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How long do the effects of dietary antidotes last?


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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In this case it is needed to cease spices of all kinds and WAIT for a level playing field.

When that is achieved study if the chronic problem is better or worse -- then when the remedy was first taken.

If the remedy created an improvement in the 1st instance -- and that has now vanished ... THEN repeat the remedy.
walkin last decade
Thank you for your input. It is much appreciated.

Do you know if stronger potencies are more resilient to antidoting than weaker ones? Three days ago I took 10M Natrum Mur. Will this be easily and permanently antidoted by one spicy meal? According to my studies, such a high potency takes a while to manifest major improvements, so it is difficult to judge whether the antidoting has had a serious effect or not (or if the remedy simply isn't going to work at all). I definitely felt a decline after the meal.

I am uncertain of the time interval to wait, in the case of such a high potency.
happyandhealthy last decade

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