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Stop It! How to Antidote a Bad Drug Reaction

Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na)

January 3rd, 2016  |  69 Comments

 

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So often, my clients report that they have taken a drug and subsequently experienced mild, to even serious, side-effects that linger beyond their expectations.

For example, steroid creams used for skin conditions such as eczema often wind up costing the person years of post-steroid cream withdrawal. *(See below for more information on this phenomenon.)

Or use of birth control pills followed by lifelong endometriosis.

Or, after a short run of antibiotics, a person suffers for years from gut dysbiosis keeping them from being able to eat wheat, dairy and a host of other common foods. Learn more about how I uproot this in my online course Good Gut, Bad Gut.

What’s most upsetting, however, is, the fact that, too often, most doctors don’t recognize or acknowledge these side-effects or withdrawal symptoms as having been caused by the very drug they prescribed to treat and/or cure their patients in the first place.

Instead, they tend to blame genes, age, lifestyle or just about anything else, whether scientifically sound or not.  

After all, who wants to admit they caused a new pathology with their last ‘expertly chosen’ prescription?

If the doctor asked his drug rep if this or that drug could cause an entirely new disease, what do you suppose the drug rep’s response would be?

That’s where you come in. Where it’s absolutely critical  you do your homework.

Let’s face it.  

No one else in your life has the power you have to do this.

No one else has the time and devotion to put in this type of effort.

That is, no one else but you (and perhaps, maybe, your mother).

This is also where homeopathy comes in. Not only because it is the medicine we all thought we were getting in the first place (you know, the one we expected to actually cure what ails us), but because homeopathy can set us on a track that not only resolves our original complaint, but also addresses any new issues caused by previously unsuccessful treatments.  

Pardon me, as I realize I am beginning to ramble here. Let’s get back to the subject of anti-doting.

Given that each illness, each person, and each reaction to a drug is different, it seems a daunting expectation that a chemical reaction can be halted with a homeopathic medicine, but to a certain degree, it often can.

Take Sulphur 30 or 200, for example.

When Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, the Father of Homeopathy, was practicing in Germany during the late 1700s, he opened nearly every case with Sulphur in homeopathic potency.

He did this in order to antidote the myriad of drugs people were taking at the time. 

Yes, people took plenty of drugs back then, too, because their doctors were doing the same then as they are now.

Morphine for simple headaches. Cocaine for teething. Laudanum, mercury, and the list goes on.

Though to my knowledge, I don’t know of anything to help antidote blood-letting.

However, there is also the ill use of a homeopathic remedy as well.

Most folks who use homeopathy understand that the use of the wrong homeopathic remedy, especially if used too frequently, can actually cause what the medicine was intended to correct.

For the zealous beginner, this can sometimes become a problem.

The solution?

Several good sniffs of mint, camphor or other aromatics can occasionally antidote the action. I’ve seen it antidote a reaction within minutes, while other times it can take a period of a few days, with repeated inhalations.

But one of the most universal antidotes is Camphor 200.

The way I use this remedy is the way I observed the Drs. Banerji using it.

That is, one dose for one day, only as an opening to nearly every case.

There is a general assumption that drugs used in the past need to be reckoned with before the new, hopefully well-chosen remedy is administered.  

With this in mind, a case of eczema related to allergies might look like this:

Day 1: Camphor 200, 1 dose, one day only. Then stop.(To help clear the slate)

Day 2: Antimonium crud 6, twice daily for 6-8 weeks, then assessed. (For itchy eczemetous skin)

Day 2: Bovista 200, every other day for 6-8 weeks, then assessed. (For allergies in general)

 

*Interested in learning more about steroid withdrawal syndrome? Check out the not-for-profit website www.Itsan.org, started by a dermatologist and patient who noted the connection between worsening of skin conditions over time when steroids were used.

I agree with their premise, but not necessarily their methods.

