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June 14, 2018
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Can someone please explain this to me?

 

1X = 1 drop to 10 drops of water – succused once – right?

1C = 1 drop to 100 drops of water – succused once – right?

1M = 1 drop to 1000 drops of water – succused once – right?

 

The reason I’m asking are because 50% of the people say that 1M = succused 1000 times. The other 50% explain it’s diluted with 1000 drops of water = M for 1000 and that it has nothing to do with succusion? What’s correct?

 

All claim 400X = 200C, but that can’t be correct if it has to do with succusion, it can only be correct if it’s explained in drops of solution – right? 400X would be 1/10 drops succused 400 times, and 200C would be 1/100 drops succused 200 times, that would leave 1M = 1/1000 drops succused 1 time. Is there something I’m misunderstanding? Because if 1M = 1000 succusions, it doesn’t make any sense at all math wise.

June 14, 2018
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28342asdaa said
Can someone please explain this to me?

 

1X = 1 drop to 10 drops of water – succused once – right?

28342asdaa said
Can someone please explain this to me?

 

1X = 1 drop to 10 drops of water – succused once – right?     NO:  1X is one part tincture (which is usually a 10% solution) to 9  parts water or alcohol or a mixture of both. Usually 50- 100 succussions

1C = 1 drop to 100 drops of water – succused once – right?  NO:   1c is one part tincture (which is usually a 10% solution) to 99 parts water or alcohol or a mixture of both. Usually 50- 100 succussions

1M = 1 drop to 1000 drops of water – succused once – right? NO 1M is one part tincture (which is usually a 10% solution) to 999 parts water or alcohol or a mixture of both. Usually 50- 100 succussions

 

The reason I’m asking are because 50% of the people say that 1M = succused 1000 times (Those 50 are wrong)

The other 50% explain it’s diluted with 1000 drops of water = M for 1000 and that it has nothing to do with succusion? What’s correct?  YES, except to be precise,  it’s one part to 999 parts (not necessarily drops as it’s the ration that matters)

 

All claim 400X = 200C, but that can’t be correct.  THOSE are not EXACTLY EQUAL physiologically, but just give a Ballpark idea of the relationship mathematically.  

    GET SOME BEGINNER BOOKS. That way you won’t have to poll people to find answers.

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Martin Earl said

28342asdaa said
Can someone please explain this to me?
 

28342asdaa said
Can someone please explain this to me?
 
1X = 1 drop to 10 drops of water – succused once – right?     NO:  1X is one part tincture (which is usually a 10% solution) to 9  parts water or alcohol or a mixture of both. Usually 50- 100 succussions

1C = 1 drop to 100 drops of water – succused once – right?  NO:   1c is one part tincture (which is usually a 10% solution) to 99 parts water or alcohol or a mixture of both. Usually 50- 100 succussions
1M = 1 drop to 1000 drops of water – succused once – right? NO 1M is one part tincture (which is usually a 10% solution) to 999 parts water or alcohol or a mixture of both. Usually 50- 100 succussions
 
The reason I’m asking are because 50% of the people say that 1M = succused 1000 times (Those 50 are wrong)

The other 50% explain it’s diluted with 1000 drops of water = M for 1000 and that it has nothing to do with succusion? What’s correct?  YES, except to be precise,  it’s one part to 999 parts (not necessarily drops as it’s the ration that matters)
 
All claim 400X = 200C, but that can’t be correct.  THOSE are not EXACTLY EQUAL physiologically, but just give a Ballpark idea of the relationship mathematically.  

    GET SOME BEGINNER BOOKS. That way you won’t have to poll people to find answers.

  

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Alan V. Schmukler said
  

28342asdaa said
Can someone please explain this to me?
 
1X = 1 drop to 10 drops of water – succused once – right?     NO:  1X is one part tincture (which is usually a 10% solution) to 9  parts water or alcohol or a mixture of both. Usually 50- 100 succussions

1C = 1 drop to 100 drops of water – succused once – right?  NO:   1c is one part tincture (which is usually a 10% solution) to 99 parts water or alcohol or a mixture of both. Usually 50- 100 succussions
1M = 1 drop to 1000 drops of water – succused once – right? NO 1M is one part tincture (which is usually a 10% solution) to 999 parts water or alcohol or a mixture of both. Usually 50- 100 succussions
 
The reason I’m asking are because 50% of the people say that 1M = succused 1000 times (Those 50 are wrong)

The other 50% explain it’s diluted with 1000 drops of water = M for 1000 and that it has nothing to do with succusion? What’s correct?  YES, except to be precise,  it’s one part to 999 parts (not necessarily drops as it’s the ration that matters)
 
All claim 400X = 200C, but that can’t be correct.  THOSE are not EXACTLY EQUAL physiologically, but just give a Ballpark idea of the relationship mathematically.  

    GET SOME BEGINNER BOOKS. That way you won’t have to poll people to find answers.

  

June 14, 2018
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The books explain it differently too! That’s why I am asking.

 

Then 10M = 10 parts to 990 parts?

And how do you know it should be succussed 50-100 times because it’s M? How’s that explained?

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