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Agrohomeopathic Biotypes

MMC Radko Tichavský
(institutocomenius@gmail.com) The implementation of agro-homeopathic biotypology (constitution) allows us to better repertorize for ailments in plants and agricultural crops. It brings greater success in prescribing for and healing plants with homeopathy. The impossibility of performing an "interview" with plants, as we do with humans, limits the identification of biotypes by subjective sensations, emotions, dreams or feelings. However we can still see individual reactions, such as voltaic tension, electrical ultradian and circadian oscillations
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, modification of ion exchange, increase of production and display of secondary

metabolites (eg. scents made by the plant), and these data reveal a considerable part of the "subjective" behaviors in plants. It is estimated that humans share about 50% of their DNA structure with plants. Many researchers assume that due to the absence of a brain, plants have no intelligence and are not aware of themselves. Actually, most of the higher plants recognize their own roots and are able to distinguish between the root systems of other plants. Therefore, they meet one of the conditions of intelligence: awareness of themselves. In addition, plants make daily decisions; where to direct the roots in search of nutrients and where to tilt their leaves and branches in search of greater sunlight or moisture. (2) Green plants do make decisions. For example, when they are attacked by aphids, depending on the area of damage, they may decide to sacrifice a branch, a leaf, or other non-vital part by removing nutrients and re-directing them into new outbreaks with a greater chance of survival. They also have the capacity of memory, which allows them to recognize a pest or offender and display secondary metabolites in their defense, or even to make the best decision about the forecasting of weather conditions. Cultivated plants display secondary metabolites, (and the dynamis vital) generally which are diminished due to their grade of domestication, as their survival depends of humans. Wild plants express secondary metabolites and vital behavior more intensively and more adaptively. The higher plants (cultivated or wild) show reactions similar to the “conditioned reflexes” which physiologist Ivan Petrovich Pavlov discovered in his work with dogs.

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but they have recently identified in the cockroach (Periplaneta spp. (3) Dracaena sp. mechanical stimulation 1st picket with pin 2 ..Until recently it was assumed that conditioned reflexes only existed in higher animals.) and through the observation of electrical responses also in higher plants.

Dracaena sp.. mechanical stimulation 2nd picket with pin 3 .

mechanical stimulation 3rd picket with pin 4 ..Dracaena sp.

approximation of “torturer” one meter away 5 ..Dracaena sp.

One of the basic principles of homeopathy is individualization of the homeopathic intervention. but they express an individualized biotic behavior which can constitute different biotypes. Plants do not speak.Dracaena sp. can develop conditioned reflexes and have memory. higher plants meet the profile required to be considered living entities. 6 . approximation of hand of “torturer” 20 cm away (without touching) In other words. have individual awareness of themselves. This certainly does not means that the intelligence of plants is the same as that of mammals or humans.. Plants make decisions. Still we must note that plants are more intelligent than most humans caught in an anthropocentric point of view. individual profiles. Therefore they can be considered intelligent entities that develop during their lifetime.

bacteria. Sexuality and trends in reproduction (in sexuated plants it must be considered that the biotype may differ between male. thanks to its central role in homeopathy and also in agrohomeopathy. Reference biotype : Sulphur in orange tree (Citrus sinensis) Plants develop four individual biotypes. Biotypes are not related in a fixed manner with a family of plant. They also show great adaptability to the environment (4). 4. mature. as in Papaya carica). 5. specie or hybrid.Clearly homeopathic biotypes are not distributed among the plants according to genus or species. showing: 1. they display individual patterns of behavior and morphologic plasticity. Henri Bernard stated that the Sulfur type. 7 . animals. young plant. seedling. 6. insects. Biotic behavior (predominance of vertical or horizontal development. or basic constitutions. Even when these plants are cloned.. fluid retention in tissues etc. resistance to drought. has value as a reference. old plant).) . 2. fungi and develop vital constellation.with. Allelopathic relationships with other plants and animals (plants perceive the presence of humans.Reactions to different environmental conditions. sensibility to storms. Genetic predisposition and constitution of the body (genotype and phenotype). 3. but they do crystallize within species or even within each hybrid. Age (seed.them). linked to the plant normolineal with healthy development and regularity of their strokes in the air and in soil parts. female or hermaphrodite plants.

