Antidote to homeopathy...I've been reading about the antidotes etc like Coffee, Camphor, Menthol etc... but on the small info that I have in my books it says not to have them 20 mins before or after taking homeopathy.
If you have a cup of coffee etc or soda a good 30 mins or hour after the homeopathy would it still act as an antidote, do I need to go T-Total from these?
Stief on 2010-11-13
I have given homoeopathic medicines to children in their juice and to animals in their pet food. Our medicines are often placed in a mixture of alcohol and water first (so clearly alcohol doesn't matter). There are examples in our literature of old homoeopaths putting remedies in the food and drink of patients or patient's relatives (such as those with alcoholism or those unwilling to take remedies such as the insane)and getting cures.
Many of my patients drink coffee, tea, brush their teeth with mint toothpaste, drink herbal teas, drink alcohol. They do not antidote their medicines.
Some patients are especially sensitive to these things though, and while taking them will continuously aggravate their health. No habitual use of a drug like coffee or tea is going to benefit your health in the long run, but in terms of the medicines, homoeopathy is far more powerful.
You will hear conflicting opinions about this. I however can only offer my experience - I am not alone in this I have seen and heard many other homoeopaths who have observed this as well.
♡ brisbanehomoeopath last decade
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