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Antidote remedies

Could anyone tell me whether an antidote remedy can be taken 1 year after the original remedy was taken?
 
  rue on 2004-01-03
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
antidote --by administrating remedy based on symptoms occurring at moment--

if extended aggravation----from remedy year ago---hmmm maybe mistaken -but still symptoms always guide to control case

knowing particular remedy and relationships to other remedies helpful--but still symptoms always guide

john stanton
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pennsylvania usa
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john stanton last decade
An open-ended question. First, what is making you think you would wish to do so. Second, as no homeopathic remedy is harmful, there is no need for antidotes.

If the remedy brought something different into the picture this is the natural course of events. Homeopathy brings things to the surface or goes back in time to bring forth something that was the cause of the present condition, treated in the present. The cause shows up and then may be treated to eliminate both. sabragibsonhomeopathy.com
 
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