questions about constitutional remediesMany homeopaths advice to take one remedy they suspect might be the right constitutional remedy, 3 doses and then wait 15 days.
My questions are
a) say it is the right one, how long does it keep working, does it get rid of the problem permanently or do I keep taking it from time to time.
b) say it is not the right one, after 15 days do I try another one and wait another 15 days until I find right one?
If so, how often can that be done?
And does taking too many remedies consecutively lead to weakness in body or what happens?
Munabashir on 2013-11-17
For chronic issues you cannot self prescribe. How fast
a remedy works depends on the individual and how
much their life force has been suppressed by other medicines, and if enough symptoms can be seen to
prescribe the remedy that fits everything. Sometimes
one gets a partial fit and then there is another prescription
to take care of what is left.
You need to read more on all this bc it would take a book
to answer these questions correctly. The right remedy
or remedies are to cure the problem permanently and
you don't keep taking it from time to time unless it is
Too many remedies or wrong ones can add additional
symptoms you never had before, and then they need
to be antidoted or you have to find another remedy
that covers everything. google the site of Mary Aspinwall.
On the right side where there is free resources, she has
a free e book on homeopathy that is a good start point.
♡ simone717 8 years ago
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