Is prescribing Nux.Vom. after Bryonia(antidote)OK?After case taking my homeopath prescribed Bryonia(my complaints Inguinal Hernia,difficulty in shedding weight,knee pain anger etc)After sometime she asked me to go for USG report to verify healing of IH. But I postponed it reminding that I still have pain in knee joint.So she prescribed Nux.Vom.3 weeks after starting Nux I went for USG which did not show any improvement as expected by her.When I searched this forum I learnt that NUX acts as antidote for Bryonia.Does it mean that NUX nullified benefits/healing provided by Bryonia(my constitutional remedy)?
bharatk8 on 2015-11-23
Nux vomica and bryonia are very similar in some respects. Nux can antidote Bryonia.
Bryonia and nux vomica are both deep acting but they are not deep enough to be regarded as constitutional remedies.
Bryonia is indicated when there is aggravation from movement and dryness of mucous membranes. If these two are not there Bryonia is not indicated.
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bharatk8 3 years agoPlease elaborate the term deep acting remedy.
How do a person know he has been prescribed a remedy which is deep enough to be regarded as constitutional remedy?
Is there any list of such remedies(very deep acting)?
Is it possible to prescribe appropriate deeper acting remedy in place of Bryonia?If yes pl.prescribe it.
[message edited by bharatk8 on Thu, 03 Dec 2015 01:38:10 UTC]
bharatk8 3 years ago
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