“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 to this and other questions.
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When the ladybird beetle was turned into a homeopathic remedy it became a highly useful treatment for the common garden problem of apids.
Are you struggling with problems caused by beetles, cyclids, silverfish, ants, earwigs, spiders or caterpillars? See what our agrohomeopathic expert had to say.
Is it best to spray Helix tosta on the leaves or water the remedy into the ground? Does it work with all snails? We answer these and other questions.
For those who still doubt there’s anything to homeopathy, here’s a simple experiment to try at home. All you need are a few bean seeds and one remedy – you can even make it yourself.
Did you know you can extend the life of your homeopathic pills by turning them into liquid remedies? Doing so also has several treatment benefits. Find out what and how.
In repeated research, potentised remedies changed the rate at which tadpoles grew. It also showed that remedies were affected by mobile (cell) phone and microwave oven emissions.
Homeopathy works with any living thing which means the disease of fish also respond to it. Rather than trying to drop a pill down a wriggling fish’s mouth, though, do this.
Keen to use homeopathy in your garden but not sure how to apply the remedies? Here’s our information sheet with dosage instructions and storage information.