Post #7 in a 7-part series
Is it OK or recommended to take ____________ with the remedy?
The only situation I hypothesize in which it might be an good idea to take a suppressive medication is where the healing process has been stimulated to occur ...
... but is occurring way, way too fast.
Producing a great aggravation.
As mentioned above, however, I rarely see aggravations at all in my practice.
And those which I do see are so minor and short-lived as to not cause the patient any real distress.
That said, I do not advise any patients to come off of anything - especially not prescription drugs that have been prescribed by another doctor.
However, I often find that a truly good remedy is able to act through pretty much any suppression.
Albeit potentially more slowly.
And that, after a while on this remedy, the patient themselves decides they feel such improvement as to wean themselves off the drugs.
(of course, with the consent of their doctor and the aid of a professional).
For a more extensive treatment of this topic, please refer back to the first post in this Homeopathic Health series.
I hope this series has helped clarify a few things.
Although I can understand it might also have created some more questions!
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