Coronavirus remedies. Agree or not?Hello everyone,
There's a person I know who prescribes homeopathy to people. I do not agree with his methods as, according to me, he prescribes too many remedies at time, and for too long (for example, he will give 3-4 remedies or sometimes even more 7-8) without asking too many questions and without any followup.
Recently, he advised this as corona prevention and also another protocol in infected
What do you think of his protocol? To me, prescribing so many remedies at a time without asking for symptoms is not a good idea.
What I did not understand is that in the "if infected section", he prescribes Arsenic and Hepar Sulph together, when Hepar Sulph antidotes Arsenic. Can someone put light on that? When I asked him how is it possible to combine Arsenic and Hepar Sulph as one antidotes the other, he got angry and told me he does not like people who research too much about homeopathy... :-/
♥ syria on 2020-04-01
This is poly pharmacy. Can work in some cases and can back fire in many cases esp. sensitive people. However the way corona episode is unfolding, one may need more than one remedy to resolve the whole episode. So even in classical approach one may have to use a series of medicines but case management will be good with less number of remedies or just restricting to one at a time. But this will require good deal of time and effort.
They are a religious sect. and they want to give out a standardised protocol to masses based on belief/faith with little to no extra digging.
Bottomline is stick to classical principles(whichever field may be) wherever possible, only as a last resort take such shortcuts---like something is better than nothing!!
[Edited by maheeru on 2020-04-02 23:30:18]
♡ maheeru 5 months ago
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