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Fibromyalgia and HomeopathyHello
I have Fibromyalgia, and have a Homeopath, who has taken a detailed case history for my problem. I was recently given a constitutional remedy which I took on 1st May. The remedy was Cal Carb 30C. I noticed improvement in my pain. The other day I had 2 cups of Green Tea, on two different days. On the second day, I had the green tea, the Fibromyalgia pain had returned, where I was in pain all day, and now I get the pain on a daily basis. I have been seeing my Homeopath for two years and have had previous remedies before. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks
coreyc on 2013-05-24
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[message edited by Zady101 on Fri, 24 May 2013 18:35:10 BST]
Zady101 on 2013-05-24You may want to :
A. do a post for dhundhun on here- ask for him in the headline
and he can explain some things about green tea and digestion.
I don't have time to search for what he said, but remember that green
tea does something that slows down digestion. I stopped drinking
green tea after I read what he wrote.
B. I would stop drinking green tea and see what goes on.
C. If you stop it and still have pains, myself I would take another
dose of the remedy. You may have antidoted it and need another dose.
simone717 on 2013-05-24Hi Simone,
Green tea doesn't antidote homeopathic remedies.
She got the pain back due to other reasons...
Zady101 on 2013-05-24This thread continues beneath the following ad.Hi Zady,
I know in theory it should not. However, Kadwa does
not want people to drink tea when taking remedies,
and I have seen other cases where people have eaten
things, that antidoted remedies ( for instance pickled things
antidoted aconite on a person I know) and I have
read cases where strong massage antidoted remedies and
the person had to repeat.
I see homeopaths having arguments about this subject
all the time. Anyway, I don't think green tea agrees
[message edited by simone717 on Fri, 24 May 2013 22:49:41 BST]
simone717 on 2013-05-24
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