Date/time: Saturday, March 19th, 2022 (9am – 5pm EDT) | Cost: $75 | Lecturer: Marty Begin
Marty will give an introduction to the Orchids in homeopathy, which until recently have been under-represented, given there are upwards of 30,000 different species and classically we’ve used around 7. There are many clinical areas where they find their special place such as ADD, OCD, autism, and serious injuries, to name a few.
Many new orchid remedies have blossomed forth with new provings and clinical insights in recent times, especially with a collegial orchid focus entitled ‘the orchid project’ principally lead by Louis Klein, Sally Williams, and Matilde Flores. Jan Scholten has also brought many new orchid provings to light in the development of his plant system. Presenting case examples, Marty will reveal key areas of recent discoveries of the unique orchids along with information from new provings. He’ll look at classically used remedies such as Spiranthes autumnalis and newer remedies such as Oncidium ornithorhychum, Orchis simia, Vanilla plantifolia and Encycylia cordigera. Main group and specific remedy themes will be outlined and along with the related natural history of orchids, will help us recognize an orchid case.
To register: https://ochm.ca/lectures-orchids