Every year the practitioner’s family has been facing a constant threat from rodents during the monsoon season (July-September). They always used a mouse trap to get rid of the offenders. This year it was different. A single hyperactive rat was giving them sleepless nights by breaking and chewing many things in sight. Its oversize made matters worse as no mouse trap or bait was big enough to catch it. They did not try any other options as they did not want to harm the rat in any way. Out of desperation, the practitioner decided to try vibrionics. On 26 July 2018, he made a remedy in 150ml of water by adding one drop from each of the following combos:
CC10.1 Emergencies + CC15.2 Psychiatric disorders + CC17.2 Cleansing + CC17.3 Brain & Memory tonic + CC18.5 Neuralgia
The practitioner mixed about 1/3rd of remedy water in wheat flour and made 5 small dough balls and placed them strategically at different places in the kitchen that night. Next morning he could neither find the rat nor the balls. The following night was the first noiseless night they had for a very long time. It’s been the same ever since even after a month. They never saw that rat or any other of its species in the house. Interestingly the practitioner did not have to make the dough balls again till date, even though he had originally planned to use the above combo 3TW!
A very simple alternative to using toxic chemicals for pest control. However, we were surprised to see the absence of CC1.1 Animal tonic in the above remedy, especially because a UK practitioner used only this tonic to drive wasps away, see 2014 Conference Book page 68. According to the practitioner, omission of the tonic was rather accidental than intentional. He realized this soon and intended to add it next time but that chance never came. It appeared to him that the raat was in much pain as it devoured things consistently and still wanting more. He thought that the rat needed something to soothe its nerves to control his hyperactivity, hence his choice of above combos.