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Bach Remedies - Do they antidote homeopathics?

Do Bach remedies antidote homeopathic medicines? I have read some lists that say yes, others that say no.

My homeopath started me on Bach remedies about 3 months ago, after about 7 months of little to no progress on my homeopathics, and the Bach remedies have been quite a roller coaster ride...

Before finding the right ratio of the remedies, and making them in a single mix, my physical and emotional symptoms from small doses would be severe. Now that we have the mix mostly right, it seems to be helping slightly, but my personal opinion is that it is a parallel and unnecessary effort when it seems I just need more frequent (or higher potency) of my homeopathic remedies.

And now, I have the concern that the Bach remedies could be affecting the efficacy and potency of the homepathics... Thoughts?

And would you agree that the Bach remedies are nebulous, if I have the correct homeopathics, but just need a stronger potency of them?

Also, if one of my symptoms is severe fluid retention (from mercury chelation), and the homeopathics are working, but at a slow pace, can 10M potency be safely taken at 2 week intervals? The fluid drained really well for 3 days this last dose (taken at 3 weeks since the last dose), but then plateaued again. I'm wondering if because of the severity of the symptom, I am needing more frequent dosing to drain the fluid, and move on to other, longer-standing, symptoms...
 
  LuisaMary on 2016-03-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
When treatments are mixed there is problem with assigning credits. Bach Flower therapy won't affect adversely the working of homeopathic remedies. People generally avoid repeating high potency too often. But there is no such sacrosanct rule.
 
kadwa 5 years ago

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