Cost and Where to Buy

Cost

Single bottles average about $8.00 on the 30c potency, more for the LM potency. A bottle may contain about 200 pills. The kits are 50%-75% less generally.

Example: To prepare for flu requires 14 medicines. Let's say, over 30 more years, you have two flus each year. That means, the cost over time is approximately $1.86 per flu, and you'd still have over half of each bottle left, since each flu is different. Having a kit reduces the cost to $.47 to $.93 per flu.

Where to Buy

Single medicines can be purchased from health food stores usually in the 30c potency. Some stores sell kits designed by the manufacturers. Due to limited space, health food stores do not shelve all the medicines and potencies. Often they will place a special order for you if you ask.

Homeopathic pharmacies may custom-make a kit which is more economical. As pharmacies change, contact a homeopathic organization for a pharmacy. Check out these websites and also do a search under "homeopathy" "medicine":

  • Homeopathic.org
  • Homeopathyusa.org
  • Homeopathy.org
  • Homeopathyhome.com
  • Homeopathic.com
  • Homeoint.org

The health food stores do not carry the LM potencies at this time, and they would need to be purchased from the pharmacies or shops found online. If a health food store carries the 30 "x" not the 30 "c" potency, getting the "x" would be more ideal than the other lower potencies, like the 9x, 12c, etc. Frequently, they do not match the intensity level of an ailment.

Because this medicine has no substance in it, but is a mirror image of a substance, there is nothing to "rot" and should last. Do not buy bottles that have more than one medicine in them, as they potentially will antidote each other over time.