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Homoeopathic Management: – Similimum.
I. Repertory of William Boerick:
1) Nervous system, Bulbar paralysis: Guaco, Plumb. met, Mang.oxydatum.
2) Nervous system, Degeneration(softening, sclerosis):
2+ – Aur.mur,Phos, Plumb.met.
1+- Alum, Alum.sil, Arg.nit. Aur, Bar.mur, Carb.sulph, Naja, Oxalic.acid, Phos, Physostigma, Picric .acid.

II. Kent’s repertory:
1) Throat, swallowing, impossible, paralysis from:
3+- Stram.
2+- Alum, Alumn, Apis, Cocc, Gelse, Nat. mur, Nux Vom,Tab

2)Mouth, speech, wanting paralysis of organs from:
3+- Caust.
2+- Anac, Crot.c, Gelse, Glon, Mur.acid, Staph.

3) Mouth, speech difficult:
3+- Bell, Crot.c, Gels, Lach, Nat.mur, Op, Stann.

4) Throat,liquids taken are forced in to nose:
3+- Arum.t, Lach, Lyc
2+- Bar. carb,, Cur,Nat.mur,Phyt,Plumb.

III. Rau’s special pathology:
1) Paralysis of bulbar muscles: Caust, Hyos,Nux.vom,Cocc,Gels, Op,Plumb,Ruta
2) Paralysis of face:Bell,Caust,Cocc, Graph, Nux vom
3) Paralysis of tongue and organs of speech:Arn, Acon, Ars,Bar.carb, Bell, Caust, Cocc, Cupr, Dulc, Lach, Op,, Plumb, Hyos,Stann.

IV. Boeninghausen’scharacteristicmateria medica and repertory:
1) Mouth, throat and gullet, paralysis of deglutition
4+- Caust.
3+- Cocc, Gels, Laur, Lach

2) Voice and speech, paralysis of vocal cord:
4+- Cocc,Gels,
3+- Caust, Hyos,Laur,Nux vom, Rhust, Stram.

Causticum: Paralysis of single parts- vocal organs, tongue, eyelids, face, bladder, extremities, generally of rt sided. Paralysis from exposure to cold wind or draft. Paralysis after typhoid, typhus or diphtheria;appearing. Drooping of eye lids,cannot keep them open. It is used in paralysis which is remote from apoplexy, the paralysis remaining after patient has recovered from apoplexy with inability to select proper words. Laryngeal muscles refuse their services, cannot speak a loud word. Aphonia. Sudden aphonia after taking cold. Paralysis of face or tongue or hemiplegia with giddiness, weakness of sight, weeping mood, hopelessnessand fear of death.

Guaco:-Acts on nervous system. Bulbar paralysis. Deafness. Tongue heavy and difficult to move. Spinal irritation.Spinal symptoms are most marked. Beer drinkers threatened with apoplexy. Larynx and trachea are constricted. Difficult deglutition. Paralysis of lower extremities.

Plumbum metalicum: Paralysis with atrophy. Muscular atrophy from sclerosis of spinal system. Excessive and rapid emaciation. General or partial paralysis with great weakness and anaemia. Clonic ortonic spasm from cerebral sclerosis or tumor. Paralysis of plumbum is prominently of spinal origin. Paralysis of upper extremities is more marked. Ptosis. Heavy tongue. Difficulty in articulation. Tremor of nasolabial muscles. Twitching of the side of the face. Paralysis of gullet and inability to swallow. Paralysis of lower extremities with paralysis of single muscle. Paralysis from over exertion.

Manganum oxydatum: Low monotonous voice. Economical speech. Mask like facies. Muscular twitching. Cramps in calves Stiff leg muscles. Occasional uncontrollable laughter. Peculiar slapping gait. Workers of manganum binoxide are frequently affected with bulbar paralysis. Pseudo sclerosis. Progressive lenticular degeneration. Similar symptoms to paralysis agitance.

Plumbum iodatum: Has been used empirically in various forms of paralysis. Sclerotic degeneration, especially of spinal cord. Atrophies.

Phosphorus: Paralysis from fatty degeneration of nerve cells. Progressive spinal paralysis. Ascending sensory and motor paralysis from ends of fingers and toes. Arms and hands become numb. Fingers feel like thumb.Can lie on right side. Post diphtheritic paralysis. Tottery gait Periodical contractions of fingers as from cramps.

Cocculus: Paralysis of facial nerve especially of one side. Or tongue pharynx. Paraplegia and rheumatic lamness in weakened or nervous subjects, who are inclined fainting fits and palpitation of the heart. Paralytic affection originates in the small of the back after taking cold, with cold feeling of extremities and edema of the feet. Paralysis after apoplexy. Paralysis of lower limbs. Paralytic immobility. One sided paralysis of the face with cramp like pain in masseter < opening the mouth. Prosopalgia. Tremor of lower jaw and chattering of teeth when attempting to speak. Lines of face are deepened as if drawn. Paralysis of the tongue with difficult speech. Pains at the base of the tongue when protruded. Paralysis of muscles of deglutition with difficulty to swallow.

Gelsemium: Complete motor paralysis, rather functional than organic in nature. Paralysis of occular muscles. Ptosis. Paretic condition of the tongue causes difficulty to speak. Speak is thick. Paralysis from emotions. Post diphtheritic paralysis. Paralysis of larynx causes aphonia. Locomotor ataxia. Paraplegia.

Aconitum nepellus: Facial paralysis accompanied with coldness from exposure to dry cold wind especially in acute cases. Paraplegia with tingling. Numbness of the affected parts.
Lachesis: Especially left side. Awkward. Stumbling gait. Paralysis after apoplexy. Trifacial neuralgia. Spasm of glottis.

Nux vomica: Incomplete paralysis of the face, arms, and legs with vertigo, weak memory, darkness before the eyes, ringing in ears, loss of appetite, burning in stomach, flatulence and vomiting after eating and drinking.Constipation especially in drunkards. Jaw contracted. Infra orbital neuralgia. Left angle of the mouth drops. Twitching and spasmodic distortion of face. Articulation and speech difficult. Paralysis of arms. Automatic motion of hand towards mouth.

Opium: Paralysis and insensibility after apoplexy, in drunkards, in old people, associated with retention of stool and urine. Spasmodic facial twitching, especially of corners of mouth. Hanging down of lower jaw. Distorted face. Twitching of facial muscles. Face covered with profuse sweat. Paralysed tongue which dry and black. Difficult articulation and swallowing. Tongue protrudes to right side. Inability to swallow. On swallowing food goes the wrong way or returns through nose. Painless paralysis. Twitching of limbs. Numbness. Jerks as if flexors are overacting. Sensation as if lower limbs were severed and belongs to someone else. Shifting and trembling gait. One or other arm moves convulsively to and fro. Coldness of extremities.

Stramonium: Paralysis after convulsion,. Paralysis of one or spasm of other side. Stammering speech. Cannot swallow on account of spasm.

Graphitis: Rheumatic, peripheric paralysis of face. Distortion of muscles of face and difficult speech. Sensation of cobweb over the face.

