|Other scientific names|
|Substance description||A normally white, usually dark olive green, soft, glutinous mucous substance, of a urinous odor, which floats in the allantois fluid, or is attached to the allantois membrane, of the mare or cow, chiefly during the last months of pregnancy“ (Hering). Trituration of a dry, dark, reddish-brown substance, said to have been obtained by Helffrich from the tongue of a newly born filly.|
The remedy you buy from your homeopathic pharmacy may be different from the one used in the provings – it may not work even if properly selected.
If other source substances are used than the original one, the effect is uncertain.
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