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Allium Cepa

From the homeopathic pharmacopoeia

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About the Preparation -

 
  Preparation name Allium Cepa  
  Preparation category Homoeopathic remedy  
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  Natural Order Liliacea  
  Common Name Red onion  
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  Mother tincture made Tincture of onion or whole plant gathered in July August  
  General description Allium will cure inflammations and increased secretions as in apple scab, downy and powdery mildews. Wounds, after damage, that do not heal. Not to be used on beans and peas, as it inhibits their growth. This is confirmed in the potencies. The roots of the plants have a bad smell. The plants are thirsty and seem to crave nutrients and fertiliser. Evaporation is increased or totally absent. Photosynthesis is impaired, respiration is diminished (oxygen meter at night to check), consequent development of mildews. Gangrenous spots.  

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Effect on plants -

   
Clinical description
Gangrene, apple scab, downy and powdery mildew on goose berries and cucumbers. Respiratory problems. No uptake of nutrients. Onion fly and carrot fly. Good companion to carrots. Rabbits, mice and rats. Weevils, mites, late blight on tomatoes and potatoes. Brown rot stone fruit. Potassium problems, helps roses. Scales, aphids, thrips, mites. (3)
Moles and voles (1)
 
General Appearance
 
Roots
The roots of the plants have a bad smell. The plants are thirsty and seem to crave nutrients and fertiliser. (3)
 
Stem/trunk and bark - capillary system
Evaporation is increased or totally absent. (3)
 
Leaves
Photosynthesis is impaired, respiration is diminished (oxygen meter at night to check), consequent development of mildews. Gangrenous spots. (3)
 
Flowers
 
Generative organs
 
Fruit
 
Seed
 
Notes
Not to be used on beans and peas, as it inhibits their growth. This is confirmed in the potencies. (3)
From Kaviraj; "On my advise, this woman made a remedy of both Allium cepa and sativa, mixed in the tincture and made into a single remedy, against moles and voles. Here are her results: 'Shortly before called me Mr. Grabljevec who is president of all 11 clubs biodinamicks in Slovenia (about 2000 members), who did test with our sample. As you maybe remember, he had problems with mole. He had our sample for test. He sprayed yesterday in his garden and today his mole moved in the part of garden, which he didn't spray to compare the result. In this part of the garden his mole today buid created new molehills. Now he knows how to remove the remainder of this problem. For him it was a big / important problem.' (1)
 


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