Belladona: Apoplexy , congestion of the head, paralysis of one and spasm of other side of the body, paralysis of the face and locomotor ataxia.

Arnica: Paralysis due to exudation within the brain or spine. Paralysis in consequence of apoplexy, of concussion, of weakening disease and of protracted intermittent fevers. Paralysis of face and lower lip hang down. Lower lip trembling while eating.

Conium: Paralysis from periphery upwards, of old women. Speech difficult from paralysis of tongue. Distortion of tongue and mouth. Food goes down the wrong way and stops while swallowing. Paralysis of lower limbs than of upper limbs. Staggering < turning the head or looking sideways.

Arsenicum album: Paralysis associated with great prostration and neuralgic pains. Spinal affection with gressus gallinaceus. Twitching of muscles of face. Paralysis and contraction of limbs.

Ruta graveolance: Facial paralysis after catching cold.

Baryta carbonicum: Causes paralysis by producing degeneration of the coats of the blood vessels. Facial paralysis. Paralysis of old people. Paralysis after apoplexy. Facial paralysis of young people where the tongue is implicated.

Natrum muriaticum: Paralysis from cold. Numbness. Tingling of tongue and lips. Loss of taste. Tongue striped along the edge. Numbness and stiffness ofone side of the tongue. Tongue heavy and difficult speech. Tongue feels dry but actually not dry. Uvula hangs to one side. Food goes down the wrong way. Post diphtheritic paralysis. Fluids can be swallowed. Paralytic condition of lower limbs.

Curare: It is a great remedy for paralysis of various kinds and of various parts of our body. General paralysis of motor system. Ptosis. Facial and buccal paralysis. Paralytic failure of power to swallow. Paralysis of deltoid muscles.

1. Principles and practice of medicine– Davidson
2. Text book of medicine- K.V. Krishna Das
3. Disease of nervous system- Sir. Francis Walshe
4. Disease of nervous system- W.B.Mathews and Henry Miller.
5. Brain’s disease of the nervous system- Sir John Walton.
6. Harrison’s Principles of internal medicine
7. Repertory of William Boerick
8. Kent’s Repertory.
9. Boeninghausen’s Characteristics Materia Medica and Repertory.
10. Raue’s Special Pathology.

homeopathic detoxification for alcohol/drugs/tobacco….etc

homeopathic remedy DETOXIFICATION for alcohol, drug, heavy metal, tobacco, vaccination
list thanks to ;Elizabeth from I&Eorganics



Product Description
(F) Flower Essence (G) Gem Essence (H) Herb (Hom) Homeopathic Remedy

Agaricus (Hom) Toad Stool – Acute alcoholism; antidotes hangover. Wild rage, but final indifference. Delirium with incoherent talk, raving, manic states, making rhymes. Alcoholic headache. Trembling, twitching, jerking, unsteady walk, motions. Sensations of ice-cold needles, burning or tingling. Sensitive spine. Worse: cold, intercourse, eating, touch, menses, pressure.

Angelica (F) Angelica archangelica – This essence actualizes clearer insight into the cause and nature of problems, but it does not create solution. For example, it helps an alcoholic understand the nature of his of her problem. Ant tart (Hom) Tarter emetic – Ill effects of vaccination when Thuja fails and Silicea is not indicated. Bronchitis after vaccine with loose rattling cough. Short of breath, pale. Great drowsiness and weakness, frequent yawning. Profuse sweats. Diarrhea, abscess, rashes or convulsions after vaccinations (smallpox). Fear of being alone. Fretfulness, whining and crying. Irritable mood.

Arsenicum (Hom)- Chronic and acute effects of alcohol. Chilly, but burning pains. Pale, emaciated with puffiness. Foul, acrid, scanty discharges. Short of breath. Constant thirst for cold sips. Extreme anxious restlessness, though very weak. Nervous, fearful, guilt-ridden. Fears death, feels incurable. Miserly. In drug detox overall toxicity, resulting in weakness, yet very restless. Skin reactions. Perfectionist, suspicious, vindictive. In vaccinations antidotes toxicity, septic Conditions and poisonous effects of vaccines. Dry, scaly, itching eruptions. Abscess or ulcer at site of vaccine. All worse: night, when alone, cold, damp.

Avena sativa (Hom) Oats – Drug addiction: morphine, heroin, opium, cocaine, marijuana, tranquilizers, sedatives, alcohol, coffee, tobacco, anti-depressants, Prozac. Chronic insomnia. Impotency, amenorrhea, palpitations, headache. Nervous exhaustion, fatigue, sexual weakness. Poor concentration. Effects of anxiety, worry, over study. Headache at the base of the brain.

Avena sativa (H) Oatstraw – For nervous debility and exhaustion when associated with depression. Strenthens the nervous system. Oatmeal, tincture, bath or in combination with other herbs as tea.

Caladium (Hom) American Arum – Causes aversion to tobacco. For effects of tobacco on the heart. Asthma. Headache, vertigo, nausea. Worse from motion. Sensitive to noise. Higher or lower sex drive; impotency, lack of erection. Itching genitals. Depression. Fear of disease, nervous, nervous, restless. Excessively bold. Forgetful.

Carbo veg (Hom) Vegetable charcoal – Antidotes drugs, anesthetics, smoke, air pollution. Poor recovery from illness or treatment. Oxygen starvation, air hunger, needs fanning. Gas, belching, bloating. Stagnant circulation. Varicose veins, hemorrhoids. Total exhaustion, weakness, low vitality, faintness. Icy cold hands, feet.

Clay (G) – Clay draws out and release toxicity from the cellular level of the body. The solar plexus chakra is opened and the etheric and emotional levels are aligned. Anxiety is removed, especially the kind that produces ulcers and resentment. Stimulates the natural flora in the intestinal tract.

Ignatia (Hom) St. Ignatius bean – Causes aversion to tobacco smoke. Spasms, twitches, tics. Faintness. Headache in small spots. Changeable, rapidly altering symptoms. Chilly. Sensitive, idealist. Suppressed grief, fear, anger, shock. Changeable moods. Bitter taste, toothache, yawning, choking, lump in throat. Worse: touch.

Lachesis (Hom) Bushmaster snake – Chronic alcoholism . Dusky complexion, choking sensation around the neck. Red nose. Easy bleeding, nosebleed, bruising. Cold legs and feet. Alcoholic diarrhea, nausea, indigestion. Trembling, cramps, hot flashes. Jesting and incessant, wandering talk. Hurried, impatient, suspicious. Worse: morning, after sleep, heat, light, touch, pressure. Better: open air.

Lathyrus (Hom) Chickpea – Most effective remedy for antidoting toxic effects of polio vaccine. Back pain, spasms in legs or increased reflexes. Rigid legs, spastic gait. Stiffness, or paralysis. Emaciation of lower limbs. Cramps and cold feet. Worse: touch, cold and damp, wind, motion. Better: lying down.

