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Too Confusing to the Body
Somehow it has been touted that giving combination remedies is the answer to using homeopathy as a quick-fix solution to illnesses and injuries. Combination remedies is not the answer.
Homeopathy works on the principle of energy. Each homeopathic remedy has its own specific energy. Therefore, if you give several at one time, it is confusing to the body to know which one to utilize.
An analogy: If ten people are all talking to you at the same time, it is not possible to hear any one of them clearly. You may hear a little something from one and a little something from another, but it is all garbled. The same is true when taking a homeopathic remedy. Your body may respond a little bit to one remedy, and then another, and then another, but it does not get the full message from any one of those remedies.
It is vital to take or give one remedy at a time, and then wait and see how the body reacts to that one remedy. If there is no reaction at all, then it wasn’t even close to the appropriate remedy. When there is a reaction, then you have to know whether that reaction was working toward healing or a counteraction…sometimes called an aggravation…that the body brought forth. Because whenever the body is repairing, restoring, or healing, it must bring forth the symptom in order to start that healing process.
I don’t want to discourage people from using homeopathy, but it must be used properly in order to get the results you want, which of course, is to stimulate the body to heal. You will not get that result using combination remedies.
I am here to help, so rather than guessing or deciding from something you read on the Internet, email me. I’m happy to help. firstname.lastname@example.org