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Juno's Story: An Herbal Wound Case  RSS feed

 
Doc Jones
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Juno is a little American Eskimo that got caught under a Jeep tire. Ouch!

We managed this wound only using herbs topically and internally.

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Everything's healing up nicely. Instead of poulticing this one, I just had the owners make the poultice formula into a tea, strained it and spray it on a few times a day.

You can read the whole story and see more pictures Here: Juno's Story

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Jon La Foy
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That's awesome!! My family and I rely heavily on herbs for any illness or injury.  We tell others, non-permies, about things like this and they look at us like we're crazy. It's great to see documented proof that it works!!
 
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Amazing! That sweet dog and its owners were fortunate to have such a knowledgeable doctor.
 
Joshua Parke
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Amazing!! Thank you for sharing this story and the others on your site. I feel that herbs are my next serious topic of study. The story of Max is incredible!

I have a little story about a dog....
I used echinacea for a dog bitten by a rattlesnake last year. I of course panicked at first and rushed him to the vet...they drugged him up so bad it was terrible. That night as he was locked away at the vets I began researching, and up came echinacea. I used it in tincture form in raw meatballs, probably around 8 doses per day for three days. By the end of the third day there was no swelling and none of that necrotic tissue everyone talks about. The vet of course gave me drugs to give him, but they promptly found their place in the trash bin.

Since I live in rattlesnake territory I bought three bottles of echinacea tincture. I keep a bottle in my truck, one in my saddle bag, and one in my abode. And have been planting echinacea, and will be planting lots more...among many others.
 
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