Query re. homeopathic mineral remediesI understand remedies like allium cepa and coffea to be essentially 'antidote' remedies; they produce the healing force needed to counteract the symptoms that would be found in a healthy person exposed to an excess of red onion and coffee respectively.
But reading Kent's Materia Medica, he said that a remedy such as calcarea carbonicum instead *increases* the body's availability of lime, by enabling it to extract lime in a way that was previously not possible.
Does this mean, therefore, that remedies such as phosphorous and kali phosphoricum actually increase the amount of phosphorous and calcium phosphate available to the body?
kitfire on 2009-01-27
as for coffea etc etc --there prime place in materica medica is as healing agents--again read materica medica--hahnemanns;allens,hering's ,
clarke's,boerike--these will give u PUra form of remedies--other's have twisted it or compacted
♡ John Stanton last decade
is a phosphorous person suffering from too little phosophorous, or suffering *as if* he had had too much, or is there no clear answer?
kitfire last decade
Like cures like.
There is no relation to material presence of Phosphorus here. It's neither a deficiency nor an excess of Phosphorus.
sameervermani last decade
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