Bernard and others) the best suited to the specific conditions of the plant is the model of Antoine Nebel. Its nature is similar to Phosphorus. Martiny. Nebel. Mills. a) Carbo-calcic biotype Shortlined plant. 8 . modified by the Brazilian homeopath Roberto Costa who adds to the Nebellian scheme a 4th biotype. Silica. with a tendency to retain water.From the different homeopathic biotopology models (Grauvogl. Hypersecretion. an element highly unstable. Its nature is similar to the stable element carbon. Large digestive capacity. robust roots. Fast and unstable biosomatic expressions. Poor skeletal development tends to skew. Its remedy is Calcarea phosphorica. with predominantly lateral. Their diseases are slow and repeated. primary accent on photosynthesis. Kretschmer. Very sensitive to pruning. Suffers by movements and changes of position (moving of seed. horizontal development. difficulty gaining weight. compact. Tends to be demineralized. bones and joints solid. Carbo-calcic biotype of Orange tree (Citrus sinensis) b) Phospho-calcic biotype Longlined plant. height above average and marked thinness. transplants). Orderly growth. Short trunk which expands in width. slow and stubborn. Sheldon. is scarcely affected by pruning. Biosomatic expressions are slow and stable. Its remedy is Calcarea carbonica. Predominance of developing roots. great development of subcutaneous tissue. vertical growth.

have disorganized growth. Oscillations with erratic electrical behavior. Plants of variable height below average.Phospho-calcic biotype of Orange tree (Citrus sinensis) c) Fluo-calcium biotype Alterations in development of seeds. are sharply curved or have convex profile in relation to the axis of the plant. with structural asymmetries. Hyposecretion. are unpredictable in their growth and/or flowering. poorly developed 9 . Limbs are long and thin.

suppurative tendency. leaves and trunks or other parts of the plant. fragility in thorns. 10 . develops slowly. Low resistance to climate change. longlineal. Its remedy is Calcarea fluorica. Fluor-calcic biotype of Orange tree (Citrus sinensis) d) Siliceous biotype Notoriously weak. Very slow or discontinuous biosomatic behavior. poor absorption of nutrients. Anarchic precociousness.roots. lacking energy. thin.

a reaction of plants which depends and relates to the constitutional type and the environment. Biosomatic expressions are reduced and less pronounced. (6) During the plant life. Temperaments represents the dynamic part based on the constitution and classifies the actual state of the organism. reduced flowering and fruit-set of the fruit. reflecting their episodic status. aggravation after irrigation at new moon and full moon. wounds becomes infected easily. Siliceous biotype of Orange tree (Citrus sinensis) To the biotypological aspect are to be added temperaments.does not tolerate low temperatures. 11 . Its remedy is Silicea terra. Plants do not tolerate pruning. failures at the tissue and connective tissue components. the constitution type does not change and the temperament evolves during the different stages of the plant’s age and depends largely on environmental influences.

Magnesia sulfurica. we can extrapolate this to the plants. Petroleum. must always be found there. Iodum. decreased oxygenation. Chromium. Allium cepa. Ferrum metallicum. Ammonium muriaticum. Thuya occidentalis. Remedies related to this temperament are: Antimonium crudum. Nux vomica. Hydrocyanic acid. Dulcamara. The mechanistic view assumes that what we introduce in the plant and soil (by watering. Kali iodum. Muriatic. and Carbonitrogenoid. rubbing or otherwise). Lycopodium clavatum. Iodium Ferrum. 12 . Kali carbonicum. Louis Kevran. Nitrogenoid is associated with the Hahnemannian miasm of Psora. Carbonoid (show exaggerated influence of oxygen in tissues) is related to the selfintoxication of the plant.Roberto Costa (5) suggested a distribution based on the temperaments of Grauvogl in four categories Oxygenoid. Hydrogenoid (shows excess of hydrogen and passive water retention in tissues) is related to sycosis within the Hahnemanian miasms. oxygen. Ipecac. Arsenicum album. Remedies associated with this temperament are: Aconitum. (7) If we analyze which elements are involved in the biological transmutations of low-energy described by C. Lantana camara. 2. Silicea terra. Carbonoid is associated with the Hahnemannian miasm of Psora. Nitri acid. Capsicum. If we broadly define the three miasms described by Hahnemann. Oxygenoid is associated with the Hahnemannian miasm of Syphilis. 3. It is characterized by rapid reactions and ionic permutations. for example to Silicea to Calcium or vice versa. 4. China officinalis. Chromium. Nitrogenoid (excess of nitrogen. Carbo vegetabilis. very often caused by overdose of nitrogen by farmers) is related to the increase of alkalinity. Ruta graveolens. Kreosotum. demineralization of the plant is typical. carbon and nitrogen. Baryta carbonica. we discover that these elements have higher distribution in the world and are also statistically very frequent in all living organisms: hydrogen. Natrum sulphuricum. Remedies associated with this temperament are Graphitis. Benzoic acid. congestion and inflammation. We distinguish four temperaments in plants: 1. Urtica dioica. Rhus toxicodendron. The fruits give the impression of fluffy soft tissue. spraying. Aranea diadema. Mercurius solubilis. Oxygenoid presents excess of oxygen and exaggerates the respiration processes in the plant. Calcarea carbonica. Mercurius. Kali bichromicum. But plants and other organisms present in the soil are capable. Magnesia carbonica. Petroleum. Hydrogenoid. Alumina. of transmuting one element to another. Citric acid. Chenopodium. through the action of enzymes and other biomechanisms. Remedies associated with this temperament are Ammonium carbonicum.

