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Smoke & Marijuana affect on Remedies

Hi, I've been taking Homeopathic remedies for about 14 years now and the one thing I've never been 100% sure about is what types of things can counter it's effects.

Anyway I understand that smoke can counter a remedy, so I was wondering if I'm in a fairly smokey pool hall for a few hours will that counter a remedy?
(I'm currently on a 20MM of Sulphur, so I figured I'd ask now.)

As well, does the act of smoking Marijuana counter remedies?

I've heard this debated many times and I use Marijuana on a casual basis, sometimes while on remedies and I cannot tell if it has countered it's effects or not. I know people say smoke can, but when I hear that I assume they mean cigarette smoke which if you know is much more offensive to breathe than Marijuana.
  Xanthos on 2003-03-08
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Anything that leaves a strong taste in your mouth can counter a remedy, so smoking Marijuana can counter remedies and its best to avoid smoking it, though you can still take it by other means, such as in yoghurt or in cakes, as it won't leave a taste in your mouth.

Hanging around in a smokey pool hall will probably not counter the remedies as it leaves no taste in the mouth.
maria last decade

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