Mrs Sathe (name changed) has a nice garden where she has grown many plants, like rose, mogra, hibiscus, coconut, and some vegetables. The coconut tree has given her a wealth of coconuts, which she shares with her friends.
But of late, the coconuts grow well in size and drop down without maturing fully. They are full of water. She is concerned about this. Why has this happened? And what can be done? She has heard that Homoeopathy has answers for the most unusual problems!
So now I have to prescribe for a coconut tree. A coconut tree grows well near the sea. It bears water bearing fruit. And each of its part is of use in many ways. So it is a plant closely related to and very useful to mankind. It is therefore of great religious importance as well. It is more psoric in all these aspects.
Production of fluid, and its imbalance relate to two drugs in the biochemic family; mainly Natrum mur and Natrum sulph. Natrum mur relates more to disturbances in physiological sectretions, whereas Natrum sulph to fluid retention of pathological origin, says Schussler. Also Natrum sulph relates more closely to the sycotic miasm.
In this case Natrum mur, seems closer, as formation of fluid within the fruit is a normal physiology which is disturbed in this case. We find a similar corollary in the case of ovarian cysts, so we find Natrum mur coming up in many cases of ovarian cysts.
Though please note that it is not a specific.
Natrum Mur was chosen and the powdered form of the 6X potency, of 250 gms was dissolved in half a bucket of water, and the plant was watered with it once.
It is five years since this was given, never again did a coconut drop down prematurely!!
So all those who say that Homoeopathy is placebo, only prove their prejudice!