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Avena sativa q
Can I take Avena sativa q while taking zosert100,sizodon MD 0.5,clonil10.........................???
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Consult homeopath
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The Way TO Take Homeopathic Remedies- Special Instructions- *Don't Touch the Remedies by Hand. *Always take the Remedies empty stomach.( Please don't take anything at least before and after 1 hour of taking the Remedies.) *Any sort of narcotics are prohibited during the course of homeopathic Remedies. * Always put Remediese at the place which is safe and free Dampness. NOTES. There are No known Side Effects  IN HOMOEOPATHIC Medicine but please don't take medicine without the proper consultation and advice of A QUALIFIED Homoeopathic Physician .. Thank you..- Special instructions from- Dr. Saujanya R. Maurya. B.H.M.S. ,MD.(sch) P.G.C.Psy.; P.G.Yoga.
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It's like you are buying medicines from the vegetable market and let's eat....every person has his unique problem and need customized selection of medicines
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Please do not self prescribe Homoeopathic medicine it is not good idea only take when prescribed
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Yes u can take, but give a gap of 30 minute minimum between the intake.
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Hello, Yes you can take Avena sativa Q along with Allopathic medicines,but with a gap of at least one or two hours. And better to choose Homoeopathic treatment completely for zero side effects.
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Hello, It in homoepathy doctor can help you. Thank you.
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Yes..  You can...  It has no side effects
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Yes u can take, avena sativa is prepared from oats
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Take with interval I would suggest you to switch on to homoeo pathy fully
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Yes you can take
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No problem
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Hi yes you can take at 30 min gap You can easily take an online consultation for further treatment guidance
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Yes ofcourse u can take.
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Why you want to take Avena sativa Q pl.?
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