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Question about breastfeeding and homeopathy

I bought some Rescue Remedy spray (occasional stress / anxiety / shortness of breath / panic attacks) and I am wondering about its safety for breastfeeding. Is there anyone who knows about homeopathics and breastfeeding?

I also would like to take Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum (I have laryngitis or something) and my chiro recommended Bella Donna for my thyroid and anxiety issues.

I have hypothyroidism, but right now I am having postpartum thyroiditis so everything is kind of messed up at the moment, I never really know if I am hypo or hyper, lab work shows me as hyper, but that is WITH medication.

Anyway mainly I want to know if it's safe to take the two homeopathics plus the rescue remedy for a 2 month old baby and a 2 year old nurser as well. rescue remedy contains several ingredients and says it's safe for the whole family but it still has the disclaimer 'If you are pregnant or breastfeeding...'

It has Rock Rose, Clematis, Impatiens, Cherry Plum, and Star of Bethlehem
  amyphilo on 2006-12-06
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