Category Archives: Horse

May 2020
Aurale Plaques bei Pferden

Aural Plaques, horse – Bioresonance according to the BNR-method

Small, white, depigmented warts or plaques on the inner surface of the pinna are mostly aural plaques.
Aural plaques are probably caused by papilloma viruses, exactly those also causing sarcoids.
The black mosquito is often mentioned as a carrier of the virus.

With a viral disease it is always the most important thing to strengthen the organism so that it can defend itself against the viruses.

Aural plaques can be asymptomatic, but can also be very uncomfortable for the horse,
what can be expressed in massive rejection of all kinds of touches (cleaning, cuddling, snaffling)
to headshaking.

It is important to treat the horse both internally and externally.

Internally, the immune system should always be strengthened, i.e.:
– Build up intestinal flora
– Add vital substances
– feed agents against viruses and bacteria, e.g. L-lysine and rock rose
– Defense-strengthening vitamins, such as vitamins E, C and B-vitamins
– detoxification (the body is overloaded with deworming, antibiotics, vaccinations, painkillers etc.)
– In most cases, special sarcoid agents are also needed

Externally, the question is of course whether the horse even lets you touch the ear ….
If you can get it, two remedies have proven particularly useful:
– Thuja tincture dilution
– Calapo Skin Oil

Of course the best is always to tailor the therapy individually to the horse, that works wonderfully with the bioresonance therapy according to the BNR method.

Mar 2020

Equine herpes virus – bioresonance according to the BNR-method

Herpes virus diseases are triggered by various herpes viruses.
The most important is the EHV-1 virus.

The various viruses can cause the following diseases:

  • rhinopneumonitis
  • Abortion
  • genital infections
  • Neurological diseases as ataxia, impaired bladder function or paralysis
  • inflammation of the conjunctiva and cornea of the eyes

The disease is usually accompanied by a fever between 38.5 ° – 41 ° C, many horses stop eating.

It is important to find an individual solution for each horse.
It would of course be best if the horse is completely in balance, the intestinal flora is built up, the supply of vital substances is ensured and it is kept and fed in a horse-friendly manner, then it can
be easily supported with naturopathy.

The most important herpes remedies are listed below:

  • L-lysine
  • Rock rose, pure, ground or as tea
  • Wheat germ oil (as a vitamin E supplier)
  • rose hips

Herpes viruses are also easy to inactivate using common disinfectants.

Conventional medicine works with antipyretic, anti-inflammatories and antivirals.

Of course, the pharmaceutical companies have also developed vaccines again.
However, the side effects of vaccination are exactly the symptoms that are described above with the disease.
One can hardly speak of antibody formation, since the vaccination should be repeated every 6 months.
Only the disease, which the horses can still get, should run more harmlessly.
In addition, re-infections with field viruses cannot be prevented.
So think carefully and consider whether you should really vaccinate your horse.

Get well soon.

Jan 2020

Diagnosis ECS – Equine Cushing Syndrome – critically questioned

I’ve been treating a lot of supposed Cushing horses lately.

The diagnosis has not been confirmed in a single case, so it is very important to me to examine this terrible diagnosis more closely.

For many veterinarians, the external signs such as shaggy curly fur, a bad fur shedding, strong shoveling of the fur, a change in the muscles, weakness, sweating, laminitis or a sagging belly suffice as suspicious factors.

Usulally a blood count is taken and an elevated ACTH value is then evidence of the Cushing.

They prescribe Prascend, Pergolidmesilat or Corticosal novalis and that’s it.

However, the horses are still getting worse and mostly they are “switched off”, depressed, listless, lacking in joie de vivre through these drugs, often with colic and gastrointestinal problems.

Veterinarians say that a degeneration of the pituitary gland, like a tumor, would increase the release of ACTH.

However, this is only one of the possible causes for the increase in ACTH.

The concentration of ACTH fluctuates with the time of day:

There is a lot of ACTH in the blood in the morning, less in the evening.

ACTH is a classical stress hormone.

With stress such as psychological or physical stress, pain, cold, illness, injuries, malnutrition ACTH is increasingly released.

For some horses it is already so stressful to take blood that this alone becomes one cause to an increased ACTH value.

Permanent pain and stress due to stomach problems, management, improper horse keeping, sensitivity, painful tension, dental problems, osteoarthritis, kissing spines, parasites, out of balance metabolism, malnutrition, excessive energy supply etc. increase the ACTH value and thus also the cortisol release, which is then showed in Cushing symptoms.

Conclusion: please always look for causes of pain and stress and turn them off at all levels before you accept a Cushing diagnosis.

Oct 2019

Elsa, Horse – Eczema & Bioresonance

Elsa is a 10-year-old mare who has been suffering from eczema for years.

The owners have already tried everything possible – without sustainable success.

The horse caring is perfect.

With bioresonance we analyzed the horse and optimized the feeding.

If the intestine is not in balance, the liver and kidneys are stressed, the skin is used as the last possible detoxification organ.

So, first of all, we brought the excretory organs into balance, as If these are not okay, the body can´t detoxify.

The detoxification of the whole organism is important as the horse is fed with preservative,

aromas and dyes, grass and hay silage, contaminated hay / straw, vaccinations, de-worming, etc

is incredibly stressful.

This detoxification disorder was the cause of the eczema.

Already when we “just” built up the the excretory organs, it got better.

Then we detoxified Elsa completely with the right detoxifying remedy for her.

In addition, we of course treated the skin externally.

For the following reasons we have checked the feeding:

The entire metabolism is extremely contaminated with preservatives, flavorings and dyes, which are contained in cereals, treats and so on.

Phytic acid, as phytates, which exists e.g. in cereals and oilseeds, ties minerals and trace elements, so they are no longer available to the body.

