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Preservation of the Homeopathic Remedies

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Preservation of the Homoeopathic Remedies

Preservation of the Homeopathic Remedies

In general, homeopathic remedies last a long time.   They may not even expire in a hundred years or more.  In general, they should be kept in a dry temperate place with the covers of the bottles tightly closed. The temperature as such does not alter the effectiveness of the medicine, but, if the cover is not airtight, the remedy will evaporate.  If the bottle has completely dried out, the remedy should be made afresh.  If even a drop remains, it may be made up again by adding more of the diluent.  In this way, the potency will increase by one, such as from 30 to 31 or from 200 to 201.    This however, does not reduce the effectiveness of the remedy.
As a caution, homeopathic remedies should not be placed in direct  sunlight.   The rays of the sun may make the remedy ineffective.
Empty bottles should be thoroughly cleaned, boiled in water and dried in the sun in order to destroy any residual effects.
As a rule, all homeopathic remedies must be kept in separate bottles but  some remedies may be mixed without losing their individual effectiveness. Incompatible remedies should always be kept separately. It is better that the mixture be prepared fresh, when required.
Homeopathic   remedies   must   be   kept   away   from   strong perfumes,  especially Camphor.   Camphor destroys the effectiveness of most homeopathic remedies.  One should also refrain from opening the bottle in a room sprayed with strong antiseptic or perfume.

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