Thursday, March 21, 2013

The remedies I'm afraid to use

There are several remedies I've grown to fear over the years, probably crippling my capacity as a healer. Each of them are emotionally connected to a death or disappearance of a dog in my mind. While I know nothing lives forever, I felt that these remedies hastened the end for those dogs.
  1. Bowring boi's death I attribute to the blanket use of Silicea 1m and Psorinum 10m I'd mixed in the general food that week. I'm not certain that they were factors, so take this with a pinch of salt ... sometimes death is a blessing, compared to living crippled by chronic disease. One oldie on the street had been missing too, this last week (near Corp bank atm).
  2. Silicea transforms scar tissue, reawakening walled-in disease - this is the official explanation in homeopathy books.
  3. Ars alb is another I use only sparingly, since in low potencies it is used for euthanasia. Carbo veg in high potencies is also used to ease the passing when there is a great deal of struggle to die, by the old homeopaths.
  4. Phosphorus is another remedy that's reputed to push the body to wasting. Calc carb in adult dogs, which I haven't used for years since Black Beauty (who had hind leg paralysis) on a single dose of 30 potency broke out in a rash that didn't let up until she wasted away. The rash didn't develop enough to relieve whatever disease resulted in the spinal wasting.
  5. Tuberculinum Bov paralysed Lassie with pain for days before she died suddenly.Or it could have been Dulcamara 200.
  6. Sonu's jaw-orbital tumor began when I have the dogs Borax 3x for 15 days in their food for worms. 3x! Not even a very high potency. Maybe a more experienced homeopath would have immediately seem an opportunity to heal a deep underlying bone cancer - I thought she had a tooth ache.

So these are the remedies I dread, and I'd advice cautious use  if you're an amateur at this too. All elemental remedies have plant equivalents that work better and safer. There are hardened glands we can't see that may burst, cancerous tissues, hidden suppuration ... so much that can go wrong. There aren't veterinary tests enough to know before we begin healing seemingly small problems with deep acting remedies and don't know where to go from there.
Inexplicable, the action of these remedies. My theory is this: We don't eat mud, though it contains all the elements for life - we need plants to process it before we can utilize it in higher, safer forms.

Maybe if I had more regular medical knowledge I wouldn't be so bewildered by the action. Or maybe I'd be more confused.:)

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Remedies by moon cycle

If I were to heal only by the moon:
The way to give full moon remedies is to use higher potencies near new moon and lower potencies off the same at full moon.
So, say, calc carb 6x or calc phos 3x at full moon and 30, 200 and higher at New moon.
This way you can prevent or reduce aggravations in the animal you are treating.
As the body resolves the vibration and absorbs it making the necessary changes to the life force, you can give higher potencies.

Lachesis and Hepar sulph come up during the full moon.
Sarsaparilla and other weakness remedies as well.
I'd give Alumina and Silicea during the quarter moons, since they are both for aggravations during the zenith and nadir.
Belladonna and calc carb during the new moon, which would prevent lingering inflammations from settling in the body.
Chelidonium on the Last Quarter.

Monday, March 18, 2013

Maybe the Best Remedy for distemper and post-distemper weakness

More than any other remedy I've ever used, Sanicula seems to be good for distemper weakness. Muriatic acid I would class as a distant second to this amazing find.
First, sanicula is considered the chronic of Chamomilla. It has every wickedness and irritation of Chamomilla. For example, Bowring boi had taken to a repetitive two note bark at the loudest he can manage through a hoarse throat. Nothing short of murder will get him to stop esp after a meal (which he eats with great gusto but probably can't digest easily). He refuses to change sides from his right, but it probably hurts from being constantly under pressure, so I have to force him to turn which has him snapping and screaming. Once in the other side he sleeps well. All the stubborn, obstinate, brainlessness of Chamomilla behaviour is in this remedy. Loves to be touched and cossetted, but it jars him since his nerves are overwrought.
Maybe nervous problems left behind by distemper which were not dealt with during its acute stage (which is almost impossible in a street dog) can be healed later with this remedy.
I'm assuming straight off that it would be best used at full moon, not halfway between like I'm doing now, nor at New moon. The insanity of nerve irritation at full moon - the snarling, fighting, suspicious and angry nervous energy would be calmed. Itching and hot spots, And the other extreme of weaker dogs doing irritating things like whining, self-mutilating (like chewing off legs?), and repetitive behaviour might also be controlled by this remedy.
The main areas - respiratory and digestion, with a bone-deep weakness typical of the  ,mixed miasm, evolved diseases - are covered by this remedy.
The clenched jaw with spasms, colic and near collapse coma-like state. The weakness remaining after diarrhoea.
I've just bought Sanicula 50m and cm and I'm bursting with excitement. Just think, I could have saved 3Peg, Big boi and the white amputee in this last month with this remedy.
There was one dog, my little Vasanthi, whose whose weakness got so extreme, her eyeballs would bounce in the socket like marbles. Distemper puppies will have their eyeballs sunken deep into the socket just before they die - Sanicula might have saved all of them because this is a leading symptom.
Sanicula in 10m helped Bowring boi: he's isn't howling painfully anymore (Sarsaparilla), clenching his jaw so tight that his lip is caught and isn't collapsed between his paws without the strength to lift his own head either.
He still can't pee on his own and can barely push his clayey gray stool out (which was black with a sandy grit at first, then green, then reddish-brown, and now the typical sanicula gray). But I have hope now that the day will soon  come.
Hope for all distemper dogs and cats that they can live fully again.
A note of caution since the dog died. The improvement didn't last. I'll try it again before I get excited.