Homeopathic medicine should be taken on a clean pallet. While on a course of Homeopathic treatment you should avoid strong flavors such as mint (including toothpaste) or camphor. It is also believed that some remedies can experience interference by coffee if followed immediately after taking a remedy.
Remedies are normally taken as pellets that are placed under the tongue (sublingual). Remedies are also manufactured in tincture form and as ointments for topical use.
When taking a remedy in pill or pellet form, avoid contact with the skin (dispensing into the hand). Drop a few pills into the lid of the dispenser and toss directly into the mouth.
Once relief from the symptoms is felt, stop taking the remedy. Only take it again if the same symptoms return, or when your Homeopathic professional prescribes repeating.
What is ANTIDOTING?
If a well-indicated remedy has no action, it is important to check for factors that may cause interference. The following substances and exposures may need to be avoided during homeopathic treatment in order to achieve the best results possible.
Coffee: This is the one substance that is believed most often interferes with the action of a remedy. Some remedies are more sensitive than others, but it is advised in the Homeopathic books to wait a considerable amount of time before or after drinking coffee when taking a Homeopathic remedy. Keep in mind this is an anecdotal observation, since everyone is different. I personally have not experienced coffee interfering unless it is used to actually swallow the remedy.
Electric Blankets: these can affect the action of remedies by altering your body’s electromagnetic field.
Aromatic substances: the avoidance of camphor, eucalyptus, menthol and products that contain them. Fruit flavored balms are OK. Beware of fumes from strong smelling paints, industrial chemicals and cleaning products. Besides the fact that they may antidote your remedies, they are simply not healthy to inhale.
Medications: Homeopathic remedies will not prevent the action of prescription drugs, but some prescription drugs may interfere with homeopathic remedies. When treating yourself homeopathically, it is usually best to avoid topical or internal over-the-counter medications, except to relieve pain. Do not discontinue any prescription medications without conferring with your physician.
Dental work: Dental drilling and the use of Novocain may disturb the effects of homeopathic remedies and you may need to re-dose.
Street Drugs: avoid recreational drugs when taking homeopathic remedies. Alcohol in moderation is not an issue.
Beauty treatments: permanents, electrolysis and aromatic facial and skin products may interfere with homeopathic treatment.
STORING AND HANDLING REMEDIES
Homeopathic remedies can last indefinitely, as long as a few simple precautions are adhered to. An expiration date appears on all vials of Homeopathic remedies due to an FDA mandate, however, technically they do not expire when stored properly. Some mother tinctures prepared a century ago are still in use today.
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