Some times there is a notable bad breath from tooth or gum infection. Or any morbid matter in the body - toes, ear canal, tooth abscess, boils, draining fissures, leg ulcers, carbuncles, nocardia infection, mucus in the sinus, tonsils, ears, uterus or rectum. Sometimes the situation has been a long standing one or even gangrene wounds.
Other conditions that call for this remedy
EQUINE CATTLE CAMEL BUFFALO
Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis is a bacterial infection affecting horses and other species of animals such as cattle, goats, sheep, camels and buffalo. The disease has one biotype that horses can contract and another one that the other species can contract, thus the condition is not transferable from other species to the horse.
There are numerous common names for the disease, but it is most often referred to as “Dryland Distemper” or “Pigeon Fever”. Regardless of the name, it should be noted three forms of the disease exist; external or cutaneous abscessation, “ulcerative lymphangitis”, and internal abscessation.
1. The external or cutaneous abscess form is the most common form, and presents itself with hard edematous swelling and abscess formation in either the pectoral region of the chest, the inguinal region (groin) or ventrally in the midline (other sites are possible). These swellings become larger as the abscess matures and may cause fever, lameness or depression in the horse. This form of the disease has been shown to cause abscessation in virtually every region of the body, but is primarily seen in those regions listed above.
2. The second form, ulcerative lymphangitis, is characterized by severe swelling in one or more legs, commonly referred to as a “stove-pipe” leg. The horses are usually very painful and have extreme stiffness or lameness with one or more ulcerative lesions (open sores) developing over the lymphatic ducts of the legs.
3. The third and final form of the disease is internal abscesstion, which is the most serious and the most difficult form to treat. External abscessation comprises 91% of the total cases of corynebacterium, while internal abscessation is seen about 8 % of the time. Ulcerative lymphangitis is seen in only about 1% of total cases.
Cheesy Gland (corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis) abscesses in goats and sheep.
Cheesy gland or caseous lymphadenitis (CLA) in sheep is a bacterial disease of sheep causing abscesses in lymph nodes of the body and internal organs, especially the lungs. Abscesses may also occur in the lungs, liver, spleen and kidneys. In sheep with infected lungs abscesses may burst into the air sacs. Infective material is then coughed up.
WHAT TO DO?
HAMPL DrawO 16 formula, Homeopathic Lymph blood drainer formula, Herbal Blood Pura drops.
Orally: Dilute 4 teaspoon of Vitamin C powder (calcium or sodium ascorbate powder) in a cup of water. Oral syringe every 2 hours - initially when sick. (adding 80 drops of the HAMPL Blood Pura herbal formla with the vitamin c mix) Maintain health from posioning once abscess starts draining out - interally or externally.
~ We are working with a Vet for a homeopathic Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis oral nosode immunization (vaccine) to be made available to the public and other Veternerians.
SKIN and BONE conditions:
There is also a condtion called Deep Pyodermas (pus under the skin). Some people find there pets or animals having a Bone Infection called Ostoemyelitis. use the HAMPL DrawO 16 formula inconjunction with the HAMPL BonCorr 87 formula. Note: Pets over the age of 6 years as a general maintenance detox from - from ears, teeth or sinus pus etc.
Non Drug Prescription
HAMPL DrawO 16 30ml
Contains hampl's homeopathic formula of: Hepar Sulp 6X, 12C, GunPowder Nosode 200C, CM, Hydrastis (goldenseal)1X, and 10M, Anthracinum nosode CM, (NV) Anti-Scar formula10M, Pyprogeniun nosode 30C, Acute bacteria Ostitis nosode of the jaw 12X, Calc Carb 12C, Bone Staphyloccocus bacteria nosode 12C, Nitric Acidum 30C, 30X, with Trigeminal Neuralgia 30X, CM, (NAR) Eliminate mix 6X, Myristica Seb 6C, 50M, Nocardia Bacteria nosode 4X, 12C, 30C, 10M, MM.
Pets over the age of 6 years as a general maintenance detox from any build up of inflammation and infections in the ears, teeth or sinus etc.... stir in a dose to filtered water bowl, every time you change it a few times a week.
Chronic ear infections. Do casual dosing, can stir in a dose to filtered water bowl, (or add to farm trough once a week) every time you change it a few times a week. Fine if other animals share water. Alternatively add a dose to daily meals.
Australian Clients should be aware that national legislation prohibits the marketing or advertising of any veterinary products which have not been registered with the APVMA. These regulations were designed to control the entry onto the market of new chemical drugs and did not foresee the rising demand for proven herbal and homeopathic formulations. Other laws however, allow such treatments to be available after personal consultation. The product information provided is for International clients only, and Australians should ignore this information.