Lobelia (Hom) Indian tobacco – Creates aversion to smoking. Asthma, emphysema: constricted, rattling chest. Weak stomach, indigestion, intense nausea, vomiting. Much saliva. Dull, heavy head, vertigo. Cold sweats, great weakness. Prickling feelings. Hypochondriac. Fear leads to shortness of breath, hyperventilation. Worse: cold water, p.m., after sleep, exertion. Better: warmth, evening.

Magnesium (G) – Detoxification on the anatomical and cellular level. The etheric body is more aligned with the physical to enhance detoxification, feminine qualities are stimulated. Better assimilation of proteins and enzymes used in detoxification. Opens solar plexus chakra. Weak, sensitive, and anxious women tend to need this remedy.

Morning Glory (F) Ipomoea Purpuea – A good tonic for the entire nervous system, particularly the sympathetic nervous system. Helps in breaking nervous habits such as smoking, nervous irritability, grinding of the teeth, jitteriness exemplified by talking too much or restlessness at night to the point of insomnia.

Nux vomica (Hom) Poison nut – antidotes the effects of alcohol, removes hangover. Delirium tremens. Nervous, weak: twitching and trembling. Cramps, spasms, tension. Overeating, abuse of drugs, coffee. Constipation, unrefreshed sleep. Weak, unsteady. Irritable, critical, argumentative, driven, demanding. General antidote to all drugs. Overuse of medical drugs, antidepressants, alcohol. Highly sensitive to sound, light, odors, touch, Faintness. Ineffective urge to vomit, to stool. Congested liver. Angry, tense, ambitious, perfectionist. Burn-out. Worse: cold, drafts, open air, waking. Better: warm drinks.

Plantago (Hom) Plantain – Creates aversion to tobacco (especially chewing) Stinging in small spots. Earache, toothache, facial neuralgia. Pain into eyes. Noise sensitive. Depression and insomnia from tobacco; restless, hurried and irritable. Bed Wetting. Worse: a.m., warm room, resting, touch. Better: Moving.

Pulsatilla (Hom) Windflower- Specific antidote to antibiotics. For frequent ear infections, tendency toward thick yellow discharges. Weepy, passive. Suppressed menses. Greasy taste, heartburn, sour belching. Intolerant of fats. Thirstless. Worse: warmth, fats, evening, before menses, eating. Better: open air.

Quercus (Hom) distilled from tincture of acorn kernals – Diminishes alcohol craving, antidotes effects. Enlarged spleen and liver, flatulence. Vertigo, deafness, noises in head. Constriction in chest. Nervous, tearful, depressed. Fear of stoke. Flushed face, fevers. Swollen abdomen. Diarrhea may appear during treatment as a curative effect.

Silicea (Hom) Pure Flint – After vaccination: abscess, ulcerations, convulsions, diarrhea, fever, backache, nausea, frequent, otitis or any other chronic illness, especially lungs. Sensitive to cold, drafts. Frequent colds. Perspiring about the head. Sensitive to noise and pain. Lack of confidence. Lack of emotional independence.

Staphysagria (Hom) Stavesacre – Addictive tendency: tobacco, food, alcohol, TV, sex, relationships, etc. Hungry, craves sweets, milk, bread. Sexual obsessions, masturbation. Tobacco causes cough, heartburn, angina. Frequent cystitis. Itchy skin. Suppressed anger and rage, effects of abuse, humiliation. Oversensitive. Tobacco tastes acrid, sour. Worse: touch, cold, naps. Better: warmth

Stramonium (Hom) Thorn apple – Encephalitis or meningitis after vaccination or resulting in neurological disorder, convulsions, tics, delirium. Fear of dark. Stammering. Raging anger, or may become dull, lethargic. Attention deficit or hyperactivity with post vaccinial onset.

Sulph acid (Hom)- Chronic alcoholism. Internal trembling and exhaustion. Sour sweat. Burning, acid reflux, a.m. vomiting in alcoholics, Chilly, but hot flashes. Bruising and easy bleeding. Weight loss. Sensitive to smoke, smog, etc. Nervous, always hurried, impatient. Weepy, alternately serious and silly. Worse: cold, open air, smell of coffee. Better: warmth, rest, hot drinks.

Sulphur (Hom)- Clearing of drug residues, including antibiotics, that block healing. Drug eruptions or allergies. Antidotes negative effects of suppressing skin diseases, fevers, or infections with ointments, antibiotics, etc. Lean or heavy, but malnourished. Sloppy, unkempt, unmotivated. Chilly, but burning pains. Worse: heat, sitting, 11 a.m., bathing, night. Sulphur has wide ranging effects on metals, helping the body clear them from deep tissues, lymphatic, the liver, etc. It can be used in any case of metal poisoning. Sulphur relates to fatigue, skin eruptions and poor healing.

Tabacum (Hom) Tobacco – Nausea, vomiting with cold sweats, faintness. Motion sickness. Urgent, watery diarrhea. Vertigo, paleness, icy cold. Angina and palpitations. Sexual weakness. Much sweating, spitting. Worse: least motion, heat. Better: cold, fresh air.

Thuja (Hom) Arbor vitae, Tree of Life – Illness commencing with vaccination or generally unwell since then. Conditions include restlessness, insomnia, loss of speech, migraine, diarrhea, conjunctivitis, asthma, brain damage, neuralgia, atrophy of arm, ulcers of tongue, coughs, ear infections with discharge. Warts. Child can’t stop crying. Feels frail, unlovable, ugly. Self contempt. Oily skin, sweetish perspiration. Worse: 3 a.m., 3 p.m., damp and cold.

Pennyroyal (F) Hedeoma pulegioides – A repellent of thought forms, especially negative ones. Thought forms are semi-materialized ethereal forms or shapes the mind builds. The etheric body is strengthened to such a degree that negative thought forms cannot enter the physical body or psyche

Epidemic and Pandemics homeopathy VS allopathy

Many Thanks to author Iman NAvab
Both Epidemic and Pandemic refers to the spread of infectious diseases among a population. The term pandemic indicates a far higher number of people affected in much larger geographical area than epidemic. Mortality rate is number of deaths per 1000 individuals per year. Genus epidemicus means that the treatment protocol of an epidemic disease is designed based on the collected signs and symptoms of a large group of patients in the same geographical area.

Homeopathy has been a boon to the patients of scarlet fever, typhus fever, yellow fever, Pneumonia, Cholera, Influenza, Hepatitis, Dengue, Leptospirosis and Conjunctivitis during the times of pandemics and epidemics.

Let deeds speak reality. Homeopathy has always served people in epidemics and pandemics crisis, in old times and modern times.
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This is a time-tested medicine that has never received its past-due merit and acknowledgments. It’s fascinating that even with existence of medical records, journals and clinical evidences in favour of homeopathy, it has always been bullied by bigots (popularly known as skeptics), who agrees that there is an evidence for homeopathy but it is not strong enough. So in case of an epidemic outbreak if homeopathy in doing “nothing” loses 14 patients a year and allopathy by doing “something” loses 20 patients a year in the same place and time-frame, then what causes the death of those extra 6 patients, and what is the “something”?!