I suffered from this condition myself after having steroid ointments on my skin from the time I was 6 weeks old until 13 years old because of eczema.

I might add that my parents were warned to use it sparingly, yet it was used nonetheless.

It did what it promised; it made the itching and unsightly appearance seemingly disappear; at least in the short haul.

But no matter how little was used, as long as it “worked” it caused damage that took me decades to undo.

I must add that homeopaths have known this for over two centuries, which is why I expound each week to find an alternative to synthetic drugs whenever possible.

Please accept my apologies if I seem to carry on about this, but once again, homeopathy is the answer to this devastating drug reaction.

I’d love to report that a simple dose of Sulphur 30 or Camphor 200 will right all the wrongs, but it’s not quite that easy when the damage is extensive.

The way I laid out the remedies above is an example of how this can be done.

For a more in-depth explanation on how steroid dependency can be uprooted, you might be interested in my online course, Skin: The Ugly Truth.

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69 thoughts on “Stop It! How to Antidote a Bad Drug Reaction”

  1. Melissa White says:

    My son is currently taking inhaled steroids. Will this protocol, with the intent of antidoting previous medicines, affect his current one? Ultimately, we would like to heal him and remove all medicines, but that is not possible right now.

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      I sounds like he’s presently using homeopathics. IF that’s correct and they are improving his breathing, you wouldn’t want to antidote what is acting favorably by employing Camphor.

  2. Paola says:

    So my friend’s daughter is suffering from a condition that is basically withdrawal from the cortisone steroid cream (which was used to treat/suppress eczema). The withdrawal symptoms include red burned skin (Cantharis?), nausea, mood swings, etc. It sounds really quite painful and traumatic for the sufferer. Would camphor be useful in these situations? I wonder how often…

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      Camphor is only step one in making the correction. Now we use the homeopathics that will address the specific symptoms of burning. Cantharis can be considered but so might the source of the condition in the 1st place, such as food intollerances, allergies, hormonal shifts (if she’s menstuating or close to it), etc.

      The number of times Camphor is used is once and only once…at the opening of the case. The only time we’d consider using it after that one time is if more medication or an incorrect remedy was used.

      1. mtembon says:

        Thank you so much for this information. Can I ask for further clarification on the use of Camphora? I am confused about what is meant in the Banerjis’ protocol for Drug-Induced Dermatitis (p. 70 of their book), when they say to alternate Camphora 200C and Antimonium Crudum 6C, one dose every 3 hours alternately, till complete relief. Is this for something other than recovery from topical steroids? Thank you in advance for any advice you can offer.

        1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

          Any drug that may be the cause of the condition would call for this protocol; steroids included.

          1. mtembon says:

            I am going through the same Topical Steroid Withdrawal mentioned above, 9 months into withdrawal. From your response I conclude that I should follow the Banerji protocol which includes a lot of Camphor over a period of weeks or months. I hope I am understanding correctly.

            Thank you again. I am so grateful. Homeopathy gives me hope where allopathic medicine has failed me.

  3. Cheli says:

    Thank you as always, Joette. Good call to explain the Camphor. It makes sense!

  4. Sarah B says:

    Joette, We use a tooth brushing oil blend (containing eo of: cinnamon, peppermint, spearmint, clove, myrrh and manuka – in almond oil) and alternate with a brushing rinse of 1% food-grade hydrogen peroxide (also contains eo of peppermint, rosemary, eucalyptus, lemon, clove and cinnamon). My question is, are we antidoting any homeopathics whenever we brush our teeth?
    I had always thought that if we had taken homeopathics, we could wait a given amount of time and then it was safe to take or use mint.

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      If the remedies are acting, you are not anti-doting.

