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ketamine brain toxicity

years ago when i was younger and wilder i experimented in pot smoking and by acident got a batch that some person laced with a drug called ketamine which is an anesthetic , it messed me up pretty good and taught me a lesson i did alot of herbal liver detox stuff to clean this poison out of my body but i find i still get symtoms of it from time to time ... the homeopathics that i found that helped were phosphorus, nitric acid , and taraxacum (dandelion) ... i am senstive to many things though and alot of those remedies upset my digestive tissue and made me very tired , i wonder if any of you know a good homeopathic remedy that can cause detoxification of drug substances from blood vessesls in the brain without having a strong fatigueing effect or irritating the liver
  changeling on 2004-10-16
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What time since you tried the last remedy? You shouldn't take things too closely together. If you are tired and worn out wait till you are in better health to try something else.

When you try another remedy you might try three pills of Nux vomica 30C once only under the tongue and see what the result is. This is a short acting remedy which lasts from one day to a week. If it helps and you feel emotionally better, even if an old symptom comes back briefly, you can take Nux vomica 200C once the same way after the week. If you feel cranky and miserable along with an old symptom then don't take the higher dose.

Because Nux is short acting and a general antidote to all drugs it may help in your drug detox.

If it doesn't then you need to give us your exact symptoms for us to make a better choice.
museon last decade

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