Choosing a Remedy, Potency & Dosage
THIS IS NOT INTENDED TO REPLACE PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL CARE. IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST MORE THAN 3 DAYS, CONSULT A LICENSED PRACTITIONER. PREGNANT OR NURSING WOMEN SHOULD CONSULT THEIR DOCTOR BEFORE USING ANY REMEDY.
Match your symptoms to the symptoms of the remedy as closely as possible. If more than one remedy seems to fit, use one remedy at a time. Pay particular attention to the "Modalities" of the remedy if available, i.e., what makes it better or worse. The physical symptoms may apply to a number of remedies, but the "modalities" of the remedy will be the guiding factor.
If you are not sure the remedy is correct, start low with a 6c or 12c. If you are certain the remedy is a correct match, you can use a 30c or 200c.
Give 4 pills 3 to 4 times a day if using a 30 or lower. For a 200c, give once a day. When you see a significant improvement, you can then stop the remedy and only use it again when necessary. If no significant improvement is discernible, then you need to change the remedy.