  5. Suzie homemaker says:

    AMEN! I just in last 3 days gave your site to 2 people. one will read this I hope and have an eye or both open. she has the red packages on face. I can’t spell that’ll the other is a life long friend who i lived across road from. I prayed God would give me her new address. she sent me Christmas card with her #. called her. now hope she will take this info and use it. her kid has croons (sp again) disease. she is a nurse so ………

  6. Laurie says:

    Hi Joette! So if my grandson who was born prematurely(7-8 wks) almost 5 yrs ago and was given steroids for lung development, would this be a good time to clear with Camphor and then start the eczema protocol. He is suffering with eczema that comes on in winter and shows blotchy red with itching. I know his mother gives him apple cider baths to help. Blessings!

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      We open the case with Camphor 200. Giving him a remedy for eczema would be like opening the case.

      1. Laurie says:

        Great!!

  7. Rajdeep says:

    Will sniffing or chewing mint or using perfumes that contains aromatic substance antidote the remedy I’m currently taking?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      If your remedies are acting, they are not causing trouble. IF you’re seeing no improvement, then you might want to stop chewing and sniffing mint. Perfumes that have aromatics, unless very concentrated, will likely not be of concern.

  8. MommyB says:

    So what if you are taking the RIGHT remedy for too long? I am assuming previous symptoms will return? I know you are supposed to stop when symptoms have diminished but I am wondering what happens if the right remedy is taken too long? Is it possible for NEW symptoms to arise, and if so, should they be antidoted with Camphor?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      The right remedy when taken past its completion becomes the wrong remedy because it’s no longer needed. SO if you take it past its need either old symptoms will return or even new symptoms may present.

      Think of it this way: If you had a headache and you took Ibuprofin and the headache dissappeared, yet you continued twice daily for days or months, would it not cause a problem?

      Remember, homeopathy is not supplements, herbs or home remedies, it is medicine.

      1. Gayane says:

        Joette, so if new symptoms chronic sinusitis, for example, appeared after taking correct remedy for too long and old deeper symptoms such as anxiety disappeared/ became better, would you still need to use Camphor to antidote or would you find a new remedy just for new symptoms or old ones that became worse? My 3 year old was taking silicea and lyco for anxiety, stomach problems, allergies and occasional sinusitis, his stomach became better

        1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

          I use Camphor only when nothing good came from the previous schedule. When there’s good, even small, I leave it alone and move forward

  9. Sara says:

    Thanks for sharing this protocol for eczema. I’d like to try it for my one year old baby who is suffering from eczema related to food and environmental allergies. I’m wondering if the doses listed (Camphor 200; Antimonium crud 6) is the same for a baby too?
    Is it preferable to give the pellets straight from the bottle or dilute in water as sometimes suggested for little ones?
    She was on a homeopathic constitutional remedy from a classic homeopath, but it hasn’t worked so I stopped a couple weeks ago. I’d like to now try this protocol. It sounds like I should start with camphor to create a clean slate?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      When a remedy isn’t acting, its a good practice to start over again with Camphor 200. The number of pills can be cut back by half but generally the number of pills is the same and they can be put in water as well to make it easier to administer. all of these ways work.

  10. Jennifer Mills-Beale says:

    I’m a nursing mom. My 3-month-old just had eczema all over his chest and belly. Could it be a delayed reaction to antibiotics put in his eyes right after birth?

    I also have eczema occasionally on my buttocks and I’ve had acne since I was 13yrs old (I’m now 27yrs). An allergy test I did shows that I’m sensitive to chicken and carrots. When I consume dairy I have flare-ups on my face almost immediately, but it goes away after a week or two. Lately, I’ve been inconsistent with my restrictive diet. Is it possible that my food sensitivities have transferred to my son?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      Yes, it is not only possible that what you or your husband have suffered is what your child inherits but likely. As for eczema after antibiotics in the eyes, I’d not make the connection.

      Should you be interested, you might want to look at my course, Good Gout Bad Gut on courses.joettecalabrese.com. It covers exactly how to use homeopathy for exactly this condition.

