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This question appears every few months on aromatherapy mailing lists, and there appears to be no definite answer.
The problem partly stems from the fact that some homeopaths are stricter than others in what can/cannot be used with homeopathic remedies, but also the answer appears to vary depending on whether you ask a homeopath or an aromatherapist.
All homeopaths appear to agree that eucalyptus and peppermint essential oils should not be used with homeopathy as these are thought to antidote at least some of the homeopathic remedies.
Some homeopaths also say that tea tree antidotes remedies.
In a post to an aromatherapy email list, she wrote: "I find that antidoting of remedies tends to happen when the person is either on a remedy that is not close enough to their similimum, i.e.
if the remedy is not quite right or the potency of the homoeopathic remedy is too low/ too high.Alternatively a person may antidote a homoeopathic remedy with EOs if the oil is more suitable than the homoeopathic remedy.Other cases where there may be an antidoting of a remedy is when the person is on a Psoric remedy - this is a class of remedies, e.g.When I became more involved in aromatherapy, my homeopath cautioned me against using essential oils at the same time as homeopathic remedies, but a large part of her reasoning was that she would not be able to tell how the remedies had worked if essential oils were also being used.The same reasoning could apply when using any two forms of healing.On the other hand, I have also found that some aromatherapists will caution a gap of only one hour between using a remedy and an essential oil.