7 Ways to Graft a Remedy (Article & Virtual Class)

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  1. Littlelight

    TY! What size are Boiron pellets? Can you re-use Boiron tubes for grafting the same remedy, or is glass preferred?

    • Mick

      Littlelight, the Boiron pellets, as far as I can reckon, are size #40. It is better to get glass vials for grafting, although you can reuse the Boiron tubes for storing grafted remedies. So, for instance, you could graft some Arnica 30, transfer it into your Boiron tube for use, and immediately graft some more in your glass vial. That way, when your Boiron tube is suddenly empty one day, you already have some that you can use to refill your tube. 🙂

      • Littlelight

        A hearty TY! Outstanding work, Mick.

        I have started the process of getting a kit (you can use HSA on Amazon) and the rec. books and feel new life as I am learning. I guessed #40 from what I’ve seen. TY again.

  2. Sansan

    Hi Mick, when medicated pellets have been “grafted” to blank pellets per your instructions — the medication is now in liquid form. How or what is the measure of let’s say 4 Hypericum pellets, which is now in liquid form.

    Where does one buy vials and droppers for this process.

    p.s. Hypericum and Rhus Tox are amazing remedies for my nerve pain.

    p.s.s. I need to find out how to join in your health and wellness calls etc.


    • Mick

      Do you mean that you’d like to join the Gateway to Homeopathy class, or that you’d like to sit in on one of our national Health and Wellness team meetings?

  3. Sansan

    oops sorry. I found the info on your site here! Just have to familiarize myself. Still have question of dose…..4 small pellets equal how much liquid. Also, do blank pellets become medicated when liquid is absorbed? I know stupid question….but???/

    • Mick

      Sansan, there are no stupid questions… only unasked ones. 🙂

      When medicated pellets are grafted onto blank pellets, you end up with more medicated pellets. However, medicated pellets can be grafted into a liquid dilution; and a liquid dilution can be grafted into a liquid dilution. A type of liquid dilution called a medicating potency can be used to graft blank pellets into medicated pellets. Does that make sense, or did I just thoroughly confuse you? 🙂

      Anyhow, when you graft your own pellets, the dose is 4 pellets. When you graft your own liquid dilution, the dose is 3 – 5 drops in a spoonful of water.

      Blank pellets become medicated when the medicated pellets, blank pellets, and alcohol get all mixed up (thus the couple of minutes of shaking), such that the alcohol “picks up” the energetic/physical (that is, related to physics) “footprint” of the remedy and transfers it to the blank pellets. This energetic/physical footprint will be deposited on the surface of the blank pellets and remain there after the alcohol evaporates. So the pellets don’t absorb the remedy’s footprint or the alcohol; they are coated with it. Make sense? If not, let me know and I’ll try again.

  4. Sansan

    hi Mick, thank you for info.

    I’m getting a handle on homeopathic remedies and dose. I stopped taking hypericum and rhus tox after 5 days of 2x a day and am waiting to see if nerve pain comes back. So far, doing pretty good.

    hope you can see this message, I’ve been having trouble posting

    • MP

      You’re posting fine, SanSan. All comments go into moderation just like on the ASOH site, so there may be a delay.

    • Mick

      Hi, Sansan. Yep, I’ve seen all of your messages. Thanks be to God that your nerve pain is better! Let me know how it goes. 🙂

  5. cmbookmark


    Can you graft with the tiny Washington Homeopathy pellets or do you run the risk that they will start to dissolve?

    When I buy the vials on Amazon, I see that they come in clear and amber glass. Is one preferred over the other? I noticed that the remedies I’ve purchased from Washington come in amber glass vials.

    I’m just getting into homeopathy and the information on Corac has been fabulous!

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