AggravationI just go thru aggravation topics but i observed that if the aggravation occur then it means the remedy is perfect and healing on process. But I also read that after aggravation we try to stop it by giving same remedy of low potency as a antidotes.
can some one explain the reason if aggravation occur and healing is on process then why we need to stop it by giving antidotes.
Rayyan1 on 2018-07-23
♡ maheeru 5 years ago
Also in this case do we not change the remedy, please advise.
Rayyan1 5 years ago
If the remedy is wrong then it should not be continued. A new remedy has to be found.
What you asked and i answered was only one situation. Anti dotes will also have to be done when a patient starts to get worse mentally, emotionally after a remedy or if the patient develops suppressive symptom----for example disease moving to an important organ from a relatively less important organ. For example when we give a remedy for skin issue, and the patient goes worse either with Asthma(Lungs important than skin) or with mental illness(Mental state is very important and top on the hierarchy) then this is not the way cure will proceed---this is suppression or reverse cure.
For anti doting many strategies are there. Using a higher potency, lower potency, listed anti dote, and follower remedy to the previous remedy that covers current symptoms. Which one will have to be used will depend on experience and skill levels of the h'path.
♡ maheeru 5 years ago
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