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it worked for my daughter and i so i studied it and loved it.
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I can see homeopathy in australia becoming much much more available and popular as 1st strike for health.
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I set up 5 beds, containing different types of plants or sometimes the same, next to each other, arranged according to growing method, i.e.
1. following orthodox agriculture, using chemical fertilisers.
2. following the organic method, which uses compost and manure.
3. biological, which uses companion plants to avoid pests and diseases and lure predators.
4. biodynamic, using preparations made from cow dung, like B500.
5. permaculture method, which grows small amounts of plants, surrounded by many different other plants in so-called plant societies.
After some time, I put each of them under stress – not giving water, too much fertiliser, not enough companion plants or too many of them, planting them too close for comfort and whatever else would come up to stress them.
As a result, plants would attract pests, become sick or develop nutrient problems such as excess or deficiency. Also, I used remedies in repeated doses, to discover if they would become sick or attract pests, so that a clear picture developed of the entire syndrome of conditions and circumstances.
Then I would try out remedies for the problems created with the first stress methods and try to find antidotes for the conditions created by the provings with remedies. This is a time-consuming process and will result in many frustrations, because it is fraught with many mistakes. It can also give good insights, especially with provings, because they often mimic the conditions created by the first types of methods mentioned to induce stress.
I also searched for situations where such conditions occur naturally, such as pests and diseases on plants that grow in the wild, in parks and other municipal greenery. Of course I asked many of my friends to tell me if they had problems with pests in their gardens or their pot plants and if I could have a try in treating them. Some complied, others did not.
In this way I collected as much evidence of a certain problem that I could find and began treatment, often on clinical observations first, or even just clinical.
Because the bee is a "herd" creature and likes to have close proximity of its own kind, you may find that Pulsatilla is a better remedy to promote hive cohesion - both with mite and beetle infestations. It gives the bees more courage and enables them to fight off intruders much better.
There is absolutely no danger for bees when using homoeopathic remedies on plants. I have never seen anything like it and in the last 25 years I have been into this have never heard from anyone that the bees are affected. I understand the reluctance, but a predator remedy affects the pest only, just like in IPM (Integrated Pest Management) where the live predators are introduced. They have no interest in bees, but only go for their daily diet. Just like lions and tigers eat deer and so on and will not attack a Rhino or an elephant, similarly the insect predators go for their food, which are not bees.
Hi Carol, welcome in my circle of friends. I am glad to have made it available and of course happy you like it. There is plenty that needs better adjustment in the field and it is not always viable on different plant families. I have to find more specific remedies and expand heavily into companion plants as remedies. There is plenty of work still to be done. Any interest in trying things out?
Hi Carol. Thanks so much for your answer. No I don't know Australia. I have Colombian friends that life in Pert. So do you think is it possible to be homeopath in Australia? Because my wife and me wants to live in another Country. My wife is microbiologist. We have a daughter Isabella she is one year old and we believe it is the moment to educate our daughter in other Country like Australia. Excuse me if I`m not opportune but could you please tell me how can I homologate my title as a master degree in homeopathy ? Excuse me if I am not correct whit you doing this. Thanks so much.
Hi Carol. How are you doing? Well..better late than never.
You wrote me that you work in Australia...wonderful. Is possible to work in Australia as a Homeopathic Doctor? because I like to try. Tell me more about your experience as a Homeopath in Australia. Best Regards. Leonardo Lara From Colombia Souht America.
Welcome on board to our wonderful HWC community - together we can make HOMEOPATHY an every day household word all around the world - I´m looking forward to seeing your inputs on the walls of our Groups here.