1M+10M dose question & smoking, narcoticsHello,
A homeopath determined a constitutional remedy (Causticum) and advised me to take the single-dose vial of 1M pellets under the tongue in the morning and then if there are no significant negative reactions take the single-dose vial of 10M pellets in the evening. This is supposed to result in a permanent restoration. I was wondering if this sounds like a good plan to other homeopaths - should the 1M be given a week/month to work?
Also, I was thinking about the final healing state and wondering about substances I'm probably addicted to. I have been taking prescription narcotics (Tylenol with codeine phosphate) for pain for over a year and it seems like if I stop, there will be substantial withdrawal symptoms. Should I taper off the drug over a couple weeks? And does pain medication interfere with the homeopathic treatment.
Finally, I've stopped drinking coffee but am still smoking a pack of cigarettes a day. I'd like to stop but think this might take a couple months. Will smoking antidote the homeopathic treatment or restart the disorder we're trying to heal?
Thanks very much for anyone with the time to reply!
lorem_ipsum on 2007-03-06
First of all, your homeopath have all the information about you, and he/she must know wht remedy is good for you and what can be its effects. Please, follow his/her instructions. Sure you'll be better.
Don't worry about tobacco or another drugs. Homeopathy can act despite of them, but if you don't smoke, and you don't take more drugs, the improve may be faster.
andres last decade
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