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Difference between schuesslers salts in their homeopathic and in their biochemic forms

Difference between schuesslers salts in their homeopathic and in their biochemic forms

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drb,
is there any real difference between schuessler’s salts in their homeopathic and in their biochemic forms — eg. calcarea fluorica 6x and calcarea fluorica 3c?


Dear Jumma,

As far as the medicines are concerned, there is no difference between biochemic preprations and homeopathic preprations. The method of preparation is absolutely same. The symptoms found in provings are same too. The difference lies in the philosophical approach in the use of medicines. Homeopathy, as you might be aware, works on the ‘law of similia’. The biochemic preparations, prepared by schuessler, work on the premise that diseases result due to the deficiency of some vital salts in the tissues. And replenishing them in low triturations can help cure the diseases. Bu there is a limitation to this concept. It is just a one sided theory. And if nat-mur 6x can cure some tissue deficiency, than nat-mur 3c or 6c can do that too!

regards,

Dr. B

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