It’s always good to be prepared for snake bites, etc if you live in an area with snakes, scorpions, deadly spiders, etc. The homeopathic snake bite protocol can save you so much anxst, not to mention dollars. The following incident is just one of the many, many reasons I am so glad I found homeopathy. Daily, I appreciate it.
On a normal evening walk around a paddock, with Sadie my energetic boxer and two cats, something unusual happened. Sadie looks to be a pure bred boxer. In my opinion, purebreds are never as savvy as a Heinz 57 variety. But what she lacks in common sense, she makes up for in energy, joy and enthusiasm. She grins a lot. She’s always happy, even when in trouble.
Her normal routine is to gallop around, exercising those long legs, roll in the grass, eat horse poo, explore new smells and then come galloping back to us on the home stretch.
She was a little late in joining up with us and when she did, her gallop was a slow canter, lacking her normal spark.
As she neared us, she fell over. But there was nothing that could have caused her to fall.
Never known her to fall over before. One thing she is, is sure footed. She seems to be able to cavort her way around anything.
Even more weird is she didn’t get back up. She just lay there with a back leg jutting out at an unnatural angle.
I encouraged her to stand and we walked the short distance back to the house and she slumped into her bed.
It was an unusually hot day for spring. A perfect day for the snakes to emerge from winter. In general, if you leave them alone, they will leave you alone. They don’t look for a fight.
But Sadie doesn’t have that normal radar animals have for danger and she probably just stumbled across one. Or went to have a look at one, in spite of any warning signs.
I suspected she had been bitten.
I started her on my normal snake bites protocol. A few minutes after the first dose, she got up and wandered around in her normal behaviour, interested, tail up, alert.
Over the next few hours, I did give her a few more doses, just to be sure, although I don’t think I needed to, as she didn’t relapse.
A few days later, I saw her very focused on something in the paddock. As I got closer, I could see a large dugite, one of our local poisonous snakes, coiled up, with head raised. I guess she had learned her lesson as she wasn’t close enough to anger the snake enough to strike. She came readily when called.
The next day, the same thing happened. After that, she lost interest in the site, so I presume the poor dugite had to move house to get some peace.
I used this same snake bite protocol for a cat some years previously. I found her walking around with a baby dugite hanging from her mouth. Although baby dugites are considered more poisonous than the adults, I didn’t interfere for two reasons:
1 – you can make the situation worse
2 – I knew how to treat her successfully
I just hoped the baby dugite got safely away.
Some hours after I saw her, she came into the house, very wobbly and unsteady. I figured she had been bitten, so started her on my normal homeopathic treatment for snake bites. This was a bit different from Sadie’s treatment as it was an older bite.
She had no interest in food that night, but was back to normal the next day. Both she, and I, slept soundly that night. I didn’t need to watch her or keep dosing her.
Such wonderful quick, inexpensive, effective ways to deal with a potentially fatal problem, where you don’t even need to know the type of snake, scorpion or spider. A miracle? Miracles happen regularly with good homeopathic treatment.
Consider the medical alternative…
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