Remedies for Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in Cattle

Posted on 2024-03-28
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[Mick] After listening to this video and hearing the symptoms of this viral disease, the following homeopathic remedies come to mind: Eupatorium perfoliatium (could also be used in tincture form), Gelsemium, Bryonia, Phytolacca, Arsenicum.

Here’s my reasoning: (1) Eupatorium perfoliatum (Boneset herb) in tea form saved tons of people in New England during the Spanish (avian) flu epidemic from 1918-1921. (2) During that same epidemic, Gelsemium was found to be the most effective homeopathic remedy. (3) Both Eupatorium and Gelsemium are good for flu-like symptoms (fever, malaise, fatigue, chills, nausea, etc.). (4) Arsenicum is also a good cold/flu remedy especially when diarrhea is involved. (5) Bryonia is a good remedy for mastitis, and it is also used for increasing milk production in mothers with low milk production. (6) Phytolacca is perhaps the best remedy for mastitis; and it is also good for lymphatic drainage (and thus for helping the body clear itself of the gunk that can wreak havoc with the lymph nodes during illness). (7) If my cattle/goats developed pneumonia-like symptoms, I would add pneumonia remedies like Antimonium tart, Kali carb, Phosphorus, Carbo veg, and/or Bryonia (which I’d be using anyway if there were mastitis and milk-production symptoms), allowing my remedy choice to be determined by the particular symptoms that my animals had.

If I had dairy cattle or dairy goats that came up with the symptoms mentioned in the video, I would mix the 5 (or more) remedies together in a “water dose” and would administer it as often as necessary. If the disease were in my area but my cattle/goats were asymptomatic, I’d probably mix the Eupatorium, Gelsemium, and Arsenicum and use the “water dose” prophylactically.

Lastly, I would put a St. Benedict medal and a Miraculous Medal on the collars of each of my animals that were either sick or at risk of getting sick; and I would ask the Blessed Mother and St. Benedict to intercede with God for my herd. Just my two cents.

[Kelly] Also , in addition to Mick’s excellent list, as an ongoing preventative since migratory birds are constantly spreading disease around the globe:

  • Bioplasma in the water.
  • And I love Ellen’s animal combos so I’d include those in my water jug.
  • As well as any nosodes like flu, coccidia, pneumonia.
  • I’d also add Ellen’s shedding remedy.
  • And I’d probably put euptatorium in also and the other remedies Mick mentioned as a water dose.
  • I’d be giving it monthly ongoing and then weekly if it concerned it around us. Then daily or hourly if my animals are exhibiting symptoms.

 [Chris] About the video:  influenza highly pathogenic (HPAI) or regular has always been able to infect people, birds & pigs, as the 3 main species. What used to happen was new strains would form in China/east Asia every year due to the closer contact between the 3 species in that region, then migratory patterns of birds spread it to the rest of the world. So avian influenza has always been able to spread to mammals, that part isn’t new. It just doesn’t most of the time because we don’t live with our chickens/migratory birds.  It’s the  possibility of human spread that freaks the animal health departments out and the reason why they kill thousands of birds on only a couple positive cases. Influenza is primarily a respiratory disease spread through sneezing, coughing &  in air.  I’m a bit perplexed on this report, because cows don’t typically get influenza.  I think we’ll just have to see where this story goes.

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