A pilot study of the influence of Natrum muriaticum 6cH and 30cH in a standardized culture of Phaseolus vulgaris L.
Mariana Moreira Lensi, Tatiana Jürgensen Siqueira, Gustavo Henrique Silva
ABSTRACT The use of highly diluted and agitated solutions is widespread. Its use extends to all living beings
including plants, acting effectively in the latter’s primary and secondary metabolism. Aims: this
is a pilot study designed to assess the action of Natrum muriaticum in dilutions 6 CH and 30 CH
in comparison to the action of 5.0% NaCl solution administered separately to a population of
Phaseolus vulgaris L. (common bean). Materials and methods: it was determined the relative
growth rate (RGR) of the bean population treated for 6 weeks and subdivided into 4 groups (5
vases each): P1 (control) treated with 30% alcohol solution only; P2, treated with aqueous 5.0%
NaCl solution; P3, treated with Nat-m 6 CH; P4, treated with Nat-m 30 CH. Results: it was seen
an increase in the salinity of the soil that caused the inhibition of the development of the bean
population P2. In addition, the use of Nat-m promoted a significant increase in vegetable growth,
chiefly in dilution 6 CH (P3), causing a significant increase in the RGR of the bean population.
Conclusion: high dilutions of Nat-m showed to be efficient to stimulate the growth of common
Keywords: High dilutions, Phaseolus vulgaris L, Relative growth rate, Natrum muriaticum
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