What are some possible detox symptoms of Homeopathy medicines?I just took Conium from my naturopathic physician, and the day after I have swollen lymph nodes in my underarms, and the second day after I have a boil on my butt.
I emailed her with a couple follow up questions with regard to this topic, and she's quick to respond to my queries.
But I thought I'd also post the question here too.
What are some detox symptoms of various homeopathic medicines?
Prism on 2003-08-03
What you are experiencing is a sure sign that the medicine is working on you. Some times one dose itself begins to show its result.
CONIUM is a medicine for the glands. It will take out the infection of the lymphs in your case. The boil on the skin >>>>is the exit route for the morbid matter in the body.
If it becomes severe, slow down with the medicine i.e. reduce frequency or skip for 2/3 days.
At the end of the treatment you would have saved your self from many other ailments that would have resulted over the years if you had not taken this treatment.
♡ PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Also, (I'll post this question in its own topic area also) is it typical or is it unusual to gain weight with homeopathic medicine? I've gained 5 lbs. in 5 days. Could be coincidence, but I've lost 33 lbs. since going on raw foods diet starting May 12, 03 and while I might get suck on one weight for a week, it's never gone up..only down. I took the conium on Aug. 1st.
Oh, I did come across that post you talk about and it was very good, I was relieved when I read it. I also email my N.D. who said the same..it was detox symptoms due to the conium.
Thanks for you response.
Prism last decade
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