About the sucrose (sugar) pilules

Sometimes people ask why the remedies are made from sugar or sucrose. Pure sucrose is the traditional carrier for the homeopathic remedies themselves and it is used globally by all homeopathic pharmacies. A pilule is a tiny dose and the positive action of the remedy on the immune system is stronger than any potential negative…

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My child ate a bottle of pilules!

Homeopathy is about quality and not quantity; energy and not substance. Tiny doses to stimulate the body’s own healing ability. Nothing nasty in a remedy at the potencies we dispense through our store, hence TGA define homeopathics as low risk. This effectively means that one pilule or one bottle is going to be the same…

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How do I give pilules to a baby?

Tip 1 pilule into the lid of the bottle or onto a clean metal teaspoon. Don’t touch with your fingers. Crush the pilule to a powder between two clean teaspoons. Tip the powder into the mouth. Don’t worry if you don’t get it all to go in, as long as you can see the powder…

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Drops or pilules

There really is no difference between giving drops or pilules in home use. It is a personal preference based on, often, the age of the child. Drops can be easier for a baby. If you want to give to a sleeping baby, a pet or an unconscious wild animal (ie one of those birds that…

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