antidote advice neededCan someone give guidance on how to give a common antidote for belladonna 30 in cat? 1 pellet was given with food over a few days time to help with urinary/bowel issues. Cat now is lethargic and has fever, no appetite or thirst. Also cat has developed ear sores.
eaeubanks on 2014-03-23
It is probably easier to get homeopathic Coffee Cruda in a 30c
or 6c. Dissolve a pellet in a tablespoon of water. Get about
a teaspoon of that into a dropper and put into the cats mouth.
Do this a couple times with a 4 hour gap. See if it is helping,
After the second dose if you see things improving, then wait
and don't give more unless things are stalled out for 6 hours or so.
Here is another way to lessen the overdose- Take one pellet
of the belladonna. Have around 10 paper cups to do this with.
Dissolve one pellet in one cup, then take a tsp out and put it
into another cup, then take a tsp out of that cup and put into
another one- until you reach the 10th cup. Give the cat
one tsp out of the 10th cup. This could stop the aggravation
You can google this- it is called aggravation zapper. you may
need more than 10 cups-but I have used 6 cups to 10 cups on
people and it has worked very well.
Remember in dosing, once you see anything go on- good or
bad, then you wait until the patient goes backward before
you give more- everyone has their own sensitivity and timetable.
[message edited by simone717 on Sun, 23 Mar 2014 02:37:39 GMT]
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