Saturday, November 29, 2014

Electro-homeopathy - Part 3: Categories contd

These are the main Constitutional remedies which are the equivalent of Miasmic remedies of Homeopathy:

I've used Thuja, Eucalyptus, Solanum and Clematis of the lot (the remedies I have at home are in bold).

None of them have saved lives yet, but now that I have this list, I will try longer.

I like that Solanum is in the list - it is drawn by animals much more than any other Solanaceae remedy yet so many think that Belladonna is the queen of that group. I don't. To me, Solanum is rules that family in healing animals.

The next set are the Metabolic remedies:
I haven't used many in this list - Hydrastis of course for Kenchu, and Berberis for Icy. The rest in bold I have but haven't really had a change to use them. Maybe this is my opportunity to give them all a try.

I like the distinction that puts Solanum into the constitutional remedies and Belladonna into the metabolic set!:)

This set has the Tissue remedies:
I haven't had much use of these either, but I see Phytolacca in this set and it was wonderful for Pummi. It is a specific for the liver and the connected glands according to e-h's system, and Pummi's disease seemed to have spread internally through her digestive system. That seems to be accurate.

Here's the next to last set, the Intestinal for those animals plagued by infestations of worms, microbes and other fauna:
I've had great use for a few in this lot, the ones I have at least. My dogs regularly draw Allium Sat and Ruta.

This last set is for application and consumption:
Not tried applying any of these but I did add Aloe to one meal not too long ago and the dogs loved it. I doubt if I'll ever use this set, but it's an FYI.

Electrohomeopathy - Part 2: Categories

This is a very good list to keep, even for homeopaths and Bach remedy folk. It connects the dominant body structure to the remedies that heal it.

These are the main Blood remedies:

The most interesting thing for me is that these remedies work really well during the Compositae and Ranunculae families are prominent in this set. I've found that animals draw from those two consistently.

Then the Respiratory remedies:
I have never had much success in completely healing animals, especially cats of their respiratory ailments. But Eucalyptus gave Pummi a great deal of relief from her upper respiratory snuffles. Boreland prominently mentions Ipecac in his list to cure pneumonia, so that's quite accurate too. I have to try Phellandrium and Allium Cepa (they've always drawn Allium Sativa over that).

The next are the Lymph remedies:
Echinacea has been Grey's favorite in the cm, and he's survived his nose and respiratory sufferings to reach adulthood. Though I've not used any of the others, I do plan to.

This Nerve set:
I like this nerve set a great deal, and I will combine it with the Lymph set at some point.
I've seen very nervous and high-strung dogs take beautifully to Aconite cm (Ruby) and Aesculus (Gunda). And during weather changes inside seasonal change, China seems to top the list with Aconite.

More in another post, just so that I don't cram it all.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Electrohomeopathy - Part 1: Electrals

[I am very grateful to this particular site for this understanding I now have of electrohomeopathy. It's a site by Dr. B. R. Dhingra - so many thanks to this individual for sharing virtually everything from what is a very secretive bunch of healers who use vague and general terms to enforce a general ignorance.]

Ok. Electro-homeopathy uses the same plants as Homeopathy and Bach, but made by a different secret process as I've mentioned before. While all that is irrelevant, what really interests me about it is
1. That it uses remedies in complex combinations or mixtures
2.  its system of classification
3. its emphasis on healing nerves with coloured 'electrals'

It has 8 groups and a ninth colour-coded group of 'electrals'. This group is so interesting in terms of energy:

Monday, November 24, 2014

Bach flower remedies, Emotion and Memory

I might have understood a fine thing about healing with Bach remedies from Prof. Vishton in the series "Scientific Secrets for a Powerful Memory".

The processing of short term memory into long-term memory happens in the Hippocampus which is a part of the Limbic system - the seat of emotion. No wonder so many stressed dogs, esp after accidents and the development of disease (later effects of distemper), grow forgetful even of family and grow dependent on habit and routine to stay alive.

This must be the best part of Bach remedies - that we can help them reencode painful and negative memories that lead to miasmic disease into mild and less disruptive forms. What a fabulous tool in our hands to change an essential brain structure for the better! More later - I'm too sleepy now to recall what I was trying to say.;)