antidote Coffea CrudaHi I was wondering how to antidote Coffea Cruda?
I have been reading the materia medica written by Allen Corson (on the internet).
Now I wonder if Sulphur is just as good antidote to Cofea cruda as pulsatilla.
I would prefer to take Sulphur cos I am a grown up man with hair loss.
But I'm not sure if it helps as much, should I take Puls. first and then take Sulp. witch antidote Puls. Or shoul I just go fore Sulp. directly?
Any advices would bee appreciated.
This is what the Materia Medica says about this issue:
Antidotes.- (Coffea cruda)
Acon., Cham., Ign., Nux v., Puls.
Chronic affections from abuse of coffee require Cham., Ign., Merc., Nux v., Sulph.
fakatativa on 2011-05-04
fakatativa last decade
To take for ex. Pulsatilla first to bee really sure, or start directly with sulphur?
But will Sulphur really help?
fakatativa last decade
Do you understand what an antidote is, what it is used for?
You realise that if you start taking more remedies on top of the one that has caused problems, there is a risk of more side effects?
The list of antidotes are not meant to be used mechanically. You would use Sulphur if you are having a reaction that matches the symptoms of Sulphur, the same with Pulsatilla, Aconite, or the others. I have found Iodum to be a useful antidote as well for Coffea (meaning the symptoms are similar to those produced by Coffea). In fact the exact reaction would determine which remedy you might need, and it is possible that an antidote might not be on the established lists at all.
If you took the Coffea more than a few weeks ago, then an antidote will not work. Instead the old and new symptoms would need to be used to come to a different remedy, one that very likely will not be on the list of antidotes.
♡ brisbanehomoeopath last decade
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