I am eager to know if things such as mint and coffeine can really antidote a remedy, i.e. negate its effect. If this is true, one has to be extremely careful about what one drinks (i.e. coffee, tea and coke) in connection with a homeopathic treatment!
Please either confirm/refute this fact - or myth (?)...
guest user on 2004-09-05
as far as particular substance (food/drink) --this depends upon remedy used;individual's personal sensitivity... most times acid/alkaline balance is affected--so as all acids restricted is manditory .
♡ John Stanton last decade
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