bigwheel27 on 2009-05-09
please give three doses of arsenic alb 30c at a gap of 4 hours.
day 2 to day 7
please give two tablets each from the following tissue salts thrice a day daily at a gap of 4 hours
kali mur 3x
natrum sulph 3x
ferrum phos 3x
please report after 1 week.
Don't give anything to eat or drink within 15 minutes before or after giving medicine.
♡ kadwa last decade
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♡ kadwa last decade
(one person's testimonial)
When my neighbor with cancer had developed jaundice due to liver failure, I ordered bupleurum root. When the herb came in and I told him what it was for, he wasn't interested. So it sat on my shelf. A few months later, my cat contracted FIP. His condition deteriorated until he, too, developed severe jaundice, was throwing up yellow bile, was dropping feces uncontrollably, and had lost so much weight he looked like a skeleton with fur. My mother asked if I was giving him herbs, to which I replied that I was afraid it would kill him. Then it dawned on me he was going to die anyway, so what could it hurt? I made a tea by boiling one tablespoon of bupleurum root and one tablespoon of pau d' arco bark in two cups of water. After boiling for ten minutes I turned off the heat and added one tablespoon of dried yarrow flowers and leaves and let it steep for about twenty minutes more. I strained the tea through a mesh strainer and poured it into empty medicine bottles with eyedroppers and refrigerated it. At first I gave my cat five one milliliter drops every 20 minutes straight into the back of his mouth. After two hours I administered the five drops every two hours for 24 hours. Then I reduced the dosage to every two hours during my normal waking hours for several days. I continued the treatment every few hours for two more weeks. He was pretty weak in the beginning of treatment, so I also crushed up a cat vitamin, mixed it with water, and fed him about 5ml twice per day until he started eating again. The jaundice gradually went away over a two week period. He recovered fully, regained his appetite, and is regaining weight.It looks like this incurable cat disease is no longer incurable, at least for herbalists.
orian last decade
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