Homeopathic remedies

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Homeopathic remedies

Postby welshie » Thu 31 Jan 2008 21:23

I know the sample diet says not to take supplements, but what about homeopathic remedies? I've been thinking about seeing a homeopath about my skin for ages and maybe now is the right time as i've given my system a kick start. Also, there is a cream called calendula cream- what do you think? I was thinking of putting it on my spots when they're angry/sore, to soothe them
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Postby johndela1 » Sat 02 Feb 2008 18:59

I think there is a lot of confusion on what Homeopathy is.

homeopathic substances are essentially water (diluted to the point that there are no longer any molecules of the original substance left) that are supposed to have some information of another substance in them somehow

see:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeopathy
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Postby welshie » Sat 02 Feb 2008 19:27

i know a little about it and have some faith in it.
so can i use it?
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Postby dionysus » Sun 03 Feb 2008 01:15

Don't think you will need it welshie :)

Give yourself time on the 100% Sample Diet and see how thinks go.
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Postby RRM » Wed 13 Feb 2008 17:59

I agree. Just have faith that the diet works for you and then you dont need to rely on your faith in homeopathic medicins.
Just let it go for just a while; you can always go back whenever you want.
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