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high sensitivity to remedies, with explosive rage at higher doses

it's been noted that i am highly sensitive to remedies. very weak doses tend to have a great effect on me.

i can't even dispose of remedies disolved in water by pouring them down the sink as i will react from inhaling the vapours.

a strange thing has begun to occur when i take a higher dose of a remedy... althogh i admit i have a bit of a temper and am impatient, a bizare rage-like furiousity swells within me over a day or two, until i finally explode on some one (usually my wife, unfortunately).

i will start off very angry and eventually detail every little thing i can think of as an irritant and essentially acuse the victim, in furious red0-faced anger.

afterwards, i feel horribel and guilty and know i was in error. i appologize and attempt to make amends, but this is a crazy mindless rage that i can't explain...

my homeopath suggests i may need to talk to a psychologist - can anyone else advise why i may explode at these potencies despite not feeling like i have an anger issue at other times in my life?
 
  questa on 2011-04-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
It seems that you have taken too many remedies, one after another, especially Nux V and Lycopodium. Now you have become oversensitive to homeopathic medicine.

I would recommend you to take a single dose of Teucrium marum verum 200. It will antidote the previously taken remedies. Also please do not get scared as Teucr 200 will not react to you but you would feel better in your symptoms. In the meanwhile please procure Phosphoric Acid 30 that may be required afterwards.

Please update me in two days.

regards,
[message edited by mani_jee on Mon, 18 Apr 2011 20:02:07 BST]
 
mani_jee 9 years ago
none of that is true.
i have taken a series of remedies, perhaps four or five different types, over a year or so, but that's not too many nor were they one after the other.

also, i have never taken Lycopodium, but i have taken Nux V.

what has made you assume i took these?
 
questa 9 years ago
The main reason that a person overreacts to medicines, is because their chronic disease state possesses this as one of it's qualities. This means that your chronic disease remains uncured, and you are being given the wrong remedies.

When you get the same reaction to any remedy, this means it is not the remedy but you - it is part of your problem and needs to be addressed alongside the other problems you have.

In many ways, a remedy is like a traumatic experience, you react to them with the same defences you might to any other invading influence. Getting the same reaction each time to different remedies means that one aspect of your defence system is continuing to overreact, because it needs to protect something that is not being healed.

I have a fair number of ultrasensitive clients in my practice. All of them ceased to overreact when their true simillimum was prescribed. It was possible using the advanced methods of dosage devised by Hahnemann to minimize this reaction even with the wrong remedies.
 
brisbanehomoeopath 9 years ago
ok, that's a very thought-out statement and sounds good, but i'm a bit confused... i hear what you're saying but i don't know what you're implying.

do you mean:
a) my homeopath is correct. i have a pyschological predisposition to an explosive temper and need to see a psychologist before any remedies will help me.

b) my homeopath is wrong. an explosive temper is one of my body's more obvious defenses to the 'trauma'-like reaction of an ill-suited remedy. i should keep trying for the correct remedy, but perhaps with a different homeopath

c) a mix of a and b - i should keep trying different remedies with a different homepath until i'm cured, meanwhile my explosive temper is my problem and perhaps a psychologist could assist with it

d) something else

...if you could elaborate, i would appreciate it!
 
questa 9 years ago
A) no this is completely wrong. A remedy will help you if it is correct - this sounds like an admission of failure to find that remedy to me.

B) Yes I think so, unless the homoeopath shows a little more determination and confidence in homoeopathy.

C) I have no confidence in psychology as a therapeutic tool, only as a scientific one (so they can discover many valuable things about the human psyche, but have no tools for healing). Homoeopathy on the other hand can both discover and cure, and remains superior in all ways.

You need someone with the skill, experience and confidence to deal with the problem, rather than trying to shift the responsibility. If your homoeopath cannot do it, then they should be referring you to a more experienced homoeopath. It seems to me this person is more keen to let homoeopathy take the blame rather than acknowledge their own personal limitations. This is unacceptable and unethical.

I personally do not find much hope for you with any person who cannot admit to their own mistakes. It is probably in your best interest to move on.

None of us can cure 100% of the people we see. It is fine to admit that someone might be beyond your ability - that is just part of being an imperfect human being. But blaming homoeopathy for the failure - now that really frustrates me. Leading you away from homoeopathy is almost as unethical behaviour as you can get from a homoeopath.
 
brisbanehomoeopath 9 years ago
ok, that's sort of what i thought - homeopathy should assist me, not be put aside.
i too, have limited faith in psychological treatments.

in my homeopath's defense, she doesn't seem to be blaming homeopathy at all - but she also does seem to be shifting her focus. perhaps she's more multi-disciplinary than a standard homeopath, but i'm still not interested... just saying, i believe she's being true to her variation of the craft and ethical, regardless.

would you know of a reputable homeopath in Toronto Ontario Canada?
 
questa 9 years ago

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