A daily dose of NEWTON's Detoxifier for symptoms of toxicity. A “clean” body will maximize the effectiveness of other remedies, supplements and vitamins.
Wait for it!
Wait 15 minutes between taking homeopathy and eating, drinking, taking drugs, supplements or other remedies. This keeps anything from interfering with the homeopathics.
Drop it in!
Liquid remedies should be placed directly in the mouth or dropped into a small amount of water. As the remedy contacts the mucous membranes of the mouth, it is absorbed into the body.
Cross it over!
Although NEWTON manufactures complexes specifically for Kids and Pets, a condition may arise for which there is no prepared Kids/Pets complex. All products manufactured by NEWTON may be used for adults, children or pets; adjust the dosage according to directions.
Mix it up!
If an alcohol-free remedy is preferred, place the drops of homeopathy in a small amount of warm water and let stand for 10 minutes to allow the alcohol to evaporate prior to dosing. The FDA mandates that liquid homeopathics contain a preservative; NEWTON's choice of preservative is USP certified gluten-free, non-GMO, organic cane alcohol. NEWTON's certified gluten-free, non-GMO, organic beet-derived sucrose (lactose-free) pellets are another alcohol-free alternative.
Pellet remedies should be taken without being touched. The outermost layer of the pellet contains the active ingredients. Warmth from the human hand and oils from the skin may remove some of the remedy on contact. Dispense into the bottle cap or a spoon and then pour into the mouth.
Keep it protected!
NEWTON's amber glass containers (an inert material) protect
the homeopathics from light exposure. According to HPUS (Homoeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States), due to documented heat sensitivity of homeopathic preparations, remedies should not be exposed to temperatures greater than 121ºC (249.8ºF). Refrigerating or freezing homeopathic remedies is not recommended. The best method for storage is to keep containers tightly sealed and out of extreme heat or direct sunlight.