- March 12, 2007 at 11:22 pm #238953BiggerPiggyBankParticipant
I’ve been looking online and here is the only information I could find. This
is from the Company Hylands, which is one of the top Homeopathic remedy
companies here in the US:
My child just ate an entire bottle of tablets, what do I do?
Do not panic. Homeopathic medicines are very safe, non-toxic, and have a
very large margin of safety. It is unlikely your child could overdose on any
Here is from the Boiron Website (Which is another top company)
No. Homeopathic medicines have no toxic chemical properties, no
contraindications for use, no adverse reactions with other medications, and
no unpleasant side effects related to the quantity taken. So pregnant women
can take homeopathic treatments with no known risks for themselves or their
unborn children. However, we recommend that these patients seek their
physician or pharmacist’s approval.
Teleosis School of Homeopathy
States “Homeopathy is both safe and effective for treating mental and
emotional conditions, with no danger of tolerance, addiction or overdose “
Perhaps you are referring to doses that not purchased otc at a health
food store, but are prescribed by a Naturopathic Physician…
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