Homeopathic remedy from RitalinHi :)
I'm a 22 year old with some intense medical history in the past couple of years. I have used antibiotics for 2 years continuously for my skin in my teens, plus a year of ritalin after which my body was completely destroyed by chemicals and got intense neurological lyme disease. Two years ago, when I suddenly was on the edge I found a wonderful true doctor who brought me to where I am today. I will recover fully.
However, I have used ritalin the past. Besides that my brain is still recovering from the 'nuclear bomb' that had gone off in my head with lyme related causes, ritalin has screwed up my brain its metabolism. This was tested at the clinic I'm being treated as latent encephelomalacia.
Since I still have to detox a lot, I made a homeopathic remedy from my own urine in D30. Muscle testing showed that I, however, only had to take a single dose.
Now I wonder if it is possible to make a homeopathic remedy from ritalin, as chemicals are being used as tinctures in homeopathy.
I would very much appreciate any suggestions on this! :) Also in regard to potency, dosage and frequency if so.
Thank you :)
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rk17- on 2015-02-01
I don't have the illusion that it'll fix everything, but it might make a contribution to the whole of healing.. :)
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rk17- 3 years agoWell, firstly that isn't homoeopathy. That is called Isopathy (the substance that is thought to have caused the problem is used rather than the symptoms the patient is displaying in response to it) - and it is very hit and miss. It only really hits if the symptoms of the substance also match the symptoms the patient is showing (so is homoeopathic).
The symptoms of Ritalin would be similar to the side effects, although our homoeopathic symptoms are much more varied and extensive than poisoning ones, and are only brought out by the proving experiments we do to determine everything a substance can produce (mentals, emotionals, delusions etc).
Making a remedy from urine is also not homoeopathy - that is called Autopathy, or Autoisopathy (depending on what it is being made from and why).
I have treated a fair few Ritalin children who are now adults - and boy does it screw up their development! I have seen very advanced mental problems in such young people, and working through such cases with homoeopathy is not easy. It appears you need to move them backwards through various pivotal points in their development, and use a particular medicine to cause the development to happen properly. Often you get all the way back to the time in their life they were given the drug, and finally you can heal the underlying cause of their problems. It is hard work, exhausting for the patient and even for me. You have to remain alert for the changes from one phase to the next and react accordingly.
Using Ritalin like this, as a potentized medicine, could do anything to you. It is risky if you are not applying homoeopathic principles. I have seen people make permanent negative changes to their health using these kinds of medicines on the basis of 'detoxing'. If a medicine is not being given on the basis of the symptoms, of the whole person, then it is likely to instead produce side effects, some of which may be grafted on to your vital energy permanently.
The use of Isopathy CAN be useful in some cases, but only alongside traditional homoeopathy, and only by someone who knows when it is appropriate to use it. There are a lot of 'systems' out there where our medicines are being used to 'detox' and remove theorized causes of people's ill health, and it amounts to nothing but ALLOPATHY unfortunately.
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