In year 1873, a statistical report was presented by Dr. E. Kellogg for New York, for Philadelphia by Dr. P. Dudley, and for Boston was compiled by E. Russell. The following table is a summary of their general statistics published in [1, page 401]

General Statistics:
City Year Number of Deaths under Allopathic Ratio Number of Deaths under Homeopathic Ratio
New York 1870 14,869 15 1,287 9
New York 1871 15,526 15 1,243 7
Boston 1870 3,872 17 402 10
Boston 1871 3,369 14 363 8
Boston 1872 4,575 19 446 8
Philadelphia 1872 12,468 19 2,162 12
Total: 54,679 Total: 5,903

General Statistics from 1874 to 1877 in U.S.:

Disease type in hospitals Mortality under Allopathic Treatment Mortality under Homeopathic Treatment
General diseases 10% 5%
Cholera 54% 27%
Pneumonia 14% 6%
Typhus fever 21% 10%


[2] In the year 1852, Dr. Routh, a British allopathic physician and an opponent of homeopathy, was a designated authority by medical officials of London to release the mortality-statistics (for all diseases). As a result of his findings, Dr. Routh was constrained to testify in favor of homeopathy. He collected statistics of different hospitals (England, Austria and Germany), total of 32,655 homeopathic cases and 119,630 allopathic cases. The overall mortality under homeopathic treatment was 4.4 percent, and the overall mortality under allopathic treatment was 10.5 percent.

I also invite you to take a look at the following tables that demonstrates how effectively homeopathy has served humanity!




Treatment by Homeopathy

Treatment by Allopathy

Treatment with No Medicine

Königslütter, Germany Scarlet Fever
Mortality <5%

1830 ~ ‘31*
Russia Cholera Mortality 11 %Reported by Imperial Council & Foreign Ministry of Russia. Mortality 63 %Reported by Imperial Council & Foreign Ministry of Russia. Not recorded.

1830 ~ 1832
Vienna, Prague, Hungary and Moravia Cholera Mortality 7 %Reported by Dr. Kath, appointed by King of Bavaria. Mortality 31 %Reported by Dr. Kath, appointed by King of Bavaria. Not recorded.

Vienna Cholera Mortality 33 %Lead Homeopath in charge was Dr. Fleischmann Mortality 66 %

Ireland Typhus fever Mortality 2 %Lead Homeopath in charge was Dr. Joseph Kidd Mortality 13 %Lead Allopath in charge was Dr. Abraham Tuckey Not recorded.

England Typhus fever Mortality 2 % Mortality 13 % Mortality 10 %

Edinburgh, Scotland Cholera Mortality 24 %Reported by Edinburgh Dispensary. Mortality 68 %Reported by Edinburgh Dispensary. Not recorded.

mid 1800’s
Austria Pneumonia Mortality 5 %Lead Homeopath in charge was Dr. Fleischmann Mortality 20 %Lead Allopath in charge was Dr. Dietl Not recorded.

1853 ~ 1855
South of America Yellow fever Mortality 5.4 %Lead Homeopaths in charge were Dr. F. Davis and Dr. W. Holconibe Not Available. Not recorded.

London, England Cholera Mortality 16.4 %Reported by Royal College of Physicians. Mortality 59.2 %Reported by Royal College of Physicians. Not recorded.

New Orleans, USA Yellow fever Mortality 5.6 %Special Commission reported the statistics. Mortality 17 %Special Commission reported the statistics. Not recorded.

Pittsburgh, USA Spanish Influenza Mortality 1.05 %Reported by Dean, Pittsburgh Hospital Mortality 30 %Reported by Dean, Pittsburgh Hospital Not recorded.

*During Hahnemann’s era, the extreme difficulties in treating cholera epidemic compelled the Russian medical community to send a letter to Dr. Hahnemann. The letter contained a detailed description of the symptoms of the disease, as well as a request to indicate appropriate remedies.

**Another event in that age, is from Sir William Wilde, the well-known allopathic doctor of Dublin, which in his work entitled “Austria and its Institutions”, wrote: “Upon comparing the report of the treatment of Cholera in the Homeopathic hospital testified to by two allopathic medical inspectors appointed by Government with that of the treatment of the same disease in the other hospitals of Vienna during the same period the epidemic of 1836, it appeared that while two-thirds of the cases treated by Dr. Fleischmann the physician of the Homeopathic hospital, recovered, two-thirds of those treated by the ordinary methods in the other hospitals died.”

***In 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic, a physician in a Pittsburgh hospital in U.S. asked a nurse if she knew anything better than what he was doing, because he was losing many cases. “Yes Doctor, stop aspirin and go down to a Homeopathic pharmacy, and get homeopathic remedies.” The Doctor replied: “but that is homeopathy.” “I know it, but the homeopathic doctors for whom I have nursed have not lost a single case.” [3]


From Spanish Flu of 1918, let us forward the time to 2010, release of several outstanding reports in epidemiologic surveillance studies conducted by the Finlay Institute, a vaccines producer in Cuba. According to Finlay Institute, between December 2009 and January 2010, about 9,074439 individuals, near 90% of Cuban population received homeopathic preventive medicine (Homeoprophylaxis) for respiratory diseases, influenza (including AH1N1) with remarkable outcomes and a great reduction rate in mortality. Homeopathic interventions were also employed in other diseases in Cuba such as Hepatitis A (population 1400000, year 2004-2007), Dengue (population 150000, year 2006-2009), Leptospirosis [4] (population 2300000, year 2007-2008), Conjunctivitis (population 180000, year 2008-2009) with undeniable successful results, thanks to homeopathy!


[1] The Medical Investigator, volume 10, 1873.

[2] Tracts on Homoeopathy, 1853

[3] Homeopathy in Influenza- A chorus of fifty in harmony, W.A. Dewey, Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy, May 1921, pp. 1040

[4] Application of 200C potency of bacteria for Leptospirosis epidemic control (2010) FULL TEXT

[5] The Logic of Figures, Dr. T. Bradford, 1900.

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Peppermint oil

thanks to author Melissa from
Like many essential oils, Peppermint Oil has many uses for your health and around your home. Today we will talk about a few ways to try it and make sure to share your tips on the best uses for Peppermint Oil in the comments!

Peppermint Oil is the oil harvested from the peppermint plant. You can buy it already made up (Buy It Here or Here at Mountain Rose Herbs) or if you are into growing herbs, you can easily grow peppermint in your herb garden and harvest the oil for yourself. It’s actually easier than you think! Here’s how to make your own Peppermint Oil.

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Make Your Own Peppermint Oil

Harvest the peppermint leaves from your plant in the early morning. This will ensure the greatest amount of extract that you can get from the leaves. Make sure to pick the best leaves you can find. Wash and dry the leaves gently and place in a plastic bag. Take a soft mallet to the bag and carefully use it to tap at the leaves, not to crush them but to help release the oils. After you have a small amount of oil, place it in a glass bottle (like this one) and fill the bottle the rest of the way with a carrier oil. (Such as almond oil, grapeseed oil, or jojoba oil.) Place the lid on and shake the bottle, store in a cool dark place for at least 24 hours. Strain the oil through a cheesecloth and place back in the bottle, follow the steps again to extract more oil and add it to your mixture. You can repeat the process as many times as needed to get your oil to the desired strength. (You can find more Uses for Mint here)

Now that we know how to make peppermint oil, let’s learn about all the things we can do with it!

