Homeopathic preparations are of different forms such as Liquid Dilution, Granules, Pillules, Tablets, Ointments, Creams, and Lotions.
Different forms of Homeopathic Preparations
Tincture - is the starting form of homeopathic preparations, it is an extract of the original substance in its relatively concentrated form, and tinctures are mostly not intended for treatment directly. However, there are exceptions if the starting substance is harmless. Liquid dilutions are prepared from the tinctures; tinctures contain alcohol as solvent as well as preservative.
Liquid Dilution – are a basic form of homeopathic preparation that is adding to plain granules, pillules, and tablets. They can also take as remedies in their own form, mostly if the patient is allergic to the pillule base, or for animals, which cannot take tablets. Liquid dilutions contain alcohol, which acts as a solvent as well as preservative.
Granules, Pillules & Tablets - are the most common forms of homeopathic preparations available, which are taking internally. The only difference between granules, pillules, and tablets is its size; with tablets are larger than pillules, pillules are larger than granules. These remedy preparations are normally placed under the tongue to dissolve.
Ointments, Creams, & Lotions – are forms of homeopathic preparations, which are applying over the external surface of the affected area, such as spots, bruises, insect bites, etc.