Classical homeopathy , list of antidotes , storing homeopathic remediesWhere can I find a complete list of antidotes to homeopathic remedies ?
It is well known that mint , coffee , eucalyptus neutralize action of
But what about full list ?
And by what principles some substances included in ?
Also homeopathic remedies should be stored as far away as possible from
TV , Radio ...
But why homeopathic remedies are not storied in metal boxes and not
wrapped into metal foil ?
Metal encapsulation provide very good isolation before EM waves.
Rustam on 2006-12-17
There are no universal antidotes to homeopathic medicines.
What is important is to keep your mouth, your surroundings, and your body odor free, while taking the homeopathic medicines.
Strong odors antidote homeopathic medicnes, if present while taking the medicine.
For a good analysis read this book..
The science of homeopathy by George Vithoulkus.
For comprehensive information on remedy relationships, including foods to be encouraged, foods to be avoided and antidotes,
get the book
The encyclopedia of remedy relationships by Abdur rehman.
These books are not available on the net for reading.
You have to buy them,from online book shops.
Google for them. Many sites are available which sell them.
Regarding wrapping in metal foils, it is perhaps avoided due to their ability to get affected by static electricity.
The best and time tested storage medium is woodden boxes.
♥ gavinimurthy last decadeFrom do you get wooden boxes for storing these medicines. I find it difficult to store so many medicines.
Reiki last decadeWoodden boxes to store homeopathic medicines are custom made, and are available off the shelf in India.
Some others use pouches made of some kind of plastic/rexin etc.
See the remedy boxes shown on ABC. Try to get something similar.
♥ gavinimurthy last decade
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