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Do you have to kill animal to make remedy?

Hi, I have an patient who doesn't want to take her remedy if animal or fish were killed in order to make remedy for her belive. I prescribed sepia 30c. Does anyone know if cuttle fish got killed when the ink was collected for homeopathic remedy?
  ichimuu on 2009-12-13
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
When cuttlefish releases its ink as a defense against a predator, ink can be obtained. Or ink can be obtained from caught fish. Cuttle fish is sold and eaten in almost whole world.
girilal last decade
Thank you Girilal. My patient's point is she refuse to take or use any products if killing animal or fish is the consequence of making products. It is politically incorrect for her.
That's the reason why she is vegetarian but eat cheese and eggs, she wears leather but not fur as cow doesn't get killed for leather, leather is the second product.

So back to sepia - she will take sepia remedy either the ink was collected when it released or the ink was leftover of other purpose - i.e. eating.
I can presume cuttlefish won't get killed only purpose for remedy but I need to make sure 100% as it was required by the patient.

So please anyone???

ichimuu last decade
Girilal has answered this question with respect to Sepia, and probably nothing else need be said.

Nonetheless, while I myself am not even a homeopath, I have read extensively on matters related to this subject heading. In case someone else is curious to read further, I'll add this:

While some other animal remedies, such as Apis (honeybee) are made from the whole animal, there exist nascent systems of 'electronic homeopathy,' or perhaps more properly, 'homeopathy-inspired' systems, which purport to produce a 'homeopathic' potentized remedy electronically, without physical dilution and succussion. If one can risk the additional controversy and confusion that comes from association with systems further out on the fringe, one could read about the work of the late Jacques Benveniste, and Cyril W. Smith, and anything under the topic 'bioresonance.'

I myself have been treated with an electronic 'bioresonance' system by a practitioner who used it in consultation with a homeopath. For what it's worth, I believe this practitioner helped me more than everyone else put together, to date.
madscientist37 last decade
I hope this is not a tangent too far, but there are also some systems that were developed with even less explicit reference to homeopathy. One such system or class of systems is 'radionics.' Some 'radionic' devices are even advertised as being able to produce a 'homeopathic' remedy from a physical object. That object could be a live animal.

I have not yet been treated with a device advertised as 'radionic,' but I suspect that one or more of the 'bioresonance' devices with which I have been treated, were closely related to radionic devices and perhaps derived from them without due credit.

As with homeopathy, these systems are also not yet explained by science. But if they work, they could help those who don't want to kill any animals -- or even plants.
madscientist37 last decade
Ichimuu, when I composed my first reply, I had not yet seen your second. I do wish you luck in finding certified 'no-kill Sepia.'
madscientist37 last decade

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