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 This is the day we've been waiting for....

Kaviraj flies to Haiti and then will begin setting up the clinic.

We are looking forward to getting reports from the field. 

Visit Blog all about Miro's Donation to this cause!

thank you everyone!



One person will win a special English version E-Book 
consisting of 1500 pages of the first two volumes of Kaviraj's Encyclopedia Agrohomoeopathica.

Volume 1 has theory and some examples. 
Volume 2 contains some more theory and general remedies.
Value = $75

One person will win an original signed soft-covered copy 
of the original book.
Value = $35



APRIL 16 - 18, 2010

Moodie Publications 

Vaikuntanath Das Kaviraj will discuss the work that formed his book “Homeopathy for Farm and Garden” and the work he has done since its publication. Bring your questions - specific or general - and learn what homeopathy can do for your crops and gardens 


UK£90 - includes teaching and lunches. or Tel: UK - 020 7193 4697 (a/m!)

Reviewed By: Tony Scofield

VAIKUNTHANATH DAS KAVIRAJ began his homeopathic work with plants in Switzerland in 1986 when a friend suggested he try treating a row of apple trees that suffered from bright red rust. To everyone’s surprise, the homeopathic remedy Belladonna cleared the rust and left a much better-tasting apple than the trees had produced before. This experience inspired years of subsequent research in Australia and Europe, which form the basis of this book.

The first quarter of the book consists of a brief review of homeopathy and agriculture. The author begins by quoting sections of Hahnemann’s Organon and putting agriculture into this context. Throughout his discussion, he puts the plant at the center of the treatment regime and, when discussing control methods, he does pick up on an important point that even “organic” control methods miss the point of the real problem-the fact that plants are still being attacked. The plant is obviously having a problem and it needs to be treated rather than the pests and diseases attacking it. Organic farmers would go further, perhaps, and say that the soil or local environment is at fault and that these need to be addressed first. But, the plant is the organism which manifests changes as a result of soil deficiencies and provides the means of selecting suitable remedies, so it is not surprising, perhaps, that this is the obvious target for treatment.

The author attacks “chemical” farming and genetic engineering and highlights the phenomenon of insects developing resistance to the pesticidal qualities of genetically modified crops. Kaviraj contrasts these problems with the advantages of homeopathic treatment: only one dose is usually required so it is economical in terms of labor, and cost of the remedy is negligible; only minute doses are used so there are no residue problems; no resistance develops; and finally, the plant is treated, not the disease.

The author is keen on intercropping and companion planting and uses remedies of suitable companion plants to protect against pests and diseases pertaining to them. He also, not surprisingly, uses micro- and macro-nutrients (e.g., boron, potassium, phosphorus) as homeopathic remedies.

The first part of the book ends with a brief review of the structure of the soil and the nutrients therein, and of plant structure. Finally, instructions are given on how to use the remedies-they are prepared in water using the 6X potency and sprayed onto plants. The bulk of the book consists of a Materia Medica in which a “clinical description” of each remedy details the symptoms and/or pests and diseases. Also a “general description” gives the history of each remedy’s use and indications. Further details such as the appearance of plants and their various parts, relations with other remedies, and antidotes are often given. At the beginning of this section, I would have found it interesting to read about the author’s own proving work and been given more information about where he obtained other details for the Materia Medica because the book implies that it did not all come from his own experimental work.

The book concludes with a Repertory where conditions can be matched to remedies. The author has accumulated an enormous amount of useful information here in a groundbreaking book. The Materia Medica and Repertory are easy to follow and the selection of a suitable remedy should not pose too much difficulty. This technique is certainly worth trying as it is neither expensive nor time-consuming and will not have an adverse effect on the environment.

This article originally appeared in the July/August 2007 issue of Homeopathy Today, a publication of the National Center for Homeopathy, and is reprinted here with permission. For subscription and membership information, visit

To Learn More:
Mark Moodie, publisher of Homeopathy for Farm and Garden, has created a website to collect and share information about using homeopathically-prepared substances for plants and related subjects (e.g., biodynamic gardening). Visit

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Replies to This Discussion

Great to see Debby and Kaviraj and the great interview from Miami Airport; It is sort of LIVE; as i watch it.
Dear HWC members,

The day has arrived that one of our "Homeopathic Soldier" Dr. Kaviraj is on his way to a battleground called Haiti. He is going to confront many enemies along this route, such as malaria, typhoid, gangrene, starvation and so on.

We as one nation, one community wish him "All the Best" in his and our Quest to defeat the enemies and return triumphantly back with planting the "Homeopathic Flag" sternly in the soil (soul and heart) of Haitian people for centuries to come.

We as members can help this brave soldier by sustaining the efforts put forth by Ms.Bruck and HWC at large.

Oh and last (no big pharma has asked me to say this), I wish HWC members can come forward with any and every help possible to sustain this project.


Dear Mrs Debby Bruck and Mr Kaviraj and HWC

Hi and thank you for all your effective efforts and arduous labor during last months. You proved

that we can stand on our own feet to help people in the worst situations in Haiti Port eu prince.

Once again the world is going to see fabulous results of Pure Homeopathic unity and sympathy

towards the patients in this chaotic sphere. The remedies will be curative and very much


God bless you all, Noori
Hello All
I am wondering if anyone has heard from Kavi and if he has his new computer up and running now? Any news from Kavi and Ingrid?
all Blessings
Hello Barbara ~ I need to get a new video up about progress. I have not spoken to Kavi in two days and hopefully tonight I will be able to get in touch. I believe that Ed and student arrived and Ingrid maybe yesterday or today. Another person from New Jersey will go down next week. That will make five people.

They have started caring for Haitians, who mostly have wounds and amputated limbs. They need a lot more donations because Ingrid spend a couple thousand dollars on more supplies and staying at a hotel in Miami while waiting for transportation to Haiti.

I hope that is helpful
thanks Debby,
If you cannot get a video with Kavi right now what is the chance that you and Miro or someone else can do a video for now to try to mount more funds for the Haiti mission and then what about some talk about getting on board with a twitter or facebook compaign for signatures in defense of the future life of homeopathy and human choice for our own personal healing modality. Homeopathy and Life without Borders.
Blessings to all


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