Agrohomeopathy pioneer, Kaviraj, received more questions about pests than plants. Here are his suggestions for keeping them at bay.
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Did you know that homeopathy can help copper beech trees with phypophtora? Or stop pantry moths eating your fabric? Kaviraj responded to these and other concerns.
Homeopathy works with any living thing which means diseases of fish also respond to the indicated remedy. Rather than trying to drop a pill down a wriggling fish’s mouth, though, try this.
“My sheep have had fly strike as well as lice. Is there any homeopathic remedy for these conditions? If so, how do I administer it to them?” Read the answer for this and other questions.
Agrohomeopathy – the use of homeopathy for plant diseases – is still in its infancy but here is one repertory that helps when choosing remedies for plant problems.
Looking for help with garden problems such as bindis, onion weed, cherry slugs, ants, and gall wasps? Agrohomeopathy pioneer, Kaviraj, offered advice on these and more.
When unwell, our body tries to heal itself. Treatments either palliate or suppress its efforts, or stimulate a faster and stronger healing response. Which approach do you choose?
Kaviraj focussed on homeopathy for plants but he was also asked about eucalyptus toxins, termites, rats, flea-infested cats, white fly, and more. Here are his answers.
A retired doctor tells how with a little knowledge, patience and practice, amazing results are achieved with homeopathy.