Ready to assemble your Quick Six? Here are the links and a simple copy-paste order so that you can quickly order components for your own kit from trusted homeopathic pharmacies.
Quickest Way to Quick Six
You can order the remedies I suggest [or the ones you’ve decided to use] from Helios by copying the list below and pasting it into the Order section of the Helios Secure Enquiry Form:
4g, pillules of the following:
Combination Arnica 200c, Calendula 200c, Hypericum 200c
Combination Arnica 200c, Rhus Tox 200c, Ruta 200c
Combination Arnica 200c, Apis 30c, Ledum 30c
Combination Echinacea 12c, Echinacea Purpurea 9c, Propolis 200c, Chelidonium 6c
You can order small remedy cases and vials from Remedia. I like the aluminum one, but they have a variety of fantastic options. Make sure that you also order the glass vials–they will pop up as an option after you add your case to the basket.
Spritzers are fantastic for topical applications of remedies. I buy mine at Specialty Bottle, but some health food stores carry them.
I prefer 1 or 2 oz. spritzers. I mostly use amber glass spritzers, but the natural HDPE and amber plastic PET bottles can be handy. HDPE and PET are, from what I’ve read [example here], a decent plastic. I would not recommend metal spritzers.
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