**Note: Like with all essential oils, test first to make sure you are not allergic, do not use on young children, do not use if pregnant, and do not use if you have certain medical conditions. Nothing here is meant to diagnose, treat, or prevent diseases, please ask your doctor for that kind of advice. These are simply tips to give ideas.

Uses for Peppermint Oil Around the Home
◾Keep ants and spiders out of your home by making a barrier of peppermint oil. Put some oil on a cotton ball and wipe around the areas they are entering your home such as doorways or windows. They won’t cross the barrier.
◾Place peppermint oil on cotton balls and leave in strategic areas around your home to deter mice.
◾Peppermint oil mixed with tea tree oil and water can make a great disinfectant for things around your home.
◾Add some peppermint oil to your Homemade Cleaners to give them a fresh scent and to give them antifungal and antibacterial properties.
◾In a spray bottle, mix epsom salts and a few drops of peppermint oil with warm water. Swish around until salts are dissolved. Spray on dogs to help with fleas.
◾A few drops of peppermint oil mixed with water in a spray bottle will help kill aphids on plants.
◾Place peppermint oil on the tip of a cotton swap and put around the head of a tick to remove it from skin.

Uses for Peppermint Oil

Uses for Peppermint Oil for Health and Beauty
◾Help bring down nausea or indigestion. Inhale the scent to help stop nausea instantly. For indigestion, rub peppermint oil mixed with a carrier oil on your abdomen in a circular pattern.
◾Add a few drops to a humidifier to help with colds and congestion.
◾Create a natural chest rub by melting shea butter, beeswax, and coconut oil in equal amounts with a few drops of peppermint oil to help with congestion.
◾Relieve a headache by mixing peppermint oil with a carrier oil and rubbing on your sinus’ or temples. Help relieve a tension headache by also rubbing on the neck.
◾Add a few drops of peppermint oil into an Olive Oil Candle to help improve alertness and to help relieve stress.
◾Add a few drops of peppermint oil and lavender oil to a carrier oil to relieve itchy bug bites.
◾Add a few drops of peppermint oil into a foot bath with epsom salts to help relax tired, worn feet.
◾Add a few drops into your morning water to help with digestion during the day. (If your body can’t handle this you can buy empty capsules to place the drops in so the oil doesn’t release until it hits your stomach.)
◾To help motion sickness, rub a small amount that has been diluted with a carrier oil onto the insides of your wrists.
◾Create an invigorating bath by adding a few drops of peppermint oil to warm bath water.
◾Mix peppermint oil with a carrier oil and place on bumps and bruises to help with pain and bring down the bump.
◾Add a few drops of peppermint oil to Homemade Shampoo to help with dandruff.
◾Mix peppermint oil with a carrier oil to help relieve cramps.
◾Inhale the scent of peppermint oil while studying and then before a test to help with brain function and to increase alertness.
◾To help relieve a rash, mix a few drops of peppermint oil with some coconut oil and rub into the effected area.
◾Peppermint oil can help with hot flashes. Just add a few drops to a spray bottle of cold water and spritz on your body as needed.

More Uses for Peppermint Oil
◾Add a few drops of peppermint oil to homemade potpourri to make an invigorating atmosphere in your home.
◾Add a few drops of oil to the bottom of your trash can or on a cotton ball placed in the bottom of your trash can to keep it smelling fresh.

As you can see, there are more uses for Peppermint Oil than we can possibly list here! My personal favorite use for Peppermint Oil is to keep away the spiders.

IATROGENIC symptoms are caused by……………

photo by ginatylerIatrogenic death and disease
Allopathy Diseases

“In truth, the benefits accrue to the physician, while the patient runs the risks.”—Harris Coulter (Divided Legacy Vol 3)

[Allopathy is far and away the leading cause of death and disease today. USA Iatrogenic deaths at 783,936. Over 4 million addicted (Pharma drugs) to just the Benzodiazepines, with 3.6 million kids on prescription amphetamines. Vaccination is the leading cause of child death and Disease, being the main cause of autism, asthma, diabetes, and so on. The end result of Psychopathic Allopathic monopoly medicine. The suppression of disease causes and non-allopathic medicine such as Vitamin C, coupled with the use of Junk Food such as baby milk, and poisons such as Fluoride, covertly encouraged by Allopathy Inc, has led millions into AIDS, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, heart disease, toxic chemotherapy and to die from Vitamin C curable infections.

Allopathy (Pharmaceutical drugs):
Vaccine disease
Vaccine deaths
Diseases linked to other drugs
Pharmaceutical AIDS
Pharma legally prescribed drug addiction !!!!
Heart bypass
Mostly Allopath made diseases
Alzheimer’s (& Dentistry)
Infectious scares
Provocation polio
Puerperal Fever
Shaken Baby Syndrome
Spanish Flu

Man made diseases
Toxic Oil Syndrome
Legionnaires Disease

USA’s 4th Leading Cause of Death – Pharma’s Drugs

[pdf May 2012] Anticoagulants the Leading Reported Drug Risk in 2011 With an estimated 2 to 4 million serious injuries each year, drug therapy stands as one of the most significant perils to health resulting from human activity.

Iatrogenic Disease: The 3rd Most Fatal Disease in the USA by Ronald Grisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O.,M.S.


[2009] Drug-Induced Dementia: a perfect crime by MD Grace E. Jackson
1) the causal connection between antipsychotic drugs and Alzheimer’s disease
2) the evidentiary link between stimulants (ADHD drugs) and shrinkage of the brain
3) the limitations of the neurogenesis theory of antidepressant action (in fact, Dr. Jackson discusses the research evidence which shows that antidepressants damage the hippocampus – the learning and memory center of the brain)
4) the evidence for mood stabilizers as neurodegenerative, rather than neuroprotective agents
5) the reasons why existing drug treatments are particularly hazardous for survivors of traumatic brain injury (i.e., soldiers with head injuries)

A) The number of physicians in the U.S. is 700,000.
B) Accidental deaths caused by Physicians per year are 120,000.
C) Accidental deaths per physician is 0.171.
Statistics courtesy of U.S. Dept. of Health Human services and is a conservative number.

Treatment of vaccine victims

[2008] America’s First Amphetamine Epidemic 1929-1971 By Nicolas Rasmussen The latest national surveys show that about 3 million Americans used amphetamine- type stimulants nonmedically in the past year, 600,000 in the past week, and that 250,000 to 350,000 are addicted.


