Can I take Ignatia and sepia at same time?
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jj7798 on 2016-09-23
Stop taking.. You are having things you never had and are proving the remedy. It should wear off. FYI do not take sepia when on your period.
Take nothing for 2 weeks and let the remedy work. You can come back on for advice if you need to at that time.
♥ simone717 last yearSounds like you have a homeopath? Or is it a naturopath or other type of Doctor who prescribed you ignatia?
A person really needs to have entire case taken and then supervised.
For acute ailments you can use Remedy Finder on here and that works well, but even homeopaths go to other homepaths on the big picture,
As it is just about impossible to look at yourself with neutrality needed for remedy selections.
♥ simone717 last yearHi,
There is a controversy in homeopathy with some homeopaths arguing that it is impossible to antidote a remedy, with anything! Not just coffee. If you are interested you can google the subject. Maybe your homeopath is one of those people.
If you want a second opinion, I would
Wait 2 weeks, take nothing, see how things settle and you will be able to present a clearer picture then.
You can post on the forum you want second opinion. Look at some of the detailed forms people fill out. I would
Request dr, kulkarni in your headline,
He is a real homeopath.
If you want to try another homeopath
In your area I can give you good options and options for online too.
Thru being on this forum, I have often
Done that for people who want help there as especially USA you can get
Some very unorthodox prescribing.
♥ simone717 last year
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