Is this an antidote risk?Dear Homeopaths,
I've been very careful to avoid antidoting my latest remedy... egs. avoiding putting it in the same room as an active heater in case of electro-magnetic interference.
But I ate a stir-fry with a strong chilli odour in the room where the remedy was stored. The meal would have been in the room for about 15 minutes. Although I know to avoid strong odours and spices the day I take the remedy (which is going to be Monday) could I already have antidoted the bottle just by having it in the same room as spicy food?
All replies thankfully received.
mccloud on 2010-11-20
The only thing that might destroy a liquid dose's potency is high levels of heat (as from direct sunlight or a close fire).
Homoeopathic medicines are tough, it isn't necessary to coddle them :)
♡ brisbanehomoeopath last decade
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