AntidotesHi all :)
Was reading an article on the net today. Was a homeopath talking about anitdotes to remedies.
Basically he was saying that coffee and mint rarely affected doses as is often purported, but tea tree oil and mentholated inhalents were the biggest culprits.
I have been using Joe de Livera's advice for Arnica and hairloss. I was having great progress up until about 2months ago then progress seemed to have stoppped. It coincides with the time I started using a new shaving gel with tea tree oil in it. Needless to say I have stopped using it.
Any thoughts from the homeopaths on here? Does coffee and mint really affect doses?
Does it only affect the less frequently taken higher doses than the frequently taken 6c or 30c doses?
Would be interested to find out
♥ GaryD on 2005-11-06
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