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homeopathy and coffee

Started homeopathy treatment for an ovary cyst I have and want an advice for drinking 1-2 coffee a day if it really interfered with homeopathy pills.
I'm a coffee drinker m any coffees a day, and now with not drinking a coffee I'm not feeling well.
Is it really interferes?
I take my pill in the morning, if few hours later have a coffee it will interfere with the pill?
  nastazia_ck on 2014-03-18
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Can you give more details on exactly what your treatment and dosage is?

For most patients, coffee does not interfere with homoeopathic treatment at all. It is a superstition that has arisen from something else in homoeopathy and has been extended to cover something it was not meant to.

Having said that, some patients CAN be adversely affected by continuing coffee. It is often those patients needing remedies we know are overly sensitive to coffee such as Nux-vomica. Once you cure the state though, and as long as they do not abuse it in the future, they can eventually go back to very moderate use of coffee.
[message edited by Evocationer on Wed, 19 Mar 2014 02:44:10 GMT]
Evocationer 7 years ago
I am a coffee addict.

I used sulpher 6x to cure hemoroids last month.

I use arnica 30x for backaches after shoveling snow; tsp before and after using wet method and no pain at all.

Coffee does not antidote these substances for me.

my .02

tahoejohn 7 years ago

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