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LE.MP.PicProving of Lepidolite,
A mica gemstone

Remedy Abbreviation: undetermined

 Los Angeles School of Homeopathy, in conjunction with the Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy Proving Team
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Jason-Aeric Huenecke CCH, RSHom (NA)


Avghi Constantinides, Director of the Los Angeles School of Homeopathy, collected flakes of the substance from a piece of Lepidolite carried by a colleague, a “very grounded” psychiatrist, to keep himself grounded while working with patients. The substance prepared by Homeopathic Laboratories, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.


The proving consisted of 16 provers (14 females, 2 males). The remedy administered in 30C potency with two placebos. The proving was double blind format in which neither the master prover, supervisors nor provers were aware of the substance they were taking. During the proving, provers logged symptoms on a daily basis and were in daily contact with their supervisor until symptoms subsided.


Prover and Supervisors: Los Angeles School of Homeopathy
Theme Work: Lori Foley
Editor: Suzanne Joyce


“Teamwork - A few harmless flakes working together can unleash an avalanche of destruction!”
Larry Kersten, American Sociologist

“Lepidolite was discovered in the eighteenth century and was originally known as lilalite (from the Hindu word 'lila' meaning play, game). Lepidolite is not technically a gemstone, but a very beautiful purplish type of mica. It is referred to by healers as the Peace Stone.”

Lepidolite Proving



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