Effects of Homeopathic Solutions of Rosmarinus officinalis L. and Artemesia absinthum L on the Germination and Growing of Cordade-viola (Ipomoea sp)
G.G. Marques-Silva e C.M. Bonato
Several studies demonstrated the many applications of homeopathy in agriculture. One of these
applications refers to the increase and inhibition of the seeds germination. This aim of this research
was to study the effects of homeopathic solutions of Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) and
Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium L) in germination and development of corda-de-viola seedlings
(Ipomoea sp). Homeopathic solutions of these plants were used in the 3CH, 6CH, 9CH,12CH,
24CH and 30CH dinamizations. 5 repetitions were made with 20 seeds each. The fresh mass
production of corda-de-viola seedlings suffered inhibition in 6CH dinamization of Wormwood and
increase in 9CH, 12CH, 24CH and 30CH dinamizations of Rosemary. The values of dry mass were
increased in 3CH dinamization of Wormwood. The dinamizations 12, 24 and 30CH of Rosemary
increased the number of seeds germinated.
Research papers concerning agrohomeopathy, homeopathy (if relevant), potentised BD remedies and so forth.