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dietary antidotes and their duration


I understand from my study of homeopathy that pepper, ginger and other stimulating substances can antidote remedies used to treat CHRONIC cases. Is this antidotal effect temporary (will wear off) or permanent (i.e. requiring a repeat of the remedy)?

My main references: Practical Homeopathy by Vinton McCabe, Homeopathic Psychology by Philip M. Bailey, MD.
  happyandhealthy on 2006-02-16
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