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How to antidote inimical remedies?

I had skin issues and a homeopath gave me the combination of Apis + Astacus + Urtica 30c. A few weeks later she also prescribed me Bryonia 200c and Rhus 200c, while I was taking Apis + Astacus + Urtica 30c. After taking Rhus in a few weeks I started to develop eye symptoms. My eye was 100% healthy before. These eye symptoms includes

1) Eye inflammation (conjunctiva and eyelid swelling)
2) Dryness of the eyes with no discharge
3) Black eye floaters
4) Macular degeneration of the retina.

5) after above inimical combo I also became extremely sensitive to homeopathic remedies. I started to prove a single dose of 30c of pretty much any remedy.

So what's happening?
How can I antidote this?
[Edited by atari2008 on 2022-08-09 01:36:01]
  atari2008 on 2022-08-09
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anuj srivastava 3 months ago
Thanks Anuj. Just letting you know that I have used Camphor 30c a couple of times before but it hasn't done anything in antidoting this. Do you think 200c could have a positive impact?

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atari2008 3 months ago
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