LAC MATERNUM OR LAC HUMANUM... HOW DO WE CHOOSE?

Homoeopathic Links Summer 2007; vol 20; 63-67

While Lac-m and Lac-h 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. 

KEYWORDS: Lac Humanum; Lac Maternum; birth trauma; lactation; Morgan pure

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Patricia Hatherly
BA DipEd BHSc(Homoeopathy) AROH MAHA ANPA

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