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The Effect of Agrohomeopathy on the Reduction of the Hunger Crisis in the World

By: Daniel Farjaddoost   Pegah Haji Allahverdi Pour  

The issue of starvation is one of the great threats that threaten human health. According to statistics provided by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the number of people who die every year because of hunger is higher than the number of people who are victims of diseases such as AIDS and malaria. Most of the hungry people in the world live in developing countries, and most are dependent on agriculture in rural areas, both directly and indirectly. The current agricultural methods have not only been effective in achieving food security, but also their widespread impact on climate change and the phenomenon of heating, the destruction of biodiversity, and many other things in reversing the catastrophe crisis. Environmental protection and food sufficiency for all require major changes in agricultural practices. The present study aims to investigate the effect of agrohomeopathy on reduction of the hunger crisis in the world. Using descriptive and analytical research methodology in the field of library studies and written documents .In recent years, numerous studies have been conducted on the effects of homeopathy on plants. By examining them, we can conclude that using homeopathic science can accelerate the growth of plants, increase their quality with the lowest time and cost, and easily done. The use of homeopathic knowledge and its integration with today's modern knowledge and technology is a very good tool for coping with the crisis of hunger and moving in the process of gradual realization of the right to food.

Agrohomeopathy, The Crisis of Hunger, The World
Food, Nutrition, and Health
Paper Presentation in a Themed Session



Mr. Daniel Farjaddoost

Researcher, Research Group, Yas Farmod Iranian, Iran
Iran

I live in Iran. I have a master of agriculture and plant breeding. For many years I work in the field of medicinal plants and homeopathy. I married one year ago and during this time, along with my wife, we expanded our research and published two papers. We are trying to present all our research as a paper.



Pegah Haji Allahverdi Pour

Researcher, Yas Farmod Iranian, Iran
Iran