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Sulphur and Aloe

After many years I found a great remedy for my bowel problems: Aloe
But everywhere I read about Aloe, it says this is a complementary remedy to Sulphur. What does it mean? That one should always take Aloe and Sulphur together? According to Kent Sulphur also has a deeper effect than Aloe.

I am taking Aloe 30CH and this is working fine for me. Just wondering if Sulphur needs to be added.

Thank you!
  julianot on 2011-09-29
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
If one is doing better on a remedy there is no need to take a complementary remedy compulsorily. If one does like that one will take sulphur as it complements aloe, then nux as it complements sulphur then another remedy and the sequence will not end.
So stick to aloe if it is working. Again don't get addicted to the remedy, try to take it in minimum doses.
kadwa last decade
That makes sense. Thank you very much for the reply!
julianot last decade
'After many years I found a great remedy for my bowel problems'

Bowel problems must be cured with a correct remedy(s) not dependent upon Aloe.

Aloe is a short acting remedy. However, Sulphur is a deep acting remedy. One must take remedy according to the individual's whole picture not just addressing one symptom.

Homoeopathic remedies must never be self-prescribed as the remedies are very powerful with serious side effects. Wrong potency may lead to more sickness.
nawazkhan last decade
Well, reading Aloe';s description I see my full picture under this remedy and perhaps that is why it is working so great. I just wanted to understand what a complementary remedy is and if one should take the 'main' remedy together, in this case Sulphur.

julianot last decade

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