Sunday, November 10, 2013

Full moon acidity treatment

Starting the day after new moon to First Quarter, we should give the weak acids with ph between 7 to 3.8.

Here's the list:
closer to new moon
6.4 - (sodium) Natrum acetate
6.1 - nat sulphate
5.1 - hydrocyanic acid
4.6 - ammonium chloride
4.4 - nat phos
4.1 - boric acid
closer to first quarter

From first quarter to full moon, strong acids with between 3 and 0:

closer to first quarter
2.9 - acetic acid
2.1 - flouric acid
1.5 - phosphoric acid
1.5 - sulphurosum acid
1.2 - sulphuric acid
1.1 - hydrochloric acid
closer to full moon
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How Sulphuric acid works - and Scurvy?

Sulphuric acid has a lot of elements that seem to cover the suffering of dogs with the Darkening disease:

* The hurried feeling - they move quickly as if there isn't time to do everything. They change places restlessly esp at high tide and halfway between tides. Even when they itch it isn't done patiently but as if they need to catch and kill it quickly.

* The internal trembling and chilliness - esp early morning hours 3 - 8 am. In fact when I see a trembling dog I know it had a deep bone and immunity disease - the weakness is generalized over the entire vital force.

* The weakness/debility or lack of vigor - Kenchu is typical. He will sometimes pee without raising a leg our barely. Today for the first time I saw him raise his leg the full extent - his hips coming into action.

* The hair falls off - even sulphur hasn't helped them among a hundred remedies to overcome this baring down to an itching peeling pale grey skin. It was pale grey and anemic to begin with, then the malnourished hair just drops off.

* Skin is black and blue - there are so many dogs on the street with that black rough oily skin that this must be am ideal remedy. Enough sulphur in it but still acid enough to heal from the bone and digestion up to the skin.

* Maybe they have scurvy - I've often wondered how street dogs and my dogs can avoid it.

They have a pure meat and rice diet but no greens since the native grass on the roadside and in the parks have been replaced by inedible ornamentals.

I've wondered if they gobble the grass for the chlorophyll or for the phosphorus, nitrogen or the vitamin c. They love Lantana too - fortunately all grow wild in India.

They hate vitamin c (ascorbic acid) tabs in food but maybe i should just begin to add it once a week? I'll make a reminder of it.
Or I could find or steal bulk grass runners from the golf course.

But how much better that I have found homeopathic doses for scurvy! I've often thought that perhaps that's the great benefit of giving tinctures of plants in gross doses - chlorophyll and anti scurvy in tandem.:)

So much worse for dogs or cats confined to home food (mine are on pure chicken waste and rice, with oil or milk added occasionally). The cats roam free and hopefully find grass, but I know my dogs' grass sources have dried up with urban clearings.

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