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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of succuss.
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Yes, that's right - in two hundred years, homeopaths haven't gotten around to figuring out how many times a homeopathic remedy has to be "succussed" (i.e., shaken) in the course of dilution to activate its supposed curative powers.
Homeovitality® products have also been succussed at each dilution stage so they will also help to promote desirable forms of hybrid vigour in a "like promotes like" mode of action involving some of the mechanisms (4) described by Dr. Kratz,
All natural, hand succussed and produced from the most quality ingredients, these hCG drops have helped hundreds of patients shed extra weight AND fat -- even without exercise!
After all, he never said anything about administering his magical succussed potions in any other way besides oral that I can recall.