Arsenicum Album following Hypericum?Hello,
I am under the guidance of a homeopath, but she is on vacation for a week and I cannot reach her. We have gotten some of my severe digestive issues under control with Arsenicum Album beginning in early September; we then progressed to a remedy starting with I (she did not tell me what remedy this was, but we had to move onto it from Arsenicum Album because I began to have trouble breathing). Regardless, AA took away all of my gas and bloating, a lot of anxiety, and some of my mental symptoms. I have been taking Hypericum for some nerve pain that arose, similar to an injury I sustained a few years ago.
Starting a few days ago my gas and bloating has returned (I've reintroduced dried fruits and beans into my diet, likely aggravating this), and I notice I'm starting to feel a bit like I did a few months ago. Can I take a dose of AA 200C if I took Hypericum 200C yesterday? I read that Hypericum is an antidote to AA.
I very, very much appreciate anyone's help! It means a lot to me. Thank you so much.
[message edited by rileymeagan123 on Fri, 21 Oct 2016 14:53:55 UTC]
rileymeagan123 on 2016-10-21
Take the gassy foods out of your diet and wait for your homeopath to return
To advise you. You can cause problems that do not need to happen
And it is only one week to wait.
[message edited by simone717 on Fri, 21 Oct 2016 15:20:38 UTC]
♡ simone717 3 years ago
In your case, however, I feel you are trying to treat symptoms of one remedy with another. This way, you will land up anywhere bur cure. One needs proper knowledge of assessing the changes in symptom after taking the remedy. Only then one can say what needs to be done next.
DrKulkarni 3 years ago
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