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Olive Homoeopathic Healing Group Newsletter
Kambarang - October - November 2014
Edition No 10
We, all life choose by our intent what we give
of ourselves to create collectively
what life is on this planet.
This is the legacy that we provide for tomorrow.

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Welcome again to the Newsletter.
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Over the last 2 years I  have been using
Agrohomeopathy
to move the snails and aphids along,
as in out of my garden.

Our new passionfruit vine seemed to be a gourmet deli for the snails. I have always had soo many aphids on the new growth of my roses. In the past I have been out there picking the snails off and squashing the aphids, asking them to leave and on occasions using snail pellets. All have worked fine but a little labour intensive and the killing of so many little creatures with a squish gets to me after a while.
So it was time to explore another way of dealing with the pests.
I have always used lots of mulch, worm wee and compost.
There has been many lady bugs in the garden but for some reason not enough to keep the aphids in balance.
 As lady bugs are the natural eater of aphids I used Coccinella Septempunctata (the homoeopathic remedy made from lady bugs) and within a few days 90% of the aphids were gone and stayed away. 
No more squishing.
            
With the snails that were getting fat on and shredding the leaves of the passionfruit vine I picked them off and then sprayed Homoeopathic Helix Tosta (the homeopathic remedy made from toasted snail shell). The snails stayed away for a number of months where in the past it was a weekly chore to remove them.
This exploration of Agrohomeopathy for me is still early days but it has had great success in my garden and so it may in yours.
Let me know if  you are interested in trying out either of these remedies. 
$10.00 a vial with instructions.
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Links to all past Neswletters
As this is the 10th Newsletter and each newsletter covers a topic, I  thought I would pop in a link to the other newsletters. Please go hunting through them if  you so desire.
http://www.olivehomoeopathic.com.au/sri-lankan-homeopathic-journey/
Just click on the link or copy and paste into a new window.
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The Nyoongar Season –Djilba -
Kambarang - October - November
(Wildflower -Season of Birth)
This is a time of striking displays of wildflowers.  Australian Christmas Tree, Banksias  and
Kangaroo Paw.
By now the flower stalks of the Balgas (Grass Trees) will be emerging. This is the best time of year to go walking in the Perth hills. This is also the best time of year to go south from Perth for wildflowers and whale watching.
Watch out for snakes. They are waking up now from their hibernation and will be sunning them selves in the warming sun.
As the weather was warming up the Noongar moved towards the coast where frogs, tortoises and freshwater crayfish were caught and we move towards
Birak - First Summer (season of the young)
December - January
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We look forward to conversing with you again.
Until then enjoy the season.
If  you are unsure or your symptoms continue then contact your health professional

 
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