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antidotes to homeopathic remedies


In your experience, what substances, smells, etc. could disrupt or eliminate the effectiveness of remedies?

When I went through homeopathic treatment a couple of year ago I was warned against strong smells, like eucalyptus, for example, or strong mints.

Are certain substances specific antidotes to certain remedies, or are they antidotes across the board, affecting all homeopathic remedies?

I frequently use tea tree oil, and would like to know if it would disrupt or render my homeopathic treatment ineffective.

Thank you for your time:
  marinastar on 2006-07-19
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Coffee and Camphor are two major antidotes to many homeopathic remedies, but each rememdy has its specifics so it's worth looking up on an on-line materia medica, which will list any antidotes at the bottom of the remedy profile.

It is important to avoid strong tastes and smells just prior to , and after taking a remedy sublingually , so many homeopaths tell you this as a precaution so you don't interfere with the remedy at the time of taking.

In my experience, tea tree oil is fine.
carlotta last decade

Many thanks for your advice and suggestions. :))))

I'll definitely be checking the Materia Medica to make sure my treatment goes as it should.

Have a great day:
marinastar last decade

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