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Please help! HOw to do Antidoting homeopathic aggravation

Hi,
I made the misktake o medicating my child with Guna Allergy T, a product of Guna Therapeutics...She has runny nose most of the time and I thought she is having allergies like everyone in my family. Then she vomited and vomited...I gave her Ipecac30C pellet in water and no more runny nose but noticed that she is lethargic...and that her feet were swollen...we went then to a homeopathic and gave us a combination of Apis/Belladonna/Echinacea/Levisticum for her fever...now my main problem is her lethargy and swollen feet!

I read in the forum here about "A SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE METHOD TO ANTIDOTE HOMEOPATHIC AGGRAVATION" dated 2013...It mentions the method of diane fuller taking the dose and put in a cup of water, dump, refill, then repeat process until about 12 times...then take a teaspoon of that...

I noticed that when she takes the Apis/Belladonna/Echinacea/Levisticum combination, her swollen feet would reduce in a bit. (The potency is 6C i think, as all of the homeo meds our homeopath uses is 6C.) Take note that the GUNA Allergy T she took has Apis Mellifica 200X as component.
So I have the idea that taking the GUNA Allergy T and do the method by DIanne Fuller will stop that?
Thanks a lot!
 
  Jane77 on 2015-02-19
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
When we use many remedies at a time we should not get into the mess of antidoting the remedy because we don't know which remedy we should antidote. If multiple remedies are repeated for indefinite period the case may become quite confusing as we have a fusion of proving and disease symptoms.

i think that here you should give her three doses of Natrum Mur 30 at a gap of 12 hours and see how that affects over a week. One dose means 2 pills.
[message edited by kadwa on Thu, 19 Feb 2015 05:18:57 GMT]
 
kadwa 7 years ago
HI Kadwa,
Thank you for the reply...the vomiting stopped but She is now having diarrhea this evening...her pulse is fast...sensation of falling while lying on bed...swollen feet subsided now...it's like the picture is ARSENICUM ALBUM....
I really intend to do the method of DIane Fuller...I tried taking the same med this afternoon and I felt dizzy....I then tried the method of Diane FUler using the same med and my dizziness dissappeared in less than 15minutes...

I am afraid of her fast pulse..I wanted to get to the hospital but I am afraid they will give her meds...I just hope she does not developed heart disease?

So, for finality, would u rather recommend the arsenicum album? (Before I try the method of DIane Fuller using the GUNA ALlERGY T? Because the symptoms all point to the remedies included in the GUNA med.) I have 30C here...Maybe I can also get a 6C from a homeopath here.

thanks again..
 
Jane77 7 years ago
Hi Jane,

To make it more clear, All the Diane Fuller method is--
is taking another dose of the remedy but in a more
diluted way. Many times depending on sensitivity or
wrong potency-there can be a strong aggravation.

That is why many homeopaths have a person dissolve the
remedy in water, or dissolve in water and then put
a tsp in another glass and take a tsp out of that- it is
just to make the remedy more gentle.

So it is not "antidoting" anything - and she is not
saying to do this with combo remedies.
 
simone717 7 years ago
Okay, so what should I do? SHe just screamed in fear in her sleep a few moments ago, before 1am...
 
Jane77 7 years ago
Simone,
The picture seems like Arsenicum...I have 30C here...can I give that or get a lower potency say 6C? THe Arsenicum album in GUNA is 12X, 30X, and 200X....
 
Jane77 7 years ago
You can use Arsenicum 30c- mix up 2 drops or
3 pills into a couple tablespoons of water,
then give one tsp as a dose.

You can try this 3 times with gaps of 4 to 5 hours.

If there is a reaction- good or bad--Then you stop
at dose one or two. Wait and watch. Could get a
bit worse and then better. That is a good response.

Then you wait until there is clear evidence that
things are going backwards before each dose if needed in the future.

If after 3 tries you do not have any response
then the remedy is not correct and you go to
another one.
 
simone717 7 years ago
Okay Simone, thanks a lot for the reply...she is sleeping at the time it's 1:30am in our place...so i think it will be best if I postpone the remedy when she's awake to see her response?thanks a lot simone...will update you!
 
Jane77 7 years ago
Oh, by the way...She's just 2 years old...Does she need 3 pills? Or 2 pills will do? THanks
 
Jane77 7 years ago
You can use two pills.
 
simone717 7 years ago
And before each dose, I will stir the water, right?
 
Jane77 7 years ago
Hi Jane,

fyi- a good and trustworthy resource for
acute illness- is

Lia Bello- Nurse homeopath, teacher, over 20 yrs
exp. will do phone consults and follow ups
for $50- She is in New Mexico.

Mary Aspinwall- well regarded homeopath, over 20 years, and teacher will do the same as
Lia Bello ( $50 plus follow ups by phone)
She is in Santa Barbara.

They are excellent and the price is right.

Best,

Simone
 
simone717 7 years ago
Yes, give it a stir.
 
simone717 7 years ago
Ok SImone, will look into that...as I have a keen interest on practicing homeopathy..could you send me their contact numbers to my email add? will they work with chronic illness too?
 
Jane77 7 years ago
Just google them-

Yes they take chronic by phone
consult also.
 
simone717 7 years ago

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