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Explanation please

Does anyone know what exactly is meant by 'Silicea and Mercurius do not follow each other well'?
 
  canuckinoz on 2008-10-16
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
this means that within the timeframe in which the remedy is considered to be active, the remedies would interact negetively if taken.

individual actions would get inhibited by the interference of the other remedy within a certain period.
 
rishimba last decade
Thanks Rishimba

Do you mean that they could cancel each other out or bring up another symptom altogether?
 
canuckinoz last decade
so called 'inimical' remedies do have a tendency to cancel each other's effect, partially or wholly, depending upon the time difference between intake.

an antidotal remedy will remove the effect of the remedy taken previously.
 
rishimba last decade
'Inimical' remedies would produce a bad response and should never be given after one another. This is very different from an anti-dote.
It's not a cancellation , it is an unfavorable response which will produce a bad aggravation and new troublesome symptoms.
 
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