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In recent years, non-traditional methods of treatment are increasingly used not only by self-taught healers, but also by recognized medical luminaries. This suggests that this branch of medicine has a large and promising future.
Along with the treatment of people, non-traditional methods of treatment are widely used in veterinary medicine, once again confirming the fact that animals, being part of nature, are quite susceptible to natural treatment.
Worldwide, there is a growing interest in the use of alternative methods for the treatment of animals.
This is connected not only with fashion trends (e.g., fashion folk healers, firmly rooted in the former Soviet Union since the late 80-ies of XX century), but also with the frustration of doctors and pet owners drugs and approaches traditionally used in veterinary medicine.
In addition, it is obvious that sick Pets are not always suitable potent (biologically aggressive) means (one treat, the other-cripple!).
We are talking, first of all, about herbal medicine and homeopathy, as well as methods of reflexology, which often help where conventional medicine is powerless. But we should not forget that only a specialist should prescribe the use of these methods.
In ancient medicine, natural remedies were considered a panacea for all ills, and of course, they have not lost their properties to this day. The main action of natural medicine is to restore balance in the living body.
It turns out that many diseases and disorders can be treated with herbal remedies.
These studies are particularly active in relatively poor countries with traditional agriculture: India, Pakistan, Iran, where medicines are not available to the majority of the poor rural population, and developed European countries that are increasing the production of biological products and are characterized by a reverent attitude to Pets (Germany, Austria, Italy).
The use of various methods of non-traditional veterinary medicine does not deny the use of conventional drugs, but if, along with self-treatment, you take your animal to the doctor, you just have to warn the doctor about it.
Unfortunately, some chemicals reduce the effect of natural substances (to a greater extent this applies to homeopathic medicines).
However, concentrated oils, herbs, flowers, and minerals work very well in parallel with traditional medicines.
Most methods of non-traditional veterinary medicine are well compatible, and most often the use of not one, but several methods at the same time brings much greater benefits.
However, there are exceptions to the rules, for example, homeopathic substances are negatively affected by aromatic concentrated oils (especially garlic). Nevertheless, most natural substances are compatible and complement each other. With the right dosages, they are completely safe.
All means that you use, should remove the painful symptoms for a certain time. If the recommended doses do not give the desired effect, you should try other drugs.
Of course, if the disease in your cat is manifested in an acute form, it is necessary to consult a doctor as soon as possible.
Herbal medicine, seems to be the most ancient medical system used by man. There is nothing more natural than the healing power of plants to cure ailments, both in humans and in animals, which, as is widely known, by some instinct find exactly the plants that help them cope with the disease.
Herbal medicine not only relieves the symptoms of diseases, but also restores the functions of the body as a whole, which leads to a natural recovery. Today, more than 2 thousand medicinal plants are used in medicine, the healing properties of which have been known since ancient times, and their number increases year after year naturally.
Modern medicines can be an extract from the plants themselves or their synthetic analogues. For example, aspirin, obtained from the bark of a willow tree, has a plant origin and is widely used to this day. However, both extracts and synthetic components often have a side effect, and the breadth of their healing properties is much less than the actual plants.
Herbal medicine is a mild and safe method of treatment, but it does not become less effective than traditional methods. Medicinal herbs can be purchased in pharmacies or prepared at home from the collected plants.
Many animal remedies can be prepared from inexpensive food ingredients, accessories that are in any bathroom, and what grows on the street.
But always remember: if the symptoms do not go away, contact your veterinarian!
Thus, the most promising areas of application of herbal remedies and medicinal mineral additives in veterinary medicine is:
treatment of certain skin and parasitic diseases;
increase the productivity of livestock.
But it should be understood that herbal remedies and mineral supplements will not be able to replace vaccinations, for example, against rabies or anthrax and foot-and-mouth disease. They mostly allow you to minimize the use of potent drugs due to the fact that animals are more resistant to adverse conditions and less sick.
Medicinal plants are particularly effective in the treatment of chronic diseases. When used correctly, the benefits of mild action and the effectiveness of medicinal plants become ideal for the treatment of many diseases.
All plants and mineral supplements recommended for the treatment of certain diseases are completely safe with precise adherence to the dosage.
Many animal remedies can be prepared from inexpensive food ingredients, accessories that are in any bathroom, and what grows in the garden. But always remember: if the symptoms do not go away, contact your veterinarian!
We offer you some examples of the use of natural drugs for the treatment of animals:
Arthritis. Massage the animal's thighs, back, neck, and legs vigorously for several minutes each day to improve blood flow and relax the muscles and joints. Pay special attention to the areas around the joints. Carefully bend and unbend your legs within the limits of mobility. Apply a warm heating pad to the inflamed area.
Swimming is a great warm-up for legs affected by arthritis. Add parsley, grated ginger and Flaxseed oil to your food.
Acne. If you find slightly flaky bumps under the animal's chin or around the mouth, wash the area with warm water and mild soap and wipe dry: acne affects wet places. The bacteria that cause them accumulate on plastic bowls, so use bowls made of porcelain, glass or metal.
Dandruff. Add linoleic acid to the dog's food. The best source is safflower and sunflower oil: 1/2 H. l. for a small dog and 1 tbsp. l. for a large one.
