Workers’ Compensation and 30C Dilutions
Historically, over-the-counter remedies were formulated in dilutions of 30C and 6x. The latter is generally used for acute and chronic situations while the former is used for first aid. Flower remedies with a higher potency are usually reserved for long-term use. A 30C dilution of a herb will result in a stronger and longer-lasting effect than a lower-potency one.
Higher C batteries deliver more power to the motor than lower-C ones. A twenty-C battery is like pouring water from a water bottle, while a thirty-five-C battery is like cutting the top off. The difference is equal to the amount of water you pour. If you plan on punching the battery a lot, your battery will quickly run out. If you fly gently and don’t punch the battery as much, you’ll get the same flight time with a lower-C battery.
The number of dilutions used to determine the potency of a remedy. A 30x potency means that it has been diluted thirty times from the original substance. A 30c potency is one hundred times as effective. According to the British Homeopathic Association, a 30x remedy is 1 in 100,000. This is because the potency is thirty times stronger than its counterpart. However, the 30C potency may not be as potent as a thirty-first-century tincture.
It is important to understand that a workers’ compensation claim must be filed within the twelve-month period following the date of the injury or the first onset of symptoms. Employers must file Form 30C within this period, and if it’s not filed on time, the employer will be implicitly accepting responsibility for the claim. An attorney can help you navigate the workers’ compensation process if you are unsure.