How To Avoid Remedy Antidoting An Acute Remedy
Homeopathic remedies can be antidoted. 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 anti-doted.
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.