Horse, Dog, Cat, Nosodes
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NOSODES - by (The Holistic Vet Clinic)
Herbal Wormer & Eye Health Support Herbs (Uveitis/Glaucoma)
Equine Equine-Zyme, Dog and Cat Equine-Zyme, Beta Glucan, Joint-Zyme, MSM, Glucosamine,
Mare, Foal, Stallion, Senior Zyme, Yeasture for non-equine livestock,
Cushings, EPM, Hoof Builder, Tummy-Zymes
Pure Herbs and Herb Blends
Nosodes are Homeopathic Immunizations that are given in tiny sugar pill form,
monthly, that have no side effects, and are very effective in disease prevention.
all are 30C strength
See article below.
1 dram bottles will last up to 5 horses 1 yr. 2 dram will last up to 10 horses 1. yr.
You can administer the little sugar pills between their lip and gums or you
can make a spray to spray on the gums. To build up the immune system,
Start out 1 time for 3 days in a row,
then 1 time per week for a month and then 1 time a month from there on to
maintain constant built up immune system.
If your horse, dog or cat already has an illness, we have homeopathic
protocols for them. Just email me to inquire: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lymes wt 4 oz 1 dram $26.00 2 dram $46
LYMES Treatment Protocol $35 3 to 6 wks. Use the LYMES nosode to prevent reinfection.
Also recommended to use the ABC Lyme Disease Supplement to help make repairs.
For a teleoffice fee you can also get the help of our Holistic Vet if you choose but not necessary to use this protocol.
There are treatment options with this bacterial infection. Homeopathic Protocol is inexpensive and effective.
Or you can use your local Vet and antiobiotics. See Testimonials below.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and is transmitted to humans by the bite of infected blacklegged ticks. Typical symptoms include fever, headache, fatigue, and a characteristic skin rash called erythema migrans.
If left untreated, infection can spread to joints, the heart, and the nervous system.
Lyme disease is diagnosed based on symptoms, physical findings (e.g., rash), and the possibility of exposure to infected ticks; laboratory testing is helpful in the later stages of disease. Most cases of Lyme disease can be treated successfully with a few weeks of antibiotics.
Steps to prevent Lyme disease include using insect repellent, removing ticks promptly, landscaping, and integrated pest management. The ticks that transmit Lyme disease can occasionally transmit other tick-borne diseases as well.
I just wanted to update you on my roan gelding who relapsed with lymes after being treated with conventional meds twice. I rode him on a 2 hr ride yesterday and he rode great!! He was peppy and didn't seem sore at all. He is the one who became agitated after 4 days of treatment. I am treating both of my horses once a week now for the 6 weeks. This is an answer to prayer for me!!! Feel free to use me as a testimony. Cathy M. Brule, WI
Hi Vickie, Here's my testimonial! Gillian G. Middletown, CT
I was lucky enough to be tipped off to Vickie of My Fine Equine by an acquaintance last summer, and began to consult with her at the time my mare was going through three weeks
of IV antibiotics for a bad case lyme, her fourth antibiotic treatment in a year. My gelding had also gotten lyme, both almost as soon as we landed in Connecticut from California.
Our second year, we went through the worse winter Connecticut had known in fifty years; only their second winter here, underfed at the barn we were at,
my horses lost weight and muscle mass.
And if all this wasn't enough, they also had to contend with a very very different barn culture in Connecticut than the natural horsemanship world they knew in California, a horse culture
that relies on grain and oil more than generous amounts of hay to keep horses' weight up, likes to keep horses stalled or closely penned, and is pretty tough on them psychologically......
My horses and I were pretty distressed by the time I chanced upon Vicki and my Fine Equine a year ago. She was amazing. Worked with me long distance and very closely to figure out
how best to help my horses with her products. We worked out a protocol to boost their immune system, restore their proper gut function, support their joints,
and "mop up" all accumulated toxins.
At her suggestion, I began to use Lyme and EPM homeopathic remedies (EPM as a preventative) which really helped. Then we had break in luck: last November we mercifully moved
to the closest thing to a natural horsemanship barn one can find in this part of Connecticut. Vicki's protocols really took off then. We tried ABC Mop Up soon after we moved and the
overall improvement was dramatic. At Vicki's suggestion I also added selenium and vitamin E to their ABC Plus; it turned out they had not been getting enough selenium in the local grain/hay feed combo.
