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The action of homeopathic remedies can be antidoted, i.e., undone, by exposure to certain substances. They include coffee (including decaf), mint in any form (gum, toothpaste, lozenges, mint leaves, tea, etc.), and strongly aromatic substances like camphor, Vick’s Vaporub TM , tea tree oil, eucalyptus, lavender and mothball crystals. Dental work can also interfere with homeopathic remedy effectiveness.

There are some excellent toothpastes available that are mint free. Check your local health food store or use google for some great products on-line. Be sure to the read the labels carefully for specific contents.  Using baking soda is an option that very effectively cleans your mouth

If there is an inadvertent exposure to any antidote which results in a relapse of your symptoms, you should wait for a few days.  Spontaneous recovery can occur. However, if your relapse persists, the remedy will need to be repeated. Please contact me prior to repeating the remedy as the potency needed after an antidote situation may change.

is it true that I can’t have coffee or any mint after taking a remedy?