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With regards to the topic of potency, there has been extensive scientific  research  as  to  what  kind  of  patients  should  receive  which medications,  administered  in  what  potency.    In  the  diseases  of  the stomach, low potencies work well.   For neurological disorders, usually potency  200 or higher is useful.   In profound mental illnesses, higher potencies are required.  In some kinds of cancer, much higher potencies are needed.  However, in some cases, if the patient is too sick, a higher potency medication may prove  dangerous.   In such cases, the physical strength should be restored first with supplements of food and vitamins. When  general  health  has  improved  enough  to  tolerate  the  reaction, remedies should be given in gradually increasing potencies such as from 30 to 200 and 1000, as already indicated.  Two entirely opposite remedies should never be given together.  Would you drop ice cream into a hot cup of tea?  There is no sense in it.
Dr.  Kent  has  warned  against  using  some  remedies  in  CM potency, especially Silicea, but in my experience of many years Silicea in a potency of anything less than CM has not worked in patients of AIDS and some cancers. In homoeopathy, if an administered remedy does not show its desired effect, then there are two possible ways to proceed. It may either be repeated a few times, or its potency may be increased gradually.  The
other method is that the potency may be maintained and another remedy may be used in between the treatment for the enhancement of the body defences.
Tuberculosis patient must never be treated with Sulphur in high potency. Rather, the treatment should always be started in low potency.

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