Antidotes QuestionI know garlic, onions and camphor antidote remedies. But what else should are considered antidotes in the average diet? mint toothpaste? chewing gum?
And by avoided does that mean that garlic and onions be wiped out completely from ones diet when using a homeopathic remedy, or is there a time frame when you shouldn't consume these antidotes.
On a daily basis I consume lemon, lime, honey, whey protein, - would these antidote any remedies?
itssr20 on 2007-04-30
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