In August of 2015, I wrote an article “5 Reasons To Own A Homeopathy Kit.” We have updated that great blog with more photos and, as always, a few helpful medicines:
With the recent controversy involving Hyland’s Teething Tablets — where Hyland’s voluntarily decided to pull their tablets out of US markets due to the FDA — I was once again reminded how important it is to own your own homeopathy kit. https://joettecalabrese.com/blog/trick-and-treating-with-our-teething-tablets/
It has been reported that there are over 6,000 different homeopathic medicines available in the world. I believe that most families who expect to treat their families with homeopathy ought to own anywhere from 100 to 200 medicines. That would include the top most frequently used, such as those found in homeopathy kits, plus those specific to your family's needs.
If you want to be prepared, it's the only way to be so. In the past, I would recommend that everyone own at least the Top 100 Remedy Kit (one that carries mostly 30C potencies), but now with the simplified Banerji Protocols, that I share in my courses and on this blog, you should ALSO own the top 50 remedies in 200C kit. And don't forget our Cell Salt Kit.
Find them here.
But that's not all. There are five medicines that come up time and again that none of these kits include, and it would be wise to have these on hand as well:
• Camphora 200C used to antidote remedies and to open a new chronic case in people over one year of age. This is a Banerji Protocol that has served me well.
• Sanguinaria can 200C, used in cases that involve the sinuses, like sinus infections or snoring
• Medorrhinum 200C, used in most bladder infection and UTI situations
• Antimonium crud 6, used for basic rashes
•Pyrogenium 200, used for septic conditions
There are so many more, but for those planning to stock up, this is a good place to start. It’s been my joke to say that, “She who has the most remedies, wins.” Well, take this little story from a student of mine, and you tell me who won:
When Lauren came down with strep throat, she began using Hepar sulph 200, which is a great remedy for soft tissue infections, and in the 200th potency, Hepar sulph is a specific protocol for Strep Throat. But when—after the 4th dose—the symptoms did not improve at all, she realized that she likely needed an additional remedy. She was right.
Because there was copious amounts of saliva, Lauren more likely needed Merc Cyn 200 (it can also be indicated for cases of strep throat where there are sores in the mouth and/or an abscess in the tonsils). This is a hard-to-find-remedy that is actually sold by my preferred pharmacy, OHM. Keep in mind that OHM only sells to homeopathic students, or to professional homeopaths.
If you complete one of my full courses or my Study Group class, you receive a certificate that enables you to order from OHM.
So back to Lauren. Lauren’s friend Tara owned Merc cyn 200 and Hepar sulph 200. She was able to share the remedies with Lauren, and in short order, the strep throat improved.
Who won? Lauren or Tara? I think you know. Build your medicine stock, my friends!
Also, as a fun “extra,” I have included photographs of how some of my students store their libraries of homeopathic remedies! Feast your eyes on these!
• Some great storage ideas include buying an empty bullet case to put remedies in:
• Getting this fiberboard grid that can line the inside of a drawer. The remedies fit inside the grid-work and stand upright http://www.hsconline.co.uk/24mm-grid-for-5dsu
• This clear lipstick holder seems to fit a variety of different-sized-remedy bottles…comment below if you try it! https://www.amazon.com/Acrylic-Lipstick-Display-Cosmetic-Organizer/dp/B01C2PVWFC/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?ie=UTF8&psc=1&ref_=ox_sc_saved_image_9&smid=A1N6B1W3J8JYL6