    2. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      You bet! He’s made of your DNA, so it stands to reason. I wouldn’t consider the antibiotics used once in the eye would cause this. Should you be interested in learning how to treat your self and family for such conditions, feel free to go to our Good Gut Bad Gut Course.

  11. Mindy says:

    I have a lot of skin issues and food intolerances. Do you think sulphur 30c would work as well as camphor 200c to “clear the slate” for that one time dose? I have the sulphur in my kit is why I ask. Also would it be good to take a one time dose of the sulphur while I wait for my comphor 200 to arrive. Thanks for sharing so much of your knowledge.

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      No, I would not open a case with Sulphur. The world is a different place than it was in Dr. Hahnemann’s day.

  12. Sara says:

    I’m wondering if using a protocol remedy for eczema will essentially mask the deeper issue and act similarly to medicine or steroid cream in clearing the condition but covering up the particular person’s causes for it? Since it’s a “one size fits all” remedy for something that can have varied underlying causes, I’m posing this question since I understand that homeopathy usually goes by the particular symptoms of any condition.

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      If you sustain a head injury, do you use Arnica montana 200? If you know anything about homeopathy, of course you do! Does it suppress symptoms because it works universally? Of course not! THen why would it be any different with a skin condition?

  13. Sara says:

    After 6-8 weeks, if the eczema seems better, you stop the remedy and is it possible that it is healed for good?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      A good way to understand how this works is to listen to or read my podcast #12.

  14. Corinne says:

    my dog was recently diagnosed with Lyme at the vet. He has not had any symptoms. The vet prescribed doxycycline, which I started him on last Friday evening. He is having a strong adverse side effect to this (excessive thirst – up to 1/2 gallon water per day) so I have stopped the drug, his last dose was at 6 pm last night. Can I use the camphor on him to antidote the doxy?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      Camphor won’t antidote any value coming from the drug but will help clear the slate. the day after a last dose would be a good place to start.

      1. Corinne says:

        Thank you! I will need to order the camphor so it will be a few days before I can administer it. I just read your lyme protocol in Dogs Naturally Magazine online and am interested in following that instead of trying a different kind of antibiotic. My dog is in good health and shows no symptoms of Lyme, it just showed up on his Snap test at the vet. Do I follow steps one and two in that case? And if i understand correctly, weight has nothing to do with dosage, correct?

      2. gkuintzle says:

        so does camphor antidote good and bad? In other words, if you are taking several homeopathic remedies, one is not working. You have used several others with great success. Will taking the camphor antidote all the remedies you have taken previously?

        1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

          The way I see it is like this: Camphor (and other antidotes) stop/s the action of the medicines being used at present. It will not make a sweeping erase of the good that has been established in the past.

  15. Sarah says:

    I am having trouble finding a place to buy Camphor 200. I recently bought your top 100 remedies kit, but I see that camphor is not in it. It is not available on Amazon either. Any ideas where I can purchase this remedy?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      I just looked on Amazon and Boiron has it for $7. Its called Camphora 200.

  16. Sara says:

    You write that “several good sniffs of mint, camphor or other aromatics can occasionally antidote the action.” Does this mean that when someone takes a homeopathic remedy they should not drink mint tea (my favorite type!) or use peppermint essential oil (for fever, which I tend to do)? Also, when on the remedy Antimonium crud 6 you describe above is it ok to take other remedies for acute situations that may arise (such as arnica for a fall or belledona for fever) during the 6-8 week period? Does this effect the remedy?

  17. Lisa D says:

    Is it common to have a reaction to the starting dose of Camphor? Like hives, itching, nausea?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      Usually, we see improvement after having taken Camphor 200 because it usually cancels out old drug use. But nothing about the human body surprises me.

  18. courtney turbak says:

    Will the Camphor 200 work for a bad reaction i had to a steroid starting 3 months ago which i am still having presently? Also will it work to reverse negative effects it caused like lowered immunity and increased proliferation of infections? Thank you

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      Camphor’s helps to clear the way for the 1st homeopathic that follows it. I have also seen it help uproot conditions caused by drugs, but sometimes the conditions that follow drug use need specific homeopathics to correct fully.

