I assume now that you know what homeopathy is, if not I will explain. Homeopathy is an natural alternative medical practice. The medicines or remedies that are used are highly diluted. That is why they are extremely safe to use. People that use homeopathic remedies have faith that the medicine will cure their illness. They use medicines that produce the similar symptoms they have in a healthy person. Basically, they take medicines that have similar symptoms as their illness. This explains the principle of “like cures likes” that homeopathy was founded on. The principle of ” the minimum dose ” is also another essential principle that it was founded on. Now lets move on to how you can use your garden to create remedies.
First you are going to need a substance or a mixture of substances to create your remedies. I will list some and a good description of each. Also I will list how to grow some of them in your vegetable of fruit garden.
Viburnum obovatum’s fruit: Cassioberry
Viburnum obovatum, also known as Walter’s viburnum, is a shrub that produces the fruit cassioberry. Cassioberries can be used in your homemade homeopathy medicine. Walter’s viburnum produces evergreen leaves and matures in late winter. It is mostly used as a landscaping plant in Florida. It is a weird plant because it can grow in full sun, part shade, or full shade. Many plants can’t do that. They usually grow 6 -15 feet although they can grow up to 30 ft. With good soil and a good growing environment you can grow these plants in your fruit garden if you have one. You can use the fruit they produce to make remedies.
Dahlias are red flowers with a dark red center, They should be planted between late March and May for most areas. Dahlias need lots of sun, so they should planted in location with 8 hours of sun each day. They should be planted at the same time when you plant your vegetable garden. This flower can be planted in your veggie garden because they use the same type of soil as your veggies do. In your garden this plant can be used as a trap crop, which will keep pests away from vegetable crops and the same goes if you were planting a fruit garden. For this article, dahlias can be used in your homeopathic remedies or can be mixed with other substances or herbs.
Stachys byzantina, also called Lamb’s ears, is known as a herbaceous perennial. It has a non woody stem. It grows good in well-drained and acidic soil. It is also drought tolerate. Although it will lose leaves in some droughts the whole plant will survive. They are great ground covers for sunny areas, and they deer and rabbit resistant. Avoid watering the plants leaves because they will rot and be vulnerable to leaf diseases. Provide enough space for it to grow because of air circulation. Also, they need lots of space because they will crowd other plants you have in your garden.
Eupatorium Purpureum B
Eupatorium Purpureum, also known as Joe Pye Weed, are sturdy growing perennials that will make your garden look beautiful. Also, they’re an ingredient that can be used in your remedies. They thrive in in moist, fertile, and well-drained soil. It’s a great option for rain gardens, meadows, or wild gardens. They are adaptive too. They bloom mid summer through fall, and look beautiful through out winter. They look even better when planting next to other perennials. They grow between 5-8 ft. Finally, you can consider using this in your gardens or you can use this in your remedies. Read for more on perennial flowers.
You can use ingredients from red onions to make your homeopathic remedies. If you don’t want to buy your onions, here is a summary of how to grow them. Red onions are easy to grow just like any other onion. They are biennial plants. This means their life cycle takes two years.. There is no difference in growing red onions than growing other onions. Onions need plenty of sun to grow and well-drained, fertile sun. They need to be watered regularly but not drenched. This could cause problems, like diseases and stunted growth. You can harvest onions when they are scallions or you can be patient and wait until they’re mature and full size. Be sure to store properly. You can find what ingredients you need for your remedies. Eating onions raw can also get rid of common colds.
Arnica has been used in medical practices for hundreds of years. Arnica is also a great trap crop. A trap cropping is a gardening method for trapping and removing insects out of your garden. Here is an article for more on gardening methods in your garden. It has been used to treat insect bites, sprains and bruises, and burns. It is available in highly diluted homeopathic medicines, such as pills. Planting arnica isn’t difficult at all. Just sprinkle seeds on sand or fertile soil. They don’t need to be covered in the soil. The soil needs to be moist for the seeds to sprout or germinate. Avoid having the soil be dry or they won’t germinate. You will have to be patient because the seeds don’t sprout until a month. Make sure to have space between them for air circulation. You can also sow the seeds indoors to get a head start on growing. Arnica doesn’t require a lot of your time. All it needs is moist soil, which requires you to water. Try not to let the soil get dry because that could stunt its growth. This article could help you on growing arnica.
These substances, herbs, and vegetables can all be used individually or can be mixed together to create a homeopathic treatment to cure your illness. They can only treat acute diseases and not chronic diseases. Acute diseases are diseases that are temporary, like the common cold. Chronic diseases are diseases that are recurring, like aids or cancer. Substances are chosen because they produce similar substances in a healthy person. For example, if a healthy person eats a raw onion, their nose is going to run and they body temperature is going to run. These symptoms are similar to a person with the common cold. Therefore, if a person with the common cold eats a raw onion their sickness is going to pass. Read this article for more on making homeopathic remedies at home.