Ever experienced this? You prescribe Platina for a homoeopathy student, or for someone who has read up about remedies.
She looks up and raises an eyebrow (or tries to), with an attempt at an arch smile.
“Really?” she asks, incredulously but with a measure of pure delight, “Platina? I’m Platina?” (in itself a wrong description, no person “is” a remedy)
It’s tantamount to telling a female patient she still has “it”. And try telling a homoeopathy-savvy patient that Platina is definitely not for her – she will often be deeply insulted… Continue reading