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For Tui (If available) UPDATE and QUESTION about Sabu the cat

Update and question about Sabu the cat who had stool incontinence.

The remedies Tui recommended worked! (After that week, we had to slightly change his diet due to lack of access to his old food and his symptoms returned. But we believe his tummy will settle down soon.

Unfortunately, he got into trouble while i was away from the house for a few hours--stuck in a window! Being so persistent, he likely struggled until he caused bruising to his spine causing a hematoma there. This caused him to lose use of his legs...one leg recovered in a few days after prayer and Arnica 30. Then added Hammamelis 30 to help reabsorption. His other leg is starting to recover now too.

If you have any other remedies to suggest for this time in his healing process, we would be grateful to you.

Thank you in advance.
Blessings/Namaste
 
  sozo on 2018-05-07
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Thank you for the update, but sorry to hear about the injury.

I could think of Bellis perennis 6c, up to three times a day.

If this does not help much, then Euphrasia off 30c, twice a day for a day or 2. Euphrasia is a good eye remedy, but according to Allen's keynote, it is also good for injuries.

Also, Terminalia arjuna 200c or 1M, just one dose if everything else is failed. This remedy will heal any kind of injury ( bone injury or deep tissue injury) much quicker than Arnica.

Hope he will get better soon.
 
Tui 2 years ago

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