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Is it all homeopathic? Eg no straight herbs?
He gave Relief-tone and Dental-Chord for my teeth pain. Anyone take these?

I also had biomeridian done on my teeth dental materials and body systems. 70% approx of body systems were stressed, rest were normal or weak. Most of my teeth were stressed. So He doesn't want to do any teeth work (replace an amagum, fill a cavity, get rid of 3 root canals) until that is better and maybe pain is down.

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Relief tone
Active Ingredients: Arnica montana 12X‚ 30X; Belladonna 6X‚ 12X‚ 30X; Cortisone aceticum 24X‚ 30X; Hypericum perforatum 12X; Symphytum officinale 12X.


Dental chord
ctive Ingredients: Aceticum acidum 15X‚ 30X‚ 60X (Acetic Acid); Ammonium muriaticum 15X‚ 30X‚ 60X (Ammonium Chloride); Argentum metallicum 15X‚ 30X‚ 60X (Silver Metal); Aurum metallicum 15X‚ 30X‚ 60X (Gold Metal); Calcarea fluorica 12X (Calcium Fluoride); Calcarea phosphorica 12X‚ 30X (Calcium Phosphate); Carbolicum acidum 15X‚ 30X‚ 60X (Carbolic acid); Citrus limonum 6X‚ 12X‚ 30X (Lemon); Cuprum metallicum 15X‚ 30X‚ 60X (Copper Metal); Ferrum metallicum 12X (Iron Metal); Formalinum 15X‚ 30X‚ 60X (Formaldehyde); Glycyrrhiza glabra 4X‚ 6X (Licorice Root); Lappa major 4X (Burdock); Medulla ossis suis 9X‚ 12X‚ 6C (Bone Marrow); Mercurius solubilis 12X (Quicksilver); Myrrha 6X (Myrrh); Natrum fluoratum 12X (Sodium fluoride); Palladium metallicum 15X‚ 30X‚ 60X (Palladium metal); Phosphoricum acidum 15X‚ 30X‚ 60X (Phosphoric acid); Phytolacca decandra 4X (Poke root); Selenium Metallicum 15X (Selenium); Silicea 12X (Pure flint); Stannum metallicum 15X‚ 30X‚ 60X (Tin); Staphysagria 6X‚ 30X (Staves acre); Stillingia sylvatica 4X (Queen’s Root); Trifolium pretense 4X (Red Clover); X-ray 30C; Zincum oxydatum 15X‚ 30X‚ 60X (Zinc oxide).

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Hyph, I think Relief tone is more for dental work (after or before), to protect against infections, inflammation, pain...

The other one, I don't know exactly, as there are too many ingredients... I wonder why all the heavy metals inside... probably to help excretion?

Did you react well with these products?

I would take the first one without any problem (as I know most of the ingredients), and I do think they may help if the homeopathic potentialization were well done.

The 2nd product, Dental chord, I would be more careful, probably let myself be tested energetically... I mean, wonder why they added quicksilver, palladium and stannun (tin)?

I usually avoid homeopathic heavy metals, but it's me...

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Oh yeah I know the ingredients. Just wondered if anyone took them. Seem popular over on the FB lyme groups.

No havent taken them yet. Waiting on responses.

I think they tested well w/biomeridian

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Does anyone totally not understand any of this post ?

Still learning. . .

It's seems like a homeopathic immunology reboot ?

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Dental Chord-is supposedly supporting bone, detox of metals and blood cleaning, healing gum incisions and infections and neutralizing xrays.

It's not based on Classical Homeopathy which is the original, pure discipline Dr. Hahnemann pain painstakingly developed using the scientific method. One remedy is well chosen and given and then the patient is observed for progress. That is called Classical Homeopathy.

I agree with Brussels that the first remedy bottle seems well thought out and the potencies are sensible. Some mixed remedies work really good. The less ingredients the better.

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Ok. Hmmm. I'll start the Relief one then.
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I guess, it's the safest choice.

When an homeopathic product has too many ingredients, it could still work as I swear by some made by Heel.

Heel has though extensive experience, long term, and many practitioners use their products, so they tune the contents with the years, and I have come to really like them.

But when a company is still new in the business, we don't even know whether the homeopathic 'potentialization' is done correctly.

Dr K usually says it is VERY hard to find American homeopathics that are good (compared to German homeopathics).

In anyways, there are controversial views whether one could take heavy metals in homeopathic form or not... I prefer to avoid them, just in case.

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One example of a multi-product is Hepar compositum.

I love it!

Composition: Hepar suis D8, Cyanocobalaminum D4, Duodenum suis D10, Thymus suis D10, Colon suis D10, Vesica fellea suis D10, Pankreas suis D10, China D4, Lycopodium clavatum D4,

Chelidonium majus D4, Carduus marianus D3, Histaminum D10, Sulfur D13, Avena sativa D6, Fel tauri D8, Natrium diethyloxalaceticum D10,

Acidum alpha-ketoglutaricum D10, Acidum DL-malicum D10, Acidum fumaricum D10, Acidum alpha-liponicum D8, Acidum oroticum D6,

Cholesterinum D10, Calcium carbonicum Hahnemanni D28, Taraxacum officinale D4, Cynara scolymus D6, Veratrum album D4 22 μl each.

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Another is Coenzyme compositum. A super hero!!

Coenzymum A D8, Acidum ascorbicum D6, Thiaminum hydrochloricum D6, Natrium riboflavinum phosphoricum D6, Pyridoxium hydrochloricum D6, Nicotinamidum D6,

Acidum DL-malicum D8, Acidum cis-aconiticum D8, Acidum citricum D8, Acidum fumaricam D8, Acidum alpha-ketoglutaricum D8, Acidum succinicum D8, Barium oxalsuccinicum D10,

Natrium diethyloxalaceticum D6, Natrium pyruvicum D8, Cysteinum D6, Pulsatilla pratensis D6, Hepar sulfuris D10, Sulfur D10, Adenosinum triphosphoricum D10, Nadidum D8,

Manganum phosphoricum D6, Magnesium oroticum D6, Cerium oxalicum D8, Acidum alpha-liponicum D6, Beta vulgaris conditiva 6X 1 mg

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If you like your Relief product, try Ubichinon Compositum, from Heel.

I swear that since I took this, I rarely needed any supplement of CoQ10 during lyme.

I combined even Ubichinon with Coenzyme compositum, they always supported me in a way or another.

Homeopathic combos are not used by classic homeopaths, but probably because they never had lyme themselves!!

I used loads of homeopathic mixtures during lyme (even after), and they did support my healing, I have no doubt.

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Thanks Brussles [Smile] They gave me those 2 specifically for pain, as the Hypericum wasn't helping enough alone.

That's quite a bit of ingredients!! The 2 you mentioned...what is their aim, as in, what would one take them for? Can they help pain? I do take CoQ10 too, I think a bit due to my heart flutters.

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