Death by Doctoring —-Steven Ransom
Death by Medicine—-Carolyn Dean, MD, ND, Martin Feldman, MD, Gary Null, PhD, Debora Rasio, MD (2003/4)

“A doctor can bury his mistakes but an architect can only advise his clients to plant vines.” – Frank Lloyd Wright (1868-1959)

[2009 nov] 20 Years of USA Doctors’ Malpractice Data Closed To Public More than 20 years ago Congress created a federal database to track incompetent and unprofessional health-care practitioners. The database, compiled by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, includes some 460,000 records of malpractice lawsuits whose judgments total $69.7 billion. It includes information on 23,788 patient deaths, 8,100 major permanent injuries and 3,896 cases that resulted in quadriplegics, brain damage or lifelong care. Much of the data is closed to the public. The doctors’ names remain hidden, preventing patients from using the data to look up information on their practitioner. “If the data bank is reliable enough for state medical boards to use on a daily basis, why should it be considered too incomplete for curious patients?” asked Sidney Wolfe, a physician and director of the Health Research Group for Public Citizen, a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization out of Washington, D.C.

[June 2006] Common asthma inhalers cause up to 80 percent of asthma-related deaths,
[Media Oct 2004] US officials ‘knew of Vioxx threat’
[Media Oct 2004, sodium valproate] PARENTS SUE MAKERS OF ‘THE NEW THALIDOMIDE’
[Media 2004] Medical blunders could leave the NHS with a £6bn bill
[Media UK, Feb 2003] Doctor’s 32% error rate ‘not unusual’, says inquiry
[Media Jan 2003] Surgery Tools Left in 1,500 People a Year
[July 2002] Report: Thousands die needlessly from hospital infections

Iatrogenic Illness: The Downside of Modern Medicine
A White Paper by Gary Null, PhD & Debora Rasio, MD

International Coalition for Drug Awareness


A 1995 study, Quality in Australian Healthcare, indicated as many as 50,000 patients were injured and 18,000 died each year due to errors in hospitals. Hospital fatalities blamed on staff

American Iatrogenic Association

Only 10-15% of medical interventions are evidence based



“The primary cause of Alzheimer’s is “iatrogenic” disease caused by chronic low level mercurial poisoning from amalgam dental fillings.”—Tom Warren

Vaccines Leading Cause Of Infant Deaths–Stephen Simac

Cinnamon effective in preventing foodborn pathogenic bacteria.

Cinnamon is very effective in preventing foodborne diseases caused by pathogenic bacteria, a new study finds.

Who doesn’t love a sprinkling of cinnamon on fresh apple pie or atop a chai latte? It’s just one of those spices that taste fantastic. But taste is not the only reason to love cinnamon. It also has many health benefits. Adding to the already long list of such benefits is the recent discovery suggesting cinnamon can help keep foodborne diseases at bay.

Escherichia coli (E. coli) are the most common bacteria that cause foodborne illnesses. These bacteria are known as “non-O157 STEC,” according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. After looking at the top six strains of non-O157 STEC, researchers from Washington State University found that cinnamon oil was effective in killing several strains of such bacteria.

“Our focus is on exploring plant-derived natural food bioactive compounds as antimicrobials to control foodborne pathogens, in order to ensure safety of fresh produce,” co-author Meijun Zhu, an assistant professor in the School of Food Science said in a press statement. “The oil can be incorporated into films and coatings for packaging both meat and fresh produce. It can also be added into the washing step of meat, fruits or vegetables to eliminate microorganisms.”

Very recently, a study also highlighted that cinnamon may help stop progression of Parkinson’s disease.

“Cinnamon has been used widely as a spice throughout the world for centuries,” said lead author Kalipada Pahan, in a press statement. “This could potentially be one of the safest approaches to halt disease progression in Parkinson’s patients. Cinnamon is metabolized in the liver to sodium benzoate, which is an FDA-approved drug used in the treatment for hepatic metabolic defects associated with hyperammonemia.”

photo by g Tyler
Numerous studies show that cinnamon regulates blood sugar, making it a great choice for diabetics and hypoglycemics alike. That’s also great news for anyone who wants stable energy levels and moods.

It reduces LDL cholesterol levels. LDL is also known as the harmful cholesterol. Reducing it may help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Cinnamon has natural anti-infection compounds. In studies, cinnamon has been effective against ulcer-causing H. pylori bacteria and other pathogens.

This spice also reduces pain linked to arthritis. Cinnamon has been shown to reduce cytokines linked to arthritic pain. Research also shows that cinnamon may reduce the proliferation of cancer cells, holding promise for cancer prevention and sufferers of the disease. It is a natural food preservative. It contains fiber, calcium, iron, and manganese, albeit small amounts, in a typical dose of ground cinnamon.

Studies have also proven that cinnamon is effective in treating menstrual pain and infertility. It contains a natural chemical called cinnamaldehyde, which studies show increases the hormone progesterone and decreases testosterone production in women, helping to balance hormones.

The current study was published online in the journal ‘Food Control’.

Cord Blood Collection: confessions of a vampire-midwife


importance of delayed cord cutting when having a baby

Originally posted on MidwifeThinking: I was a bright-eyed and bushy-tailed student midwife I was awarded with a certificate and a box of chocolates. My achievement was collecting the most cord blood in the hospital. At that time the Local Health District was trialling a cord blood bank. The collected stem cells were to be used for treating leukaemia and for research. Every woman birthing in the hospital was asked to donate cord blood for the good cause, and many generously agreed. I was exceptionally good at collecting the blood. This post is a small attempt to repent for my sins.

In recent years cord blood collection and storage has become popular, particularly in the private sector. Cord blood contains magical stem cells, and the idea is that if your baby becomes ill in the future you may be able to use these cells as treatment. My concern with cord blood banking is the inadequate and misleading information given…

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Homeopathy for Plants gardening/farming

Homeopathy For Plants
thanks to Irene SChwens

Gentle Remedies for your Garden and Farming

Although homeopathy’s effectiveness is still scientifically disputed, practical experience shows again and again that it works. For people, animals and even plants. Find out here how it works.

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Plants love Homeopathic Remedies too! This discovery is relatively new – but it is finding ever more enthusiastic followers


Homeopathy is gaining in popularity not only in this country. Because of its gentle effectiveness. The finding that even plants respond to homeopathic remedies is fairly new and has become more widespread over the past few years.

In her book entitled “Homeopathy for Plants – A practical guide for indoor, balcony and garden plants with tips on dosage, use and choice of potency”, Naturopath Christiane Maute describes how she discovered homeopathy for plants through a Larkspur (Delphinium consolida). This is a plant from the buttercup family – Ranunculaceae. Larkspur flowers are almost as complex as the Orchids. She has used homeopathic medicine for years to treat her patients successfully. Then one day she bought a Larkspur at the market. When planting it, she dropped it and the main stalk snapped.

She reports that she simply thought she would try Arnica 200 CH. She dissolved a few pellets in water and poured the medicinal mixture over the Larkspur. The next day it stood upright. At first she thought it was a coincidence. She didn’t bandage it or do anything else to it. And then she thought that maybe plants are just as perceptive to certain things as we are and continued testing.

