach as children may be highly attracted to sugary content
Adults 2-3 pellets or 2-3 drops administered under the tongue
Children 2-3 pellets or 2 -3 drops administered under the tongue or diluted in small amount of water if necessary for convenience.
Homeopathic remedies are potent energized substances can be effective after exposure to X-ray, working in conjunction with conventional drugs, after drinking coffee, alcohol and using recreational drugs ,using mint products and eating citrus fruits and pork ,but they will be more efficient in a clear and unobstructed field.
Remedy effect can be altered by:
Food or Drink intake
Do not take anything into the mouth 15-30 min before and after the intake of the remedy (drinking water before the remedy is acceptable).
Refrain from eating pork, citrus fruits while taking homeopathy or at least for 2 days after the intake of the constitutional remedy as the effect of the remedy can be altered.
Use of Caffeine and caffeine products: Try to avoid intake of caffeine products. Try to refrain from coffee at least 2 days after intake of the constitutional remedy.
Camphor and camphor products, lip balms, cough lozenges, tiger balm or deep heat liniments, mint products, and essential oils, aromatic fumes (paint, ammonia, hair permanents, nail polish and remover, mothballs, etc.) should not be inhaled.
Mint and mint products including mint containing toothpaste, gums, mouthwashes, menthol candies.
Electric blankets (including heating pads) have been found to be detrimental to your health. It is best to avoid them altogether.
Intense electromagnetic waves or radiation exposure.
Prescription drugs, recreational drugs, alcohol and smoking can alter the action of the remedy and you may need to adjust the dose, by repeating the remedy more often.
Do not smoke/drink alcohol 30 min before and after the remedy intake
Stress factors, mental/emotional shocks and dental work may require acute remedies, before resumption of chronic care.