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Vitamins and Homeopathy

The Homeopathic doctor I consult ( and he has cured me many a times ), always asks me to avoid Sour foods with ANY homeopathic medicine. Is that really a requirement for Homeopathy. If so, does sour food include any kind of Citrus fruit ?

Second question: Can I take Vitamin supplements with Homeopathy. I need certain antioxidants (Vitamin C, Vitamin E, etc)

Thanks a lot -

  konika on 2004-04-20
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Not true. Don't eat/drink, etc. at the SAME TIME as taking the dose. Wait 15 min either way, before and after.

Avoid menthol, camphor, peppermint, etc. The worst is the menthol found in many lip balms. It seems to always be present.

Toothpaste can be avoided by taking the remedy 15 min before using it. Many new toothpastes do not contain peppermint or mint.

Vitamins are OK because they are taken into the stomach for digestion. vitamins match the base or mundane body functions. The body treats them as food.

Homeopathy is taken in the mouth under and around the tongue going into the saliva glands and straight to the brain...no digestion. (never swallow with water) It takes only 2 or 3 min. Homeopathic remedies are taken in as pure energy.

Over 40 years I have met numerous practitioners and doctors that have remarkable belief systems in place. I have tested them all, even coffee. I have found very little to really warn against while using Homeopathy.

These are my findings over time...SABRA
sabra last decade
Thanks for the informations

konika last decade

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