Arsenicum alb and white bean biomass

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Arsenicum alb and white bean biomass

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RESISTIVENESS OF HOMEOPATHIC HIGH DILUTIONS OF Arsenicum album AND ITS CORRELATION ON INCREASING BIOMASS OF WHITE BEAN (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

JJ Zanco; P Boff; MIC Boff

ABSTRACT: Homeopathic high dilution is a therapeutic process that may uses a
matrix basic on biological origin or chemistry, natural and synthetic products. The
potential application in agriculture come out the mid-'20s that was suggested that the
effect could follow such regularity by understanding agronomic models. The aim of this
study was to verify the germination and development of bean plants by applying eight
different high dilution of Arsenicum album. The experiment was conducted in the
laboratory and greenhouse of the University of Southern Santa Catarina-UNISUL,
Campus da Pedra Branca, Florianópolis. The bean seeds were soaked into homeopathic
high dilution and water during 12 hours and then sown in containers and earth worm
humus. The following centesimal hahnemanian dilutions (CH) were applied: 2, 6, 10,
14, 20, 30, 200 and 1000CH. Homeopathic high dilution preparations were obtained
from two pharmacies, A and B, compared with the control drinking water and reverse
osmosis water. For each treatment, 50 seeds were sown and at evaluation stage was
chosen 16 plants with better development. During the period of the experiment
temperature and relative humidity were monitored. Resistivity tests were made for the
various CH and the water. The results showed that 20 and 30 CH, from the pharmacy A
was higher than other CHs, including in relation to all pharmacy B CHs, where 10CH
outperformed other CHs. There was also a significant difference between the results of
the manipulations pharmacy A and B, concerning bean germination.

Keywords: high dilution, resistivity, Phaseolus vulgaris