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(Mhairi Simon)

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Treating Tapeworm

Christie had been having intermittent bouts of colic for nine months, coming out of the blue each time.

An Irish Draught / Thoroughbred / Draught, about 16 years old, she seemed to be coping. At no time did she lose weight, but she became slightly dull in her personality and her general physical condition was just not right. But Verna, her owner, became very worried because the colic was so puzzling over such a long period of time.

During one of her routine six-monthly chiropractic visits, Vav immediately saw a change in condition of Christie’s coat and belly. Before Verna told her about it, she suspected tapeworm and asked about wormers.

Read on...

HERBALISM

Unlike many forms of alternative medicine, herbalism is widely considered by the medical community to have a scientific basis and even plays an important role in the formulation of many medications and dietary supplements.


HERBAL REMEDIES 'DO WORK'
(BBC REPORT September, 2004)

Pharmacists carried out lab tests on traditional remedies. Scientific tests on a range of traditional remedies have shown they have "real benefits", researchers say.

Experts from King's College London said the treatments from around the world had properties which may help treat conditions such as diabetes and cancer.

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More than 80% of the world’s population uses herbal medicines in one form or another.

In 1985 the World Health Organisation said herbal remedies are an important part of healthcare. In continental Europe it has become very common although its use is only gradually increasing in the UK.

Herbalism is a traditional medicinal practice based mainly on the use of plants and plant extracts, and can include some fungal and bee products, as well as minerals, shells and certain animal parts.

KEY BENEFITS

METHODS

Our herbal remedies are combinations of herbs carefully selected by Ellen Collinson to give the best results. They cover wormers, anti-biotics, tonics, pain-killers, and several other supportive aids. I have equivalents for horses and for cats & dogs, their digestive systems being different.

Herbal remedies can help with the digestive, respiration, immune, reproductive & movement systems.