That too made a difference for the better. At every step of the way, with every development, Vicki has been there to help,
generous with her knowledge and time. And her products work.
My horses are now almost 100% back to their former selves: bright eyes, energy that is beginning to spare, healthy coats, ever more supple joints. I only wish I had my own property
so I could follow the protocols fully (e.g free choice feed some of the products) but even then, Vicki will work with you to make things work. I am eternally grateful.
Thank you, my Fine Equine!
(using the Homeopathic Lymes Treatment Protocol, the ABC Lymes Disease supplement, ABC PLUS, ABC MOP, ABC Selenium/Vitamin E supplement,
Lymes Nosode to prevent and EPM Nosode to prevent, ABC Jeremy's Joint Jolt)
The following symptoms were excerpted from Diagnostic Hints And Treatment Guidelines For Lyme And Other Tick Borne Illnesses, by Joseph J. Burrascano Jr., M.D. (Fifteenth Edition 2008).
(Borreliosis, neuroborreliosis; also known as Lyme Disease)
Spread primarily though the bite of infected ticks that live on a wide range of mammalian species; secondary human-to-human transmission through semen, breast milk, and possibly in utero.
Burning or stabbing sensations
Change in bowel function
Difficulty with concentration and reading
Difficulty with speech, writing
Difficulty finding words; name blocking
Disorientation: getting lost, going to wrong places
Disturbed sleep: too much, too little, fractionated, early awakening
Ears/Hearing: buzzing, ringing, ear pain, sound sensitivity
Exaggerated symptoms or worse hangover from alcohol
Eyes/Vision: double, blurry, increased floaters, light sensitivity
Facial paralysis (Bellís palsy)
Fatigue, tiredness, poor stamina
Heart valve prolapse
Increased motion sickness
Joint pain or swelling
Muscle pain or cramps
Neck creaks & cracks
Neck stiffness, pain
Poor short-term memory
Problem absorbing new information
Sexual dysfunction or loss of libido
Shortness of breath; cough
Stiffness of the joints or back
Twitching of the face or other muscles
Unavoidable need to sit or lay down
Unexplained breast pain
Unexplained fevers, sweats, chills or flushing
Unexplained hair loss
Unexplained menstrual irregularityí
Unexplained milk production
Unexplained weight loss or gain
Upset Stomach or abdominal pain
Some People get a Bullís Eye Rash but many donít.
Stages of Lyme
Early localized infection (The first month)
Bullís eye rash (erythema migrans) The rash is usually circular and has a fading spot in the center. Less then half the people infected will develop a rash.Note: Some people will never have any symptoms in this stage.
Flu like symptoms (Usually the first symptoms)
Muscle and joint pain S
Swollen lymph nodes
Early disseminated infection (1 to 4 months)
If Lyme disease is not detected and treated while early symptoms are present, the infection may disseminate and affect the skin, joints, organs, nervous system, and heart.
Migrating pain (pain that changes locations and comes and goes)
Weakness and/or numbness in the arms or legs.
Severe and recurring headaches
Fainting or vaso vagal attacks
Poor memory and concentration problems
Irritability Vision problem
Internal buzzing feeling
Late disseminated Lyme
Swelling and pain in the joints
Numbness and tingling in the extremities
Bells Palsy (partial paralysis of the face)
Getting lost in familiar places
Word retrieval problems,
Migrating pain and symptoms
Tinnitus, ear ringing or feeling of fullness
Shortness of breath
Rib and sternum soreness
Upset stomach and GI problems
Burning and stabbing pains
This is just a generalized short list of symptoms. Lyme disease can cause almost any symptom because it is a multi systemic disease. It can travel anywhere including your central nervous system (spine and brain). One of the common complaints of patients with Lyme Disease is that the symptoms come and go and change locations frequently. You can take a group of several people infected with Lyme, and all might be experiencing different symptoms. The time frames of each stage are generalized also. Each patient moves through these stages at different timing. One person may not show symptoms for several months while another may get stage three symptoms rather quickly. It all depends on strains, co-infections, and your own immune system.
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