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Antidote remedy on clothing and carpeting

Some of the liquid homeopathic remedy I was using LM1 spilled on a sweatshirt, and when I washed it, transferred the remedy to all clothing and linens I washed with it. The remedy was helping, but now I'm getting repeated dosing of the remedy when using my sheets and clothing from that wash, and anything I was in the washing machine and dryer.

Is there anything that will neutralize the remedy on clothing, linens and appliances? Will washing everything in ammonia, clorox, oxyclean neurtralize it?

I am very sensitive and instead of healing from the remedy, as I was doing, I am now proving the remedy.

I've even tried putting an electric blanket around this stuff, to no avail.

Any advice would be appreciated.
  bamilton on 2009-03-08
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hmm thats something !

Stop the repeated dosing by avoiding those clothes, put them out in the sun and wash them with the stuff you mentioned.

Antidoting may not really be a good idea if this remedy was indeed helping you,unless your proving is really severe. maybe you ought to wait and it will be out of your system.

by the way which remedy was it ?
faustian last decade
silicium muriaticum LM1

no sun where I'm at. Will washing it in ammonia suffice?
bamilton last decade
Yes. That should do it.
faustian last decade

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