Friday, July 16, 2010

The Miracle That Is Homeopathy

Colic is a major cause of horses being euthanized. But it doesn't have to be so. When the veterinarians have failed, given up, and gone for the easy euthanasia option, there's still the powerful healing ability of homeopathy that can pull the distressed animal through. Frank J. King, Jr., ND, DC relates one particular anecdote where

The vet left me his euthanizing drug thinking I would need to use it soon.

Now, EoR doesn't know what the law is in the USA, but no vet would leave such dangerous and restricted drugs with an owner in Australia and tell them to 'do it yourself'. This seems bizarre and unbelievable to EoR.

We administered a homeopathic indigestion/colic formula every 15 minutes for one hour and noticed a slight improvement within that hour. Over the next three hours, we gave two doses per hour with continual improvements. We gave one dose every hour until bedtime and one dose in the middle of the night; by morning the mare seemed normal, minus a lot of hair on one side. We continued one dose in the water bucket per day for about three weeks.

What amazed me is how this mare blossomed since the life and death colic incident. She put on more muscle than ever, was much calmer and thrived on minimal feed?.what was a constitutional weakness now became a constitutional strength. Her digestion and assimilation system were functioning incredibly well. She became one of our easiest keepers!

Assuming that this anecdote is actually real, Frank J King, ND, DC has apparently never studied the post hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy.

Of course, a large number of colics resolve themselves, especially minor ones, and giving magic water drops just leads people to claim The homeopathic remedy helped to normalize the condition gently and speedily and is compatible with veterinary care. The veterinary care can be ignored, since it's clearly the homeopathy that leads to any recovery. Self-resolving colic (or 'cured' through magic means) does not remove the underlying cause (feed, worms, sand, torsions, intussecptions etc) and so the condition is likely to recur.

Homeopathic remedies are fragile creatures, however. They weaken with time. They are utterly destroyed if you merely brush a finger against them. Strong smells will neutralise them. Cordless phones and mobiles, of course, are utterly evil and must be shunned at all times. Putting your pillules in a drawer will protect them (because electromagnetic radiation and smells are unable to penetrate wood, presumably).

Regardless of their fragility, you can always have your horse treated via eCapsules.

Adapted from the Harmonic Translation System by New Science, the unique energetic signatures of common supplements and healing modalities (such as Bach Flower Remedies, homeopathics, crystals, minerals, vitamins, enzymes, tissues, nosodes, sarcodes, tissues and antidotes for a variety of infections and diseases, and much more), are translated into color, geometric patterns and sound, then packaged as an eCapsule that can be played on the client's computer.

Apparently, this is especially effective for illnesses that real veterinarians have 'failed' to diagnose. Possibly qi stagnation, or past life emotional trauma.

eCapsules, at least, resolve the issue of how you get your horse to actually take those gentle, holistic, vibratory miracles. One of the suggestions is to apply the remedy under the tail/anus. Remind EoR never to shake hands with a homeopath. And what on Earth is "the sunprotection stuff that (you) just put in water trough"?


  1. I call a big fat lie.

    I am not a veterinarian or any kind of registered health care practitioner.

    I reside in the state of California, and King lives in North Carolina.

    The big fat lie is that the author, who is a chiropractor and a "naturopathic doctor" would not be licensed to (a) have access to controlled substances (b) administer intravenous drugs.

    Licensed veterinarians are required to perform euthanasia because the drugs used are a controlled substance by the Food and Drug Administration, FDA.


    The veterinarian may prefer to pre-sedate the horse with a tranquilizer....
    (common in my observation) The drug overdose is delivered via an intravenous injection in the horse's neck. The veterinarian will use two 60cc syringes to administer 120ccs of the barbiturate to the average 1000 pound horse. The drugs used, (barbiturates, anesthetics), directly depress the central nervous system. The overdose leads to a depression of breathing and cardiac arrest...

    Drugs Used

    Sodium Pentobarbital

    The barbiturate, Sodium Pentobarbital is the most widely used drug, and is the drug of choice for euthanizing horses. Barbiturates depress the central nervous system, with unconsciousness progressing to depression of breathing and finally cardiac arrest. The advantage of barbiturates is speed of action. This effect depends on the dose, concentration, and rate of injection. Barbiturates induce euthanasia smoothly, with minimal discomfort to the animal.

  2. I find this a really interesting yet sometimes difficult to understand subject.


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