Question: How can I compare the trenth of a dry dose to a watery solution (dissolved dose)?

Question: If you give a dry dose, lets say a 200K, will this be stronger or weaker then when a dissolved in lets say a 125ml cup.
DrLuc: Yes it might seem illogic, but a dose in water is always stronger than a dry dose, and will have less similar aggravation then a dry dose. So, dry doses will give more aggravation, they are less strong and les penetrating. All this is very well explained and backed up with research and quotations from the sources in my book Achieving and Maintaining the Simillimum, (in much more detail then in Hahnemann Revisited).

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