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Antidotes for Rhus Tox and Lachesis.

Dear doctors,

I was prescribed Rhus Tox 1M and Lachesis 1M by a doctor. After taking these, my problems have got horribly aggravated. The present symptoms are:

1.Great toe joint,knee joint and hip joint in the right side of my body seem swollen.

2.Right half of spine seems enlarged, especially in cervical region.There is also a constant dull ache which sometimes radiates to the right arm.

3.Nasal septum has got deviated to the left as facial bones and teeth in the right half of my face seem stiff.

4.Weakness in the left half of the body, especially on waking in the morning.

5.All these problems are further aggravated when rainy season starts.

Eventhough i'm quite well versed with homeopathy, i've been largely unsuccessful at antidoting myself. Please suggest some antidotes.

Thanking you,
  sanketh on 2010-06-29
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Please suggest non homeopathic antidotes, if any.
sanketh last decade
Higher potencies may be antidoted by lower potencies. Lachesis antidotes Rhus Tox. You may take a single dose of Lachesis 30c for only one day (not daily) and see how that affects you in the next 7 days.
kadwa last decade
Hi! I have been in search of some antidotes for Lachesis as well, I have been proving this lachesis for a while, and want it to stop! Took too much... Anyway, a few Anidotes are, salt and alcohol. Thats all I know of so far. Hope this works.
mickvt25 last decade

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