Constipation. Give us more water, add a little boiled pumpkin and leafy vegetables to your diet. If the animal is reluctant to drink, add a little salty gravy to the food to make it thirsty.
Dry paws. If you live in a cold climate, check the dog's paw pads in winter. They can become dry if the animal spends a lot of time in the snow. Apply calendula ointment to your paws.
Diarrhea. Don't give the dog any solid food for a couple of days. To avoid dehydration, give a lot of water and salt solution. If the dog refuses to drink water, let him lick or nibble pieces of ice.
On the first day of fasting, calm the stomach of the animal with a few spoonfuls of slippery paste from crushed elm bark with Apple juice. This tool promotes the reproduction of beneficial bacteria in the gut. Move the animal from red meat to white chicken.
Animals have allergic reactions to proteins or preservatives. When the diarrhea stops, give a light meal for 1-4 days: boiled rice with boiled white chicken meat. Transfer to the usual diet gradually. Diarrhea can cause intestinal worms, so it is necessary to rid the animal of parasites.
If diarrhea lasts more than 2 days or is accompanied by bleeding, contact your veterinarian. The cause of diarrhea can be overeating and eating garbage.
Pain. Place the animal in a safe, quiet place. Put in a cardboard box a newspaper and an old blanket and put in a room where the pet will not be disturbed. For Pets living in the yard, cover the car tire with an old blanket and place it in the garage. Put a hot water bottle so that the animal is warm and comfortable.
Minor wounds and scratches. Wash the affected area with a gauze pad with warm salted viola or tea tree oil antiseptic. Rinse and dry with gauze pads, but not with cotton swabs: the fibers may stick to the wound.
Apply Arnica ointment-a herbal remedy with anti-inflammatory properties. It can also be used to treat hematomas, sprains, and swelling. Not suitable for the treatment of deep open wounds.
Skin irritation. The cause of irritation may be fleas, contact with plants, itching, tick larvae, allergies to food or inhaled particles. Wash your pet's paws with cold water if he ran on mown or wet grass. If the animal is allergic, make him socks from an old t-shirt.
Secure the paws with a sticky bandage so that it is difficult for him to tear them off. If the animal itches, bathe it in cool water. Add a handful of colloidal oatmeal to the water. It moisturizes the skin and soothes irritation. After washing, apply a conditioner with oatmeal, which also helps to relieve irritation.
Oak bark It has an astringent, anti-inflammatory and hemostatic effect. Used in decoctions (1: 10) for inflammatory diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, stomatitis, laryngitis, pharyngitis, gastrointestinal bleeding. Does not cause complications and side effects.
Dose of the bark inside: the cats of 0.2-1.0 g 3 times a day.
Chamomile pharmacy It has an anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory and disinfectant effect. Use for intestinal spasms, flatulence, diarrhea.
Administered in the form of broth (one tablespoon per cup of water).
Dose: Give a teaspoon or tablespoon 2-3 times a day.
Flax seed Administered orally as a coating and mitigation remedy for inflammation of the stomach and intestines, when coprostasia and hemostatic.
The drug is prescribed inside in the form of mucus. To prepare the mucus, one part of the seeds is filled with thirty parts of hot water and infused for 30 minutes.
Mucus is prescribed immediately after cooking.
Dose of seeds for the preparation of mucus at one intake: cats 1.0-3.0 g.
Yarrow It increases the secretion and increases the tone of the muscles of the gastrointestinal canal, acts as a hemostatic, anti-inflammatory, anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic. It is recommended for stimulating the appetite, improving digestion, atony and catarrh of the stomach and intestines, gastrointestinal and uterine bleeding.
Dose: Use inside in the form of an infusion (15,0: 200,0) one tablespoon 2-3 times a day.
Hypericum It has an astringent, antimicrobial, wound-healing effect. The drug is recommended for animals with disorders of the digestive tract (dyspepsia, gastroenteritis, acute and chronic colitis), externally for the treatment of wounds, burns and inflammatory processes of the mucous membranes (stomatitis, gingivitis, pharyngitis).
Assign inside in the form of an infusion (10,0:200,0).
Dose of St. John's wort herb infusion inside: 1 st. l. 2-3 times a day.
Buckthorn bark The drug is recommended for animals as a gentle laxative for constipation, clogging and intestinal atony.
Assign inside in the form of broth (10,0: 200,0 - 1 tablespoon of bark per cup of boiling water, boil for 20 minutes).
Dose of broth inside: one dessert spoon of broth.
Marshmallow root As an enveloping and anti-inflammatory agent, the root is used for inflammation of the stomach and intestines, to reduce the irritation of drugs and the absorption of poisons in the intestine, with coprostases, clogging the stomach and intestines with sand. As an expectorant and emollient for inflammation of the respiratory tract.
Assign inside in the form of a decoction (1: 20-1: 30), syrup (2 parts of the root of the dry alteynogo and 98 parts of sugar syrup).
Dose for cats: 1 dessert spoon of broth 2-3 times a day.
When using medicinal plants for the treatment of chronic diseases, it should be borne in mind that their use should be prolonged, for 1-1,5 months. If you need longer treatment every 1-1, 5 months, you should take a break for 5-7 days.
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