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Hi, what is the antidote for Calcarea Arsenica, I could'nt find it in the materials I have?

Thanks for the help.

  RajanTX on 2010-03-07
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Depending on symptoms: Source Clarke

Carb. v. (palpitation); Glo. (headache); Puls. (headache, tearing pains in face).
dhundhun last decade
Dear DhunDhun,

Thanks for your reply/help.

Carbo Veg helped me big time on the messy head & somewhat on palpitations aggravations CalcArs gave.

What if CalcArs also messed up on the sleep pattern that is not able to sleep properly after taking CalcArs, will CarboVeg take care of that too?

When we anidote the remedy, it should completely antidote it, is it different scenario with CalcArs, what is so different with CalcArs?

Thanks for all the help.

RajanTX last decade
Antidotes does not remove entire symptoms, so there are couple of medicines suggested.

Removing unwanted effect:
1. Antidotes may or may not remove entire symptoms. Depending on symptoms antidotes are selected.
2. Sometimes same medicine is used in different potency in very small quantiry.
3. Time also helps in healing.

For sleeplessness Puls might help. Carb V and Glo are not commonly used for sleeplessness.

The medicines, which are similar in action to Calc Ars and sleeplessness are Ars, Nux-v, Sep and Sulph. Check references, some one from this list could be helpful.
dhundhun last decade

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