Sometime later the cherry tree in her back yard was affected by brown rot tip drought. A fungal disease that was going around in the whole region at the time. The naturopath poured Thuja 200 CH over it. It had proved to be a good remedy for fungal infections from cold dampness. She reports that the tree recovered quickly, that dry leaves continued to fall but that healthy green started to grow soon. A little later she received a call from one of her neighbors wondering what she did to her cherry tree – it was the only one in the neighborhood that still had green leaves!

The discovery how homeopathy can help plants came about accidentally

How to find the correct remedy

It is within the nature of homeopathy to determine the totality of symptoms by taking a thorough case. The German doctor Samuel Hahnemann who founded the system of homeopathy, saw disease as an alteration of a healthy person’s state of wellbeing, which expressed itself in the form of symptoms. You would approach these by asking: What makes it better? Or worse? What’s the cause? How is the pain, how is the emotional state?

Depending on the corresponding answers, you could be choosing different remedies for similar complaints. But plants cannot be consulted like people can. The only means to come to a remedy selection here is by closely examining their symptoms and cause, and to interpret them as accurately as possible using your intuition. This is where you would rely on your experience in treating people.

Try the key symptom of a remedy that you would normally give to a person, on plants. For example, in cases of freezing where the leaves turn to a light or silvery colour, use Aconite 200 CH. When the leaves are more of a reddish colour use Belladonna 200 CH. Just like with a feverish child. If the child is pale then you know it is an Aconite fever. If is extremely red on the other hand, like a hot tomato, then the remedy is Belladonna. And you see this on the leaves too. You simply convert it one to one.

Homeopathic remedies work on plants similarly to how they act on people. For example, Arnica helps with injuries and Thuja with fungal infections.

Determining which remedy works for what plant problem is often a matter of experience. A recommendation would be using a remedy that is indicated for a person in the given circumstance

It is a matter of choosing the correct Potency

Dosage and potency are chosen as required. Christiane Maute states that here too she uses the same guidelines as she does for people. If the wants to strengthen an organ, she will choose an X potency. For example Calcium carbonicum or Magnesium phosphoricum, but also Ferrum phosphoricum or Kalium phosphoricum. The sames goes for fertilization of plants. She uses 6X potencies for these purposes. When using X potencies you will need half a teaspoon of small pellets dissolved in 10 litres of water.

The higher potencies such as 30 CH or 200 CH are used to treat plant diseases, pests or weather damage. But the dosage is much lower. She uses 6 to 8 pellets dissolved in 30 litres of water here.

The higher potencies are disputed the most among the homeopathic remedies because according to Avogadro’s Law you cannot detect any molecules from the original substance in them. Still, it is astounding to see how fast they act when the right remedy is chosen.

Conventional medicine likes to attribute the effectiveness of the higher potencies to the placebo effect. This means that pure belief in the curative power of an actually ineffective substance causes healing. But in plant homeopathy, this attempt to explain away the remedies’ effectiveness does sound rather strange. So should we then think that it is the gardener’s belief in Cimicifuga 30 CH which is telepathically transferred to plant lice that compels them to leave? Because this has indeed been confirmed numerous times – even though the lice are not impressed by the remedy itself in any other way.

Besides, the biophysicist Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp showed already decades ago that plants do measurably respond to homeopathic medicines up to a potency of at least 12X. When it came to the higher potencies he believed that the resonance principle known in physics could be responsible for the effectual cause. The fact alone that Popp accepted a research assignment for homeopathy, led to him being banned from lecturing and losing his position at the University of Kaiserslautern back then.

This is how it works

Choosing the right Remedy

Carefully observe the plant’s symptoms and all concomitants. Then use a homeopathic repertory to determine the correct medicine.

Practical Application

Use only one remedy at a time. Let the pellets dissolve in water, then pour or spray the medicinal water onto the plants. Avoid using metal spoons to stir the mixture. Do not pour the water over your hands and do not inhale the spray mist.

Dosage using CH potencies

For indoor plants use 4 pellets dissolved in 1 litre of water. For outdoor plants, 6 – 8 pellets to 30 litres of water.

Dosage using X potencies

A half tsp. of 6X pellets dissolved in 10 litres of water.


After you first use a remedy, wait and see how the plant responds. If there is improvement, no further action is required. Re-dose only if the symptoms come back after initial improvement. You may wish to choose a higher potency this time. If the symptoms are not better, then change the remedy, and carefully re-examine the symptoms and causes.

For Rainy Days

If it rains for longer periods of time do not pour large amounts of water. In this case use only 6 to 8 pellets dissolved in 150 ml of water and apply in spoonfuls to the root areas.

A few pellets are often enough to heal plants. Even stubborn plant lice can be driven away with homeopathic medicines.



A Healthy Walnut Tree thanks to Homeopathic Remedies

Over the course of time, Naturopath Christiane Maute tried a number of homeopathic remedies for different events. Sometimes it took several attempts to determine the correct medicine. One day a neighbor came to her and complained about her walnut tree bearing black nuts. She first gave her Carbo vegetabilis 30 CH and then Arsenicum album 30 CH. Finally she thought that if the nuts are black, then they might have fallen victim to a fungus infection and tried the remedy Thuja 200 CH. The result: The walnut tree cast three black nuts. In the year before it was thousands of black nuts!

In the treatment of trees it has been found that pouring the medicinal water over the tree trunk and the soil within the radius of the tree crown was effective. Smaller plants can be watered or sprayed.



To treat your plants homeopathically, dissolve the pellets in water. Then rain it on the plants, spray it on or pour it in the area of the root ball.


Simple Instructions for Treatment

The indications in plant homeopathy are surprisingly diverse: Bacteria, viruses, weather damage, fungi, pests and even “emotional” problems. The practical examples that are easiest to follow are ready-made prescriptions in homeopathy. Slumping, a blow or a fall will respond well to Arnica. Cracks respond to Calendula or cuts after pruning are treated with Staphysagria 200 CH. When replanting or relocating a plant, Christiane Maute uses Arnica, simply to encourage root formation again.

Sometimes plants can be downright offended or very sensitive and then she gives Ignatia, a remedy for grief. Even when they are neglected when you are away on vacation for example, she gives a grief remedy which is a salt at the same time: Natrium chloratum in 30 CH.

The stress a plant is subjected to on relocation or pricking out can be relieved homeopathically as well – using Calendula 30 CH for example. Calendula has been found to act as an antiseptic and re-constructively and it makes the plant less prone to disease and bugs. The same goes for seeds – therefore she recommends that you put the seeds in Calendula water for a few hours prior to seeding your vegetable or flower plants. Two pellets to one litre of water will be enough.

Homeopathy even has antagonists to help treat scale insects and inch worms.



How to Protect the Environment

In plant homeopathy, not only the Law of Similars is effective. For this reason, agents that are commonly used in agriculture can be applied homeopathically. For example Petroleum for scale insects, or Copper and Sulphur for mildew.

In this way, the same effects are achieved in a gentler, cheaper and environmentally friendlier way – and this is one of the main advantages of plant homeopathy: getting away from the countless pesticides that poison not only our environment but in the end more and more us ourselves.

