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chamomile tea and sulphur

My son has taken sulpher 200c (one for two days) under the direction of his homeopath for food allergies and eczema... This was last monday. My wife let him take few sips of chamomile tea, and she has also been drinking it, and breastfeeding him. Did we unknowingly antidote the sulphur remedy he took?

  john34 on 2006-10-23
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Better to avoid chamomile tea,when taking homeopathic medicines.

Regarding antidoting,one can't tell for sure.Chamomilla is listed as one of the antidotes for Sulphur.

Better to tell this to your homeopath,and follow his instructions.

bandarbabu2000 last decade
To look at it in another way,if your homeopath prescribed a dose,once in two days,it may be better to antidote it every day, with chamomile tea.!!

That is too frequent a repetetion,for medicines like Sulphur.

Anyway,discuss with your homeopath.He is the best judge.

bandarbabu2000 last decade

he only took the remedy for a total of 2 days.... in other words, just 2 times total.

john34 last decade
That is good. I interpreted your post wrongly.

Then your homeopath is your best bet.Please discuss with him.

bandarbabu2000 last decade
I ask few questions to Mr. Murthy.

Is he a homeopathy himself?

Why should not he replies this question?

Why he directs a patient to other homeopath if homeopaths visit here?

Dose he not have an anser to this question.

From my side: Chamomile tea is a herbal tea, Chamomile is a harmelss herb. I offer this tea to all my patients.
kuldeep last decade
I am not a 'qualified ' homeopath,but a homeopath neverthless.

I gave my advice,you gave your advice,let the patient decide what he wants to do.

bandarbabu2000 last decade
To patient.

Chamomile grows in my backyard. All patients are encouraged to drink its herbal tea.

My personal experience says that it is NOT an antidote in your case.
kuldeep last decade

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