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is ginger or cinnamon toothpaste compatible?

...with homeopathics?

The only toothpaste I can find without glycerin comes in either mint, cinnamon, or ginger. Anyone?

  Rebecca on 2005-09-06
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You can use any tooth paste while under Homeopathic treatment as long as you do not take Homeopathic medicine at least one hour before or after using the tooth paste.
sahai last decade
Sahai, thanks.

So if I take a dose of say Nat Mur 1M, and then the next day I use mint (toothpaste or whatever) then for the next month the Nat Mur will still be having its effect, even if I never took more than that first dose?

Rebecca last decade
Homeopathic medicines are destroyed by odour/strong smell. If while the odour is still in the mouth, the medicine is taken, it may get partly destroyed. As a thumb rule, one hour is supposed to clear the mouth of any strong smell, mouth being a self cleansing mechanism. After the medicine is taken, no strong smelling item is put in the mouth for one hour to give time to the medicine to get assimilated, without interference, in the system. Once the medicine is assimilated, no odour can stop its course of action unless it is camphor.
sahai last decade
sahai last decade
Thanks Sahai. What is it in the camphor that stops it? THings similar to camphor are okay (like...eucalyptus)?

Rebecca last decade
Camphor(which is also a Homeopathic medicine) antidotes all Homeopathic medicines. It is due its property and not mere odour.
sahai last decade

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