Vaikunthanath Kaviraj: Homeopathy for Plants

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Erysiphe necatorHomeopathy also works with plants. Unfortunately, our colleague Vaikunthanath Kaviraj died a few years ago. 

 

 

But here is his chronicle, so you can read there: 

https://www.facebook.com/Vaikunthanath-Kaviraj-493351267390787/

 

Fungus: Erysiphe necator; also known as Powdery Mildew, can be treated by homeopathic remedies Silicea 6X or Sulphur 6X. Both are good remedies to cure fungal diseases. However, they should not be used simultaneously. It is ‘either/or’ and not ‘and/and’.
~ Vaikunthanath Kaviraj, July 23, 2014

 

If you grow some mint with your aromatic herbs, you will increase their smell, taste and essential oil content.

~ Vaikunthanath Kaviraj, July 26, 2014

 

The Emerald Ash Borer (Agrilus planipennis) is a green beetle that injects its toxic saliva into the tree which kills it. The best remedy is the homeopathic Thuja which will chase the ash borer away. It is a remedy that works very well when animals are poisoned – same for trees.
~ Vaikunthanath Kaviraj, August 14, 2014

 

Lycopodium clavatum is a moss, and the spores, which were used in the time of Hahnemann to furnish the material for the coating of medicinal pills, were thought to be inert. Hahnemann procured some of the powder and potentised it according to his unique method and found it was a profoundly acting medicine, useful to treat a large part of the population.

 

Regardless the speculations of the evolutionists, who have found fossils of this moss in strata 350 million years old and therefore consider it to be a remnant from the Silurian period, this moss has been with us, like all of creation, since the beginning of time. If we consider for a moment the implications of the Vedic teaching that the earth is renewed every 4,320,000 years, the statement of the evolutionist be-comes meaningless, as with every renewal the same plants and animals are created again and again.
~ Vaikunthanath Kaviraj, September 23, 2014

 

Potato Blight (Phytophthora infestans) is a fungal disease. There are three homeopathic remedies that are useful in this situation: Phaseolus, a remedy made from a companion to potatoes, it is very effective, and also Silicea or Sulphur can be used.

Vaikunthanath Kaviraj, Oct 6, 2014

 

Since the plant does not speak to us directly, pathology reports are necessary, as are soil nutrient levels and other objective data. As in humans, the task of the homeopath is to elicit the signs and symptoms pertaining to the diseased plant (Organon, sections 5 and 6). ~ Vaikunthanath Kaviraj, Nov 5, 2014

 

You can test many remedies on plants. Those remedies that have a good effect on the lungs are useful for leaf diseases and pests that destroy leaf tissue. Those that affect the digestive system have good effects on plant metabolism. Those that affect the urinary system have good effects on the elimination tissues of plants that reduce excess water. That is where the anthropomorphism comes back into the picture. Also here, be guided by the Law of Similars.

 

Each test should be written down in a specific manner. It is important that the results should be written down in the same sequence as they occur and if possible, take photographs in sequence!
~ V. Kaviraj, Dec2, 2014

 

Source: https://www.facebook.com/Vaikunthanath-Kaviraj-493351267390787/

 

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Dr Abha B.H.M.S is an alumni of Bharati Vidypeeth Deemed University's Homoeopathic Medical College, Pune. She has more than 10 years of clinical experience into practising homeopathy. Currently, she is Editor, The Homoeopathic Heritage and www.homeopathy360.com.

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