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urine therapy and homeopathyCan anyone please tell me whether it is safe to take homeopathic remedies while practicing urine therapy? Thanks very much!
saguy75 on 2006-04-13
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I cannot say i am familiar with what you mean by "urine therapy" however, it is common knowledge that Homeopathic remedies are completely safe and cause no drug interations or side effects, because they do not directly illicit their own response in the body. They work by means of sending a signal to the body which, in a sence, notifies the body of the job it should be doing.
Make sure you are taking your remedies properly. With talblets or pellets, do not touch them with yrou hnds as the oils on yoru skin trap the medication whcih is on the surface of the remedy.
Allow the remedy to fully dsiolve under the tounge, as best you can, and take it atleast 15minutes away from food or drink (water exluded)
If you eat mint or menthol, wait 2 hours as mint and menthol constrict the blood vessels under the tounge and reduce the effectiveness of the medication being picked up sublingually.
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Good luck with your Homeopathic treatments
AaronsonsPharmacy on 2006-04-14
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