Monday, December 2, 2013

Ipecac: Interpreting homeopathy for animal use

One of my regular problems with homeopathy before Reiki used to be trying to figure out sensations like 'burning' and esp stuff like 'nausea'.

Nausea would be a given if there's vomiting, but most dogs will not vomit - they'll just turn away from the food.
Or they'll eat a little and wag their tails and nudge the food away with their nose until the nausea subsides ... and eat it all after.

Let's take that as a sign for Ipecac here on, along with persistent periodic itching especially around the rib cage and higher, the armpit. They stop for a few minutes and start again. Sometimes with frustrated yelps and head tossing, whining, groaning and changing places.
Observations: Ipecac and others:
Trying out Borland's remedies in The Pneumonias

I've been trying out the set he recommended and come to some new understanding.

Ipecac high has been the greatest find for my street dogs, thanks to Borland.

I stopped Ergotin/Secale the minute I found Peppy reacted positively to Ipecac because I have a pregnant cat and didn't want to complicate her first birthing experience - ergot is an abortion method in Europe. I hope it will aid her instead in the dynamic form, but why take chances.

Better to tackle it later and concentrate on the pneumo-gastric now for all in their food.

The dogs aren't reacting to all the remedies he's recommended.
First stage remedies: Only Ipecac (all potencies) and Aconite 10m, 1m.
Second stage: Veratrum v 1m, Baptista a bit.
This stage: Merc 50m.

So I'll set this lot aside for true distemper-pneumonia cases. I know Roo drew both Ipecac and Belladonna so they must be important to the pneumonias.

Ipecac though had been a wonder drug this new moon. All the dogs look stronger than in any previous winter!

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