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Administering Homeopathics
By James F. Balch, M.D. and Mark Stengler, N.D.

Homeopathic remedies are generally available in a pellet, tablet, liquid, or cream form. They are best taken ten to twenty minutes before eating or drinking. For infants, pellets or tablets can be mixed in an ounce of purified water, and then a few drops are put in the child's mouth with a dropper or a teaspoon. Children like the sweet taste of the pellets and the tablets. The remedies are also best taken away from strong-smelling odors, such as eucalyptus or essential oils.

For acute conditions, homeopathic remedies are often taken every fifteen minutes or two hours, depending on the severity of the condition. For chronic conditions, homeopathics are usually taken one to two times daily, or less frequently, depending on the strength of the remedy prescribed.

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