Homeopathy and Aromatherapy Precautions

April 6, 2011 · Print This Article

As with conventional drugs, use precautions when dealing with homoeopathy remedies. This is not to say they are not effect. They are, however some homoeopathy and aromatherapy precautions you should keep in mind to get even better results. Depending on the illness, the homoeopathy and aromatherapy precautions are likely different in every case. And that is because each person is a whole body “system” unto themselves, and what works for one person, will not always work for another.

In general if you are considering, or about to submit to alternative healing, here are some of the homoeopathy and aromatherapy precautions you may want to keep in mind. For instance avoid taking anything with mint in it, and steer clear of mentholated products as well. You might not think about this, but it’s also a good idea to not use scented soaps, essential oils of a certain nature, strong perfumes etc. Bottom line is if you are not sure about what to take, then don’t take it. Always ask the practitioner you are seeing for what homoeopathy and aromatherapy precautions they would recommend.

Homoeopathy and aromatherapy precautions are given to you so you can make sure to avoid situations that would adversely affect the potency of the homoeopathic treatment. This is why it is always in your own best interests to ask what precautions there are so you can avoid them. There is no sense in possibly negating your treatments by inadvertently doing something that would cancel out the effectiveness of the treatments.

If you are using homoeopathic remedies, it is best to use high potency remedies, but remember more does not mean better. Always consult with the practitioner before taking these remedies. Homoeopathy and aromatherapy precautions are given to you so you will make informed choices about how to take the recommended products.

One thing you will be told when taking homoeopathic remedies is that you should avoid using your hands. Dispense onto a piece of paper or into the cap of the bottle instead. This reduces the chances of contamination. As with conventional drugs, stop treatment when the symptoms clear up. However, keep these specific homoeopathy and aromatherapy precautions in mind. In the case of homoeopathic remedies, you MUST stop when the symptoms are cleared up otherwise you run the risk of producing a re-occurrence of the illness.

If you happen to be interested in trying aromatherapy, always consult the practitioner about homoeopathy and aromatherapy precautions for the simple reason that you need to be very careful about what oils are taken internally. In addition there are many oils that are highly toxic and need to be used under the supervision of a certified professional in the aromatherapy field.

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