5- live webinars on Homeopathy for Plants starts October 16th and runs monthly

I have no doubt that most of us share my passion for looking after our gardens organically. Many homoeopaths use some remedies to treat plants and trees, but there is so much more we can achieve with homoeopathy.For the past ten years I have been treating gardens and farms with homoeopathic remedies, and I have been amazed at the wonderful miracles I witness. From my own vegetable garden to a commercial organic farm and helping convert a chemical coffee farm into an organic one, I have found homoeopathy to be every bit as wonderful in plants as it is in humans and animals. Alongside my field experiments I have studied many sources, and I am compiling a database of diseases and their remedies. Together with my husband, Jeremy, we have pioneered a unique approach, based upon sound homoeopathic principles.

It is our belief that Agrihomoeopathy can help change the world for the better, as well as change people’s minds about homoeopathy.

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Join me on this journey into Agrihomoeopathy

We will travel through the seasons of our gardens and learn how to:

  • Balance and treat the soil
  • Improve seed germination
  • Improve flowering  and yield
  • Get rid of insects and pests
  • Treat fungal infestations and other diseases
  • Interpret plant symptoms into human concepts
  • Repertorise your plant
  • And much more!

The budding science and art of agrihomoeopathy is endless. But we will share information, learn from mistakes and successes together, and make our gardens grow.
See you there for five two-hour sessions, with Q&A!

This summer, my mother’s apple tree got infested with Ermine moths. The caterpillars were taking over the tree, munching away at the leaves.
Jeremy prescribed the tree lac caninum based on the delusion ‘snakes in and around her’.
The caterpillars vanished in four days!
And what’s more, the tree that used to produce unedible, sour apples now delighted us with juicy and sweet ones!
Camilla Sherr is the co-founder and director of Homeopathy for Health in Africa (HHA), an NGO that treats HIV/AIDS and offers low-cost homoeopathic health care in Tanzania. HHA treats over 12 000 people in the Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania. She is an international lecturer and teacher of the Dynamis School for Advanced Homoeopathic studies. In 2016, Camilla was awarded a Fellow of the Society of Homeopaths (FSHom) in the UK. She is the President of the Finnish Society of Homeopaths since 2020.