This proves that homeopathy acts on plants in the laboratory
Researchers poison duckweed with arsenic. The growth of the duckweed, which is thus “stressed”, decreases as compared to the unpoisoned duckweed.
They are then separated into two separate groups:
- the first group is treated with water (control group)
- the second group is treated with a homeopathic solution, namely a diluted and succussed solution that is prepared using arsenic (Arsenicum album)
Result (after 2 to 6 days)
The duckweed treated with the homeopathic solution recover and resume their growth faster than those treated with water.
Jäger T, Scherr C, Simon M, et al. Effects of homeopathic arsenicum album, nosode, and gibberellic acid preparations on the growth rate of arsenic-impaired duckweed (Lemna gibba L.). ScientificWorldJournal. 2010 Nov 4;10:2112-2
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