      1. courtney says:

        Joette where could i get the camphor 200 from? Would it still be effective to reverse an ongoing negative reaction i had to medication even though i wont be following it with a homeopathic remedy? Thank you

        1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

          Try Amazon. I can’t say the degree of effectiveness you might experience or whether it will act at all.

      2. courtney says:

        Where could i get the camphor 200 from? Also would it be strong enough to antidote an ongoing negative reaction ive been having for 3 months now to a pharmaceutical medication i took for only 3 days, 3 months ago? Thank you

  19. courtney turbak says:

    When i say im still having i mean the bad reaction, not the steroid itself. I only took the steroid over three days three months ago but the negative effects have lingered and they are quite unpleasant. Thank you.

  20. courtney turbak says:

    Thank you for your reply. So would you suggest i take the camphor 200 to reverse the negative effects of this drug that i have had ongoing for three months now even though im not currently doing homeopathic treatments? Its effected me severely. I also was taking other medications at the time so if i have lingering effects from those medications also is it possible to reverse them?

  21. Mindy says:

    Does the eczema protocol above normally make the eczema symptoms worse at the beginning? This was my experience. I followed the protocol above, except that I also mixed Arsenicum Album 200 with the Antimonium Crudum 6 (on the advice of a friend who took your courses). At what point do the symptoms (rash) normally start improving? I followed the protocol for 3 1/2 weeks, with ever worsening rash on my hands. I have taken a break from it for 2 weeks and the rash has really reduced. I just wonder if my experience is common, or am I doing something wrong?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      without taking your case, it would be difficult to discuss this fully, but we sometimes see worsening of symptoms that ameliorates within a month or so. In my classes, I teach that in order to get the most information, its best to use a medicine for about 8 weeks.

      1. Mindy says:

        Thank you for this helpful reply.

  22. Rachelle says:

    I would like to cancel the effects of a previous used remedy on my 4 year old (cina 200 given within the last week) but I am also giving my 4 year old Influenzinum weekly to prevent the flu so I don’t want to cancel out this remedy. Will giving camphor 200 for one day and then starting on the new remedy (calc phos) also cancel out the weekly influenzinum remedy he is also taking?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      It simply stops the action. It doesn’t eliminate the good that has been accumulated from a previous homeopathic.

  23. Rachelle says:

    Also, what is the difference between 3x and 6c remedy?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      3x means the substance has been diluted 3 times to the 10th power and 6c means its been diluted 6 times to the hundreth power. In the end, for practical purposes, they are actually close in action.

  24. Rachelle says:

    Thanks, that was helpful info!

  25. nina says:

    My sweet boy is going through what i think is withdrawal. HE is only 1 and i have used the steroids so sparingly. His face is red all the time and his body breaks out once in a while. While i use the remedies as noted above what can i put on his skin to help him? ALso i need to get bovista 200. Should i wait until i get this to start the remedy? Thank you so much for all the hard work and information you are putting up for us all to use. I am so grateful!

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      I’m afraid that using steroids sparingly is still using steroids.
      Generally, we don’t use anything on the skin other than coconut or olive oil (if he can tolerate them).

