hello Viakuntanathdas ji ...I would be interested to try out some of your remedy suggestions for plants....also with treating insectsinfestations in the garden do you feel there is any danger possibly of effecting the bees....we have had in Queensland Australia in the last 6 month terrible plagues of grasshoppers eating everything, but our bees are so precious I,v to spray remedies until i,m convinced the bees will be ok.....
About your book, I looked on Considerata and did not find it. Minimum Price Books only has the first edition (which I have) and is out of stock of the new edition. I would love to study with you and instruct others. I took a rudimentary permaculture design course in Colorado and made a presentation to the class regarding homeopathy. I think your work would be a great bridge for these folk. In my mind, the hours and hours of thoughtful observation of Bill Mollison's ideal fits nicely into the 'objective observer' of Hahnneman's Organon. How can these two be wed? In your work. I have been 'growing my own' for 20 years with the hope that the food that I eat and sell at the Farmer's Market is adapted to the prevailing climate and conditions that we live in--not just preventing contamination from petro-chemicals, but adapting also to the local 'critters' and the pressures they exist under.
At this time I am developing a 'homemade cuisine' that incorporates weeds--principally Chenipodium album, purslane, sage, thyme, pansies, dandelions, dill, fennel, mallow, and edible flowers that grow around my house. I assume that the plants that thrive in the soil I live on have what I need for health and nutrition.
I need to find a use for bindweed and Canadian thistle (I am always harvesting them) other than compost enrichment.
Thank you, Kaviraj! I am very excited to be a part of this community. I appreciate the opportunity to be included in your circle of friends. I do believe I will be able to learn lots from it and we will be able to share what we learn using aquponics as a food source and the treatment of any issues through homeopathics. These are exciting times!
What you describe sounds great, Kaviraj, and the price is very reasonable. Would there be a way to record and archive the classes so that if someone has to miss a weekend, he or she could watch a recorded version later? That would probably make it more attractive to folks whose schedules would prevent them from being available every single weekend for 12 straight weeks. I am glad there is a way for you to do this sooner than you had originally thought. Is there a way I can help put this together? Best wishes, Nan
Hello Kaviraj - thanks for your speedy response to my invitation. Below is the message I wrote to you and Debby earlier, about this week's radio show. I really appreciate your thinking about homeopathy and plants have read many of your previous posts as well as using the suggestions in your book here on our farm in Northern California.
Dear Debby and Kaviraj,
Just wanted to say that I really enjoyed the plant show this past Wednesday. I am not often able to listen in live because of a schedule conflict, but I was able to hear almost all of the show this week, thanks in part to the fact that it started late : ). The main thing that drew me to HWC was my interest in Kaviraj's work with plants -- I stumbled on his book a few years ago. I was thinking after the show that it would be great if the obviously vast amount of he has done about homeopathy for plants could be organized into a curriculum for a class where the ideas could be presented systematically. Any interest in creating a series of lectures or DVDs or having a live on-line class? I was a college teacher for many years before becoming a homeopath and I would be happy to help if you are interested in this idea.
PS- I am hopeless at this cyber stuff and can't figure out how to send this message to both of you at the same time, so I will send it to you each separately...
Sir, I have gone through your profiles. I am very happy that you are Interested in so many fields and the top is homoeopathy. I am now interested in plant homoeopathy, which you called agrohomoeopathy.
Thank for accepting,
I am very interested in agrohomeopathy, because it represents many advantages for a developing country. Of course it represents the same advantages for a developed country.
I just orderd your book through our community. I can't wait to read it!
I was given 200 Calc-c which I took every 15 days for 2.1/2 months not know anything about homeopathy around 15 years ago which cleared the malfunction of my thyroid. It produced nodules which have completely gone. I love homeopathy.
Wilma answered me: there is nothing on paper, but she remembered that we gave Merc because of the syphilitic proces and Staph. because of the fact that the trees suffered from a certain kind of moth, in Dutch we call it the Kastanjemineermot, that is still there in those trees, the trees are very easily parasited. I remembered that we also tried Kreos, but that did nothing at all.
Kind regards, Lonneke