Homöopathie und Pfefferminze
Journal/Book: Allgemeine Homöopathische Zeitung. 1990; 235/1: 23-25.
Abstract: There is a widely held opinion, especially among homoeopaths of the French school, that toothpastes with peppermint as well as a number of other common articles of daily use are detrimental to the therapeutic effectiveness and potentized remedies. This can be traced to certain dietetic recommendations in connection with Hahnemann´s antiquated psora theory but there does not seem to exist any empirical or experimental evidence in support of this assumption.
Keyword(s): Homöopathie, Pfefferminze, Verwendung in alltägliche Gebrauchsartikeln, abträglicher Einfluß auf homöopathische Therapie, diäthetische Empfehlung, Hahnemanns Psoratheorie