  26. Carrie L Cheek says:

    I’m new to this homepathy medicine however I have seen a Naturopath for a number of years who has prescribed homeopathics from companies like Energetix to assist me while pregnant and nursing. Most potency in them are small. However, one she gave me to help me get off my thyroid meds had potency of 1M of a material in it. I used it for quite some time everyday (maybe a year) then we went to 5 days on 2 days off and then 5 days off and 2 days on (while pregnant). I currently do not take it. She would check me energy wise to see if my body still needed it. She also did the same for some adrenal support that I have taken upon myself to treat myself now that I’m off of it. I fear in my over zealous that I could cause issues. I was under the impression that once you stop taking the remedy due to symptoms returning then after being off them a day or so the symptoms would dissipate. Am I wrong in reading that some say the unwanted symptoms will stay even after stopping them? I went with homeopathics because I believe in my heart they were safe with no unwarranted neg side effects but it sounds to me that this is not true. There can be lasting unwanted side effects. That seems scary and alarming to me. I wouldn’t want to try and treat my child and cause worse issues for them due to my lack of knowledge. That seems as scarey as prescribing the conventional medicine. What about the idea of 1 single high dose being enough for a month and then again taken months out? Here you suggest taking 200C every other day. How does a person know they are proving or having a healing crisis?
    I have always taken homeopathics in multiplies and for months at at a time at least 2 times a day. Is this an issue?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      I’m afraid the method your naturopath used is not what I would use. I generally use the Banerji Protocols that doesn’t utilize one medicine in a high dose.
      Your question is understandable but would take a longer dissertation than I’m willing to engage in order to answer it.

      Having said this, Homeopathy is RELATIVELY safe. There are risks in anything you take.

  27. Carrie says:

    Thanks. I guess I was hoping for some type of reassurance to calm my worry and concern but I probably just need to take some deep breaths and move on. I have a history of anxiety and it seems to be creeping back up on me under the stress of returning to work and trying to care for 5 children and nurse a 4 month. I’m sure there is some type of homeopath out there to assist with that but I’m too new to figure it out and I want it to be safe for a newborn. I’ve read just enough to know that Lycopodium seems to be a really good fit for me but I’m too afraid to treat myself now while I’m nursing. I felt more confident when I really felt homeopathy was safe.

  28. Carrie says:

    Also, can you receive healing without antidoting? Growing up I’m sure I’ve taking plenty of Tylenol/Ibprofen, steroid creams from time to time, anti depressants (early 20’s and some 30’s) ect… before I got wise and learned about natural care and homeopathy. I started using homeopathy without the knowledge of antidoting. Could I still have results?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      Certainly!

    2. Carrie says:

      Sorry so many questions but in a former blog you stated to me that I could treat myself while nursing and the baby benefit. What if the baby does not need what I am treating. Could she get proving?

      1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

        no.

  29. Karen says:

    Joette, my friend took 5 tablets of bioplasma 6x. Immediately she didn’t know if she should kneel in front of the toilet or sit on it. She felt like she wanted to die. That said, she is on drugs including: coumadin, duragesic, thyroid med, antidepressant, insomnia med etc. This is the first time she has taken any homeopathy. When she said that she would try bioplasma again, but one tablet, I was shocked, given her reaction the first time. So, I told her about antidoting using mint. My question is should she even try again? Was her reaction actually from the drugs as a result of feeding her cells ?

    1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

      The more important question is what she felt like after that event was over. Although it was only one dose that she took, we would look to see if there was any improvement, unexpected, small or seemingly insignificant to determine if the medicine was correct after all.
      Having said this, it would be better to give her something more specific that will address her main condition/s.
      I can’t say that I know what the cause was, but given that homeopathy is medicine it can have profound effects.

      1. Carrie L Cheek says:

        Wow. It’s amazing how people can have such different reactions. I’ve been taking Bioplasma from Hyland’s 3 times a day as indicated on the bottle for 2 days now to support body during nursing and I haven’t recognized any effects. I’ve also been giving them to my children and husband who are recovering from colds and standard fatigue for being overworked. I wasn’t looking for life changing events just support. I’ve been listening to your CD on cell salts and would like to do more specific once I learn more. I’ve really enjoyed the material in the combo pack and I received my booklets in the mail yesterday. I encourage others who are beginning but feel like they can’t pay for a course to look into the combo pack. There is a wealth of information in there to get you started. I really want a kit now.

        1. Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) says:

          I’m happy that you’re joining the ranks of moms/wives who cure their families themselves with homeopathy!

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