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The germ of an idea

The idea of Olea Homeopathica was born in 2012 in Freiburg, Germany (i.e. the city where I obtained the Heilpraktiker degree a few years ago), during a Homeopathy Congress (World Institute of Sensation Homeopathy [WISH]), when in the first break and while I was taking a look at the homeopathic bibliography, I noticed a book entitled Homeopathy for Farm and Garden by Vaikunthanath Das Kaviraj. I was so surprised and I felt like an overjoyed kid. Never before had I imagined that homeopathy could have an effect on plants as well. I took the book in my hands and leafed through its pages, trying to absorb all the knowledge it contained. Afterwards, I bought that book and a few years later it constituted my basic manual, along with the books of Christiane Maute Homeopathy for plants, for the homeopathic cultivation of the olive trees.

Homeopathic cultivation aims at curing and taking care of the olive trees exactly in the same way as with any living being. We cure a tree or a plant exactly as we cure a person, and this is something that only homeopathy can achieve. Its remedies are the only ones that can be applied to people, as well as to animals and plants, rendering it thus even more holistic. A plant is a living organism and it should, at last, be considered so, in its actual dimension. It lives, it breathes and it deserves even more our respect and our care, in the same way as we take care of a sick person or a healthy person of our own.

Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose had proven in his work since 1904 already that every plant and every part of the plant has a separate reaction to any mechanical stimulus and presents natural variations, similar to those in the animal tissues. Bose carried out experiments on common plants, like radish, celery and cauliflower and he found out that these exhibited the feeling of fatigue and depression. Bose was certain that plants present everything that people present.

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