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Biochemic Medicines
In these times of stressful life when a patient has to run to an allopath frequently for minor ailments and when he/she is loaded with a number of allopathic medicines after spending a good amount of money,
Biochemic route definitely comes to rescue.

The biochemic medicines are available as twelve tissue salts and their combination and can be administered safely alongwith other treartments as well and have practically no side effects.

These tissue salts are tritrurised/ diluted minerals which are present in our own system and every ailment is precipitated because of deficiency of any of these minerals.

These salts act through capillary absorption through the oral system and act as triggers the system to balnce the respetive salts in the system and thus provide immediate relief.

The consultants personally analyze the symptons indicative of the deficiency of the very mineral/ s and prescribe the medicine accordingly.

The action of these medicines is very fast and the response is amazingly quick and can be tried as first available remedy in even in cases of extreme emergencies like heavy vomiting/ loose motions leading to dehydration and angina etc.

The Biochemic system has a lot to offer to the pregnant woman- not only during pregnancy, but even after delivery. It is not only effective, it is very safe, unlike allopathy, where many medicines are contraindicated during pregnancy as they have a bad effect on the unborn child.

Dose: The usual dose is 4 tablets of the 6x potency, 3 times a day. It may be necessary to combine two or more biochemic remedies since a person can have a deficiency of more than one salt.

Note: A detailed history followed by constitutional treatment by a good and qualified homoeopath is necessary to treat the complaints that appear during pregnancy. It is not advisable to resort to self-medication for any disease.

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