Hay and straw can be contaminated with pollutants, pesticides and dangerous plants.

Silage can be contaminated by the fermentation processes with biogenic amines,

which have a negative effect on the liver metabolism.

We have tested everything individually with bioresonance, so that Elsa now gets exactly what she needs.

With every de-worming and vaccination, the intestinal flora is build up parallel and the body will detoxified afterwards, so that the detoxification disorder and with this exzema can´t come back anymore.

Sep 2019

Malanders / Sallanders horses & ponies – bioresonance

Malenders is a skin disease in and around the fetlock of the horse, which is also called Eczema.

It forms nodules, vesicles and bloody scabs.

If the eczema spreads to the inside of the carpal- and tarsal joints, it is called sallanders.

Especially through the scab, there are always the smallest injuries of the skin,

so that it often comes to bacterial, mite or fungal infections.

Often it is greasy and stinking.

If the malenders has been around for a long time, the skin becomes thicker due to the permanent irritation / injuries / scar tissue.

In order to heal malanders/ sallanders sustainably, the following points are important:

– malanders/ sallanders always must be treated internally and externally

– with bioresonance, the right remedies can be tested easily

– the horses must have a chance to stand dry

– Do not shave the fur, just cut it short

– do not take of the scab, it will fall off when the skin is healed underneath

– Supply with vital substances, minerals, trace elements, vitamins

– hayfeeding – should always be anyway

– Mictures as „Müsli“ and co have to be deduct – horses shouldn´t have it anyway

– If special food is required, pay attention to the very best quality with oats, linseed and co

– Stabilize excretory organs

– detoxification of the entire organism, as the horse  is incredibly burdened through food with

preservative,aromas and dyes, grass and hay silage, contaminated hay / straw, vaccinations,

worming, etc

– If the malanders/ sallanders areas are sustainably healed, a scar treatment should follow

since the skin has often developed scar tissue

Internally i.a.

– Build up intestinal flora

– Supply of vital substances, minerals, trace elements, vitamins

Externally i.a.

– Dr. Dahl’s Minus Water, Belavet

– Calapo Skin Oil

– scar cream

In general

– Check conditions and management

If you supply the horse internally and externally with the right remedies, the malanders/ sallanders

is healed after a few weeks.

Apr 2019

Hermann, horse – insect bites /-stings – bioresonance & homeopathic remedies

Spring is here and thus the insects.

Hermann reacts to everything that flies.

Last year he was bitten so badly, that he had a heavy rash, which itched so extreme that he almost got crazy and couldn´t calm down.

This year, the owner wanted to make his life easier.

We have already built up his intestinal flora and the entire immune system over the winter.

Externally, we treat him with bug-off from calapo.com and diluted EM-original solution of naturrat.de.

 

Should something bite him, here are some homeopathic ideas and recommendations:

These advices should, as always, be tested individually.

 

Flies

Barn management and external treatment are the most important thing here.

Bee stings

Apis C200 – 1-3 Globulis at intervals of 10 – 15 minutes until recovery occurs

Wasps / hornet stings

Vespa crabro C200 – 1 – 3 Globulis at intervals of 10 – 15 minutes until recovery occurs

Ticks

Ledum C200 – 3 Globulis at intervals of 15 – 20 minutes, maximum 2 doses

Silicea C200 – 3 Globulis at intervals of 10 – 15 minutes, maximum 3 doses

Mosquitoes

Staphysagria C 200 – 3 Globulis at intervals of 10 – 15 minutes until recovery occurs

Berberis vulgaris C 200 – 3 Globulis at intervals of 10 – 15 minutes until recovery occurs

Ants / spiders

Ledum C200 – 3 Globulis at intervals of 15 – 20 minutes, maximum 2 doses

Apis C200 – 3 Globulis at intervals of 10 – 15 minutes until recovery occurs, maximum 3 doses

Itching, unbearable and rash

– Arsenicum album C200 or C1000 – 1 x daily for a maximum of 3 days

– Acidum formicium C30 – 1 – 2 x daily for a maximum of 3 days

– Apis C200 – 3 Globulis at intervals of 10 – 15 minutes until recovery occurs, maximum 3 doses

– Ichto Vet Sommer & Fessel Gel Heel, Belavet, Halicar Ointment

 

Mar 2019

Pineta, horse – abortion – bioresonance

Pineta is a 12-year-old mare, who has already lost a foal for the second time.

Abortion can have many causes:

– Viruses

– Bacteria

– stress and overexertion

– Feeding

– standard of hygiene at mating

– Umbilical cord

– Uterine infection

– Placenta abruption

– Fall

– Trauma

– Twins

– Management and environment

– Disease of the foal

– Other diseases

Of course, the vet has immediately excluded that it is based on an contagious infection, because even more mares were pregnant.

It is very important to observe the mare after the abortion.

In addition to the emotional factors, e.g. fever, uterus / udder inflammation or even laminitis can occur. With the bioresonance analysis, we brought the immune system into balance and rinsed the mare several times internally, in order to prevent any bacterial or viral processes.

Of course, we supported her with homoeopathic remedies in her grief.

Next year she will hopefully give birth to a healthy foal.

May 2018

Agatha, pony – corneal ulcer – bioresonance

Agatha is a 7 year old pony.

It had superficial corneal changes in the left eye, increased lacrimation and sometimes mucous secretions.

In the case of eye diseases, a veterinarian should be consulted immediately as blindness can occur and many animals suffer from pain.

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Mar 2018

Carl, horse – cough – bioresonance

Carl is a 12-year-old Hanoverian who has been coughing for some time.

Cough can have many causes:

– Virus

– Bacteria

– Fungi

– Stress

– Overexertion

– Coronary diseases

– Feeding

– Barn management

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