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Sulphur for fleas on dogs

Hi, I am knew here and I joined just to ask about using the sulphur for fleas on dogs, could someone please tell me how much to use please, I read about mixing it and putting over tongue in syringe but I don't know how much or how often. Thanks in advance, I am in QLD Australia.
 
  nazrelle on 2009-03-12
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Hello Nazrelle

Please put a cap full of white vinegar in the drinking water, fleas don't like acid skin.

To maintain the right degree of acidity (= pH value) give 1 dose of Sulphur 30x once a week for 6-8 weeks approx.(longer if necessary) and it will chase away all kinds of skin parasites !

In case of severe complaints:

Ctenocephalum 30x, 1 dose, once or twice daily till better.(made of flea saliva. It will prevent further aggravation/irritation.
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or Pulex canis or pulex irritans(pulex irritans can also be used by humans if they react to fleas in their pets) 30x one dose daily for some days.
 
maheeru last decade
If the dog is scratching a lot then it's very itchy.

Itch is due to the Psora miasm & Sulphur can antidote it.

If sulphur does not work you can try Psorinum, ONE dose.
 
jerryacu last decade
I have looked everywhere and can't find the answer to what a dosage is for a dog. Can you pleeeease help. TY!!
 
jlo76 3 years ago

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