b) SYCOSIS: expansion.a) PSORA: inhibition or loss of functions and hypersensitivity (and consequent irritation or inflammation of tissue) in general physiological changes that do not destroy the plant. or hardening of c) LUESIS: complete destruction of all tissues of the plants (including roots) and of their Psora is the most widespread miasm in the plant kingdom. weakening of tissues. prolapsed. but are tissue. floods) and the rapidly increasing pollution lately trigger the Sycosis and Syphilis miasms. Triggers of miasmatic disease are identified in the Organon of Hahnemann (9) in paragraph §73. dropping of flowers or fruit. §74 and §78: 13 . expressed by the chronic presence of aphids for example. but the abrupt climate changes (warming desertification. defensive deployment system which consists of secondary metabolites In plants. it is possible to observe the performance of the miasmatic cycle mentioned by Didier Grandgeorge (8).

Infectious miasms (spreading very quickly and especially occurring in monocultures). on any part of the plant. helps to understand their individuality.. Tichavský Radko y Michálek Mojmír . Baluška F. Homeopatía Actualizada. Biotypes of the plant are reflected. 160 no. it permits the application of homeopathy with more accuracy. Toxicity and agricultural allopathic treatments (application of pesticides. excess in use of fertilizers or excessive hydration through artificial irrigation systems.. Homeopatía. Petropolis-R. Demarque Denis. Volkmann D. Mancuso S. Escola Brasileira. 4. It also prevents falling into suppressions that happen under allopathic treatment. 1988 14 . New York. also must be included in the transgenic plants). fungicides and other toxic allopathy). the flexions expressed in temperaments. Communication in plants. Aphids that parasitize the plant with a phosphoric biotype. New Phytologist 2003. Literature: 1.1. 2.. tend to develop the same biotype as the host plant.J. Podmíněné reflexy rostlin. and often in the circundant complete vital constellation. in all the cellular structure of the plant. The physiology of circadian rhythms in plants. sometimes the same phenomena can be seen with the farmer. SNE Editora. 281-303 2. 2 pp. Only in this way can we identify and treat miasmatic diseases in plants and achieve the purpose expressed in the first paragraph of the Organon of Hahnemann's Medicine: restoring the sick to the health. as fractals are. Recognizing the deployment of the constitutional type of each plant and the expression of temperament flexions. rather than with purely symptomatic treatments.. It Is interesting that insects and parasites in certain plants. Neuronal aspect of plant life. 1978. Webb Alex A. manuscript. Mexico 1987 5.. through the first outbreaks.. besides constitution types or biotypologies. vol. 3 ed. 2006 3. Continuous stress. Costa Roberto A. During the biotic decline of the plant we can appreciate. Plants exhibit their phenotype in temperament actively (not passively) and react in this way to environmental changes. Spriger Berlin Heidelberg. Propulsora de Homeopatía. 3. from the seed. during the development of flowers and fruits.R. Eg. for example (these symptoms may be visible and disappear quickly without becoming chronic). share the same biotype and/or nutritional deficiencies with them. herbicides. medicina de experiencia..

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