Pornography Addiction, Can Homeopathy Help?

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Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom(Na) meint:

On-line pornography: It addicts little boys as young as 9 years old.  It breaks up marriages.  It’s pervasive.

Unlike other addictions, it rarely comes in through the front door.  Instead, it oozes in via internet portals, behind closed bedroom doors.

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Meanwhile, consider the following:

Fluoric acid 200 is the remedy most frequently used for addictions to sexual activity.  It might have been useful for someone like Don Juan, for example.

I’ll be honest, I have no clinical experience with this remedy but it’s partly why I am writing this today-in hopes that if you find that this helps someone, you’ll contact me and let me know.  No names needed, just information as to how long it took before seeing positive change, and the degree of change in attitude.

Interestingly, Fluoric acid is specific for severe acne, particularly that which causes scarring. It is not considered for mild to average acne.

Hence, an amalgamation of both a sexual addiction and severe, scarring acne can be considered a call for the use of this remedy.

Fluoric acid has a reputation for aiding those who are promiscuous, so it can be considered when pornography may not be the addiction, but sexual preoccupation is.

After having written abundantly about Nux vomica, it’s fitting to know that these two medicines are quite similar.

They both include people with who overwork mentally, and who in personality often are, as Roger Morrison states in Desk Top Guide to Homeopathy, people who are “domineering, materialistic with sexual preoccupation”.

The same can be said for those in need of Nux vomica, but we’d most likely choose Fluoric acid 200 for over-sexuality because it is so specific to this condition.

What potency and frequency to choose?  My choice would be Fluoric acid 200C, twice weekly for at least two months. Then assess.  If there is improvement, even small, then you’ll know that the remedy was well chosen and it would be worthwhile to continue.

If there is a significant change (and this might be noted in the subject of the conversation), it’s time to stop using the remedy for it has acted.  It may need to be taken up in the future but it’s best to allow it to finish its action on its own.

I’ve studied and used homeopathy for over 29 years and I’m certain of the power of this medicine to move people in positive ways. I hope this can aid someone in your sphere.

PS: Homeopathy is gentle, profound and polite. And since mighty moms need a strong tool box, I am offering, at a great price, my favorite homeopathy kit as a Mother’s Day special.  (BTY Fluoric acid is not in the kit but with 100 remedies most of what you’ll need are there.)


Joette is not a physician and the relationship between Joette and her clients is not of prescriber and patient, but as educator and client. It is fully the client’s choice whether or not to take advantage of the information Joette presents. Homeopathy doesn’t “treat” an illness; it addresses the entire person as a matter of wholeness that is an educational process, not a medical one. In order to be treated or diagnosed, Joette believes that the advice of a holistic physician is in order.

To help support the free educational materials and activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my recommendations and/or link to any products or services from this blog.

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