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Beer/Cigarettes & Staphysagria


I'm on dosage of Staphysagria. I'm a regular smoker & I usually take 1 bottle of beer (1 ltr)everyday. However, these days, while I'm on Staph dosage, I've reduced smoking (2-3 cigs/day) & have quit drinking beer, with an assumption that these might nullify Staph's effects.

I was just wondering if drinking beer(if not regularly, once in a few days) & smoking would really interfere Staph's treatment, during or even after the dosage course.

Kindly advice.

And, I'm 24 years old, male.
[message edited by yelah on Wed, 03 Jul 2013 15:16:04 BST]
  yelah on 2013-07-03
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yelah 5 years ago

The answer is No.
simone717 5 years ago

At 24 year of age, I am concerned that you have got addicted to both Smoking and Alcohol.

Please visit:


'Arnica 30c in the Wet dose helps Chronic Smokers to QUIT SMOKING.'

Arnica is also effective in treating Alcoholics to QUIT alcohol.
Joe De Livera 5 years ago

Thanks. I'm looking forward for few responses with some sort of explanation in relation to my query. And, please, I ain't expecting any responses related to 'how to quit smoking with Homeopathy'.

yelah 5 years ago

Look up at the top of the forum- the alphabet, click
S and read on Staphysagria. The antidote for it is
Camphor, you are then not going to antidote it with
the two mentioned substances.
simone717 5 years ago

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