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is there any date rape drug in homeopathy??

Dear members, some days ago when I went with one of my friends to his house I was offered a Jaljira drink. I had smelled a very faint smell of some homeopathy medicine. I am not sure but beleive it was something like that mixed with the drink. after drinking it, within some minutes I felt a very strange sexual urge which seemed to me an artificial feeling. as there were others, I had managed the situation. my question is, is there any such drug in homeopathy???
  Sayani on 2010-08-23
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Since you are looking for such drug in homeopathy ...

the bad news is that: there is none such.
girilal 9 years ago
Homeopathic medicines are smell less the smell that one sets is of ethanol(ALCOHAL),the remedy itself has no smell.
bapu4 9 years ago
i am not searching for any such drug. I am only checking wheather my suspision is write or wrong. I know that the smell is of alchohol. But this smell is unique to homeo medicines.
I came to know Cantharis has such properties. But is there any other drug?
Sayani 9 years ago

No homeopathic remedy can be used as a date rape drug. Remedies won't cause effects similar to such drugs.
maheeru 9 years ago
Girilal reads between the lines. He has tasted water from all parts of the world and it is not easy to fool him.
We are really fortunate to have Girilal and we also unfortunate that we have people who start such threads and also give their own remedy suggestions.
Thank God that all such ideas and remedy suggestions are useless.
kadwa 9 years ago
respected doctors, i do not know why you are suspecting me. Is it fair? None of u know me.
Sayani 9 years ago
Homeopathy International 1 9 years ago

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