Homœopathic Links 2007; 20(2): 63-67
DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-965217

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Lac Maternum or Lac Humanum … How do We Choose?

Patricia Hatherly
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04. Juni 2007 (online)


While Lac maternum and Lac humanum have many similarities (as one would expect since they both contain mature human milk) they are essentially different, although complementary medicines. Lac-m also contains colostrum and it is this which affords the connection with in-carn-ation issues often as a consequence of birth trauma or damage done to the vital force through vaccination or drug abuse. It is this which constitutes the primary aetiology for the lac-m state while it is a perceived lack of a suitable length of time spent at the maternal breast that forms the basis for the lac-h state.


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