How To Avoid Antidoting A Remedy
Homeopathic remedies can be antidoted.
Learn how to not to antidote a remedy.
Avoid all of the products or situations below to ensure that the homeopathic remedy remains active.
Water dosing a homeopathic remedy is the best way to ensure that the remedy can be dose repeated, therefore reducing any risk of it being antidoted.
Coffee and Black Tea
- Coffee can also interfere with the remedy’s action.
- If you are a coffee drinker, try to limit your use to the minimum or none while on a remedy.
- Dose your remedy 1 hour after drinking any coffee.
Dental Work, Surgery and Other Medical Procedures
- These can antidote the remedy action.
- You will need to repeat doses if many cases and this often requires the assistance of a professional Homeopath.
Direct Sunlight Or High Heat
- Direct sunlight, high heat or high temperatures and too cold temperatures will deactivate the remedy.
- Keep remedies away from sunlight/hot areas of your home. Don’t leave remedies in a car in the heat.
- Products with these ingredients can antidote and interrupt a remedy’s action!
- Avoid All Of These!
- All camphor or eucalyptus smelling or containing products
- Vick’s Vapor Rub
- Ben Gay
- Tea Tree Oil
- Tiger Balm
- Sea Breeze
- Chapsticks containing camphor or eucalpytus
- These may deactivate a remedy, so please avoid their use during treatment.
Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR)
- Don’t leave remedies next to your microwave or cell phone.
Prescriptions And Drugs
- Prescription drugs, some over-the-counter drugs will antidote a remedy.
- Chinese herbs and/or medicinal herbs and certain nutritional supplements can all negatively influence a remedy’s action.
- Strong mints, Altoids, mouthwash, menthol, peppermint, etc. can antidote remedies.
X-Ray Equipment At The Airport
- If you are flying, put your remedy in the basket provided for exposed film when you go through security.