Another advantage of plant homeopathy is that it can be used proactively as well, for example for difficult to predict changes in the weather. Christiane Maute states that if she applies Aconite 200 CH early in the spring before budding, before proliferation of the leaves of the roses, and Belladonna 200 CH one week later, then frost damage is minimal. The plants also get black spot disease or rust fairly late in the season. Or, if it rains for a longer period of time and the roots of tomato plants are standing in the wet, then she gives Natrium sulphuricum 30 CH proactively. If it is cold, simply Belladonna 200 CH. This will start the heat. This will give them another good boost and the tomato late blight is significantly less.

Blight or rust are fungal infections that like to infest roses


Applications for Gardeners

Plant Lice
◾Cimicifuga 30 CH (rolled up leaves/ flowers, sticky secretions) – works really well for roses and rosaceae
◾Natrium chloratum 30 CH (for neglect or over-fertilization)
◾Psorinum 200 CH (weak, puny plant sensitive to the cold)
◾Staphysagria 200 CH (plant weakened by injury)

Spider Mites
◾Petroleum 30 CH (outdoor: weakness after the cold, indoor: warm, dry air, lack of light)
◾Psorinum 200 CH (weak, puny plants sensitive to the cold)
◾Sulphur 200 CH (sensitive to the cold, thirsty plant with problems absorbing water)

◾Psorinum 200 CH (weak, puny plants sensitive to the cold)

Sulphur 200 CH (sensitive to the cold, thirsty plant with problems absorbing water)



Helix tosta 6X (put the remedy in water and pour it over the ground)

Brown Rot
◾Carbo vegetabilis 30 CH (yellowish-brown leaves, black fungal spots, sensitive to the cold)
◾Cuprum metallicum 30 CH (brown leaves, result of wetness)
◾Natrium sulphuricum 30 CH (result of long periods of rain with humid weather)

Thuja 30 CH / 200 CH (result of long periods of rain with cold weather)


(grey-whitish layer on the leaf surface)
◾Cuprum Metallicum 30 CH (white layer on the leaf surface)
◾Natrium sulphuricum 30 CH (after humid warm weather)
◾Thuja 30 CH (rainy spring and summer)

Lettuce Downy Mildew

(grey to greyish-purple layer on the leaf’s underside)
◾Cuprum Metallicum 30 CH (after lots of rain)
◾Natrium sulphuricum 30 CH (after rain with humid warm weather)
◾Thuja 30 CH / 200 CH (after long periods of rain)

Sulphur 200 CH (in the heat or cold followed by heat)

Black Spot Disease

(black, star-shaped spots on green leaves)
◾Carbo vegetabilis 30 CH
◾Cuprum metallicum 30 CH (after lots of rain)
◾Natrium sulphuricum 30 CH (after rain with humid warm weather)
◾Thuja 30 CH / 200 CH (after damp cold weather, high humidity)
◾Rhus toxicodendron 30 CH (after cold, wet weather)

Leaf Spot Disease
◾Lycopodium 30 CH (bugs and wet weather)
◾Rhus toxicodendron 30 CH (after cold, damp weather)

◾Aconite 200 CH (after a sudden storm, cold front)
◾Arnica 200 CH (slumping, a blow or a fall)
◾Calendula 30 CH (abrasions, cracks)
◾Gelsemium 200 CH (injury due to repotting)
◾Staphysagria 200 CH (cuts after pruning of trees)

General Weakness
◾Arsenicum Album 200 CH (plant stays small, after periods of heat and dryness)
◾Calcium carbonicum 6X (good fertilizer for lime-deficient soil)
◾Calendula 30 CH (weakness due to torn off roots or injury)
◾Kalium phosphoricum 30 CH (at first lush, then begins to ail)
◾Psorinum 200 CH (dwarfish, not thriving plants)
◾Silicea 200 CH (strengthening of the plant’s cellular tissue)

Thuja 30 CH / 200 CH (after wet cold weather, high humidity)

Exchange of Experiences is important

Homeopathy by principle is a science based on experience. And with respect to plants we are really only at the beginning. In her book which has become a bestseller in the meantime, Christiane Maute addressed a large number of plant lovers and started an active exchange of experiences. There have been numerous reports from plant lovers, one for example of a lady stating that although she is not a big gardener, using Aconite for rose rust gave her a huge sense of achievement – her roses have never before been this nice!

How Professionals are using this Knowledge

But it’s not only the home gardeners who are favoring homeopathy over pesticides. Followers include seasoned professionals as well, whose existence depends upon the growth and wellbeing of their plants. It’s been an exciting journey for many. Seeing mealybugs disappear after being treated with Cimicifuga 30 CH, for example. These are difficult to combat using even conventional / chemical substances. Or to see the robust scale insects die off as if by magic, thanks to Petroleum 30 CH.

Of course there have been disappointments too, because the correct remedy is not always obvious at first. But all in all, success speaks for itself. Some horticultural engineers have reported using 90 % less chemistry in the past year thanks to homeopathy and plant fortifiers. This was possible because preventative homeopathic measures were taken and only the seemingly unsolvable acute problems were combatted using classical fixes.

Pellets – Success in the Vineyard too!

These experiences are exemplary for the vineyard too as they offer a promising outlook, economically and environmentally. There are wine growers in Germany who have farmed their vineyards not only organically, but using homeopathy as well. And the resulting wine has earned numerous awards of excellence.

Always in tune with Nature

You need to watch for sufficient greening in between the vine rows, to think holistically, so to say. The more you are concerned with the vine, making sure that it feels good within a diversity of flora, the more you can be certain of a resulting product that you can be proud of. By abandoning pesticides and chemical fertilizers, a better quality of grape can be achieved.

Higher potencies that are used include for example Belladonna to reduce susceptibility to infections in hot humid weather and Dulcamara in damp foggy weather. Also, Cuprum has been used for Lettuce Downy Mildew, preventatively too, and Aconite for sudden events such as a cold front coming through. Silicea is used on the vineyard to strengthen the tissue structure of leaves and new shoots, and Arnica for injuries of vines and grapes.

Medium to low potencies are also used when needed: For example Hypericum 6X if the sun is too strong or Crategus if a vine needs a boost to get over critical situations. The German wine maker Rainer Loacker who is also founder of the Italian homeopathic manufacturing company Remedia, has demonstrated for the past 35 years that success in the vineyard is possible using biodynamics and homeopathy. But he hasn’t found many followers yet, because most of his colleagues find his method too cumbersome. He feels that if you want to use homeopathic medicines then you really need to delve into it. Because homeopathy is so comprehensive that he has never really stopped learning, he says.

Still, it would be desirable to have the enthusiasm for plant homeopathy that we see among home gardeners expand also to full-time farmers. Because every reduction in pesticides that poison us and our environment is to be welcomed. Besides, this offers not only a health and environmental advantage, but also an economical advantage which is not to be poked fun at. Because 30 litres of homeopathic medicinal water cost no more than $ 0.30, as calculated by Christiane Maute.

Irene Schwens, DHMHS, C.Tran.

Owner / Homeopath

K-W Homeopathic Medicine and Wellness Clinic


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