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A remedy that is inimical to another is a remedy that is disagreeing, incompatible, do not follow well. You can give an inimical remedy after the effect of the first homeopathic remedy is not noticeable, and this depends on the homeopathic remedy itself, the vitality of the patient, and the symptoms to be addressed. If you are not sure, one strategy is to give a remedy that would antidote Apis (Nat Mur is a known antidote to Apis).
In my experience, if the remedy does not have material dose (over 12C or 24X), the inimical relationship is not usually a problem.
I hope this helps.
Thierry Clerc –
 
ahmed_1984 7 years ago
It is inimical to Bryonia.
Sir kindly give reference that its inimical to calc carb so i can show the doctor who gave me this.
So your saying there is no solution to this and this problem will continue?
 
ahmed_1984 7 years ago
LYCOPODIUM inimical is coffee. I cannot find lyco and calc carb inimical in any reference. But you know more and have knowledge of field so please also tell what can be done to stop this war going on in body between remedies?

Because lyco 1m had no effect even in feb 2015 and after trying some other remedies it was given again but it had no effect on symptoms as such.
 
ahmed_1984 7 years ago
Inimical remedy A remedy which does not favour the indicated remedy. Its action is harmful.

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mani_jee 7 years ago
You are on 5th day of Calc 30. Please update, if you see further improvement?

Regards,
 
mani_jee 7 years ago
How are you.
 
mani_jee 6 years ago
ahmed_1984// How r u now? Your problem get solved? If yes how?
 
Wiezoox 5 days ago

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