Tip of the Week – Healing Horses with Glandulars

When treating chronic diseases my goal is to cure the disease. You may laugh at this point, because everyone knows certain conditions are listed as chronic diseases and there is no cure but only control of the problem with drugs/medications.

Since 1995 I have not utilized drugs in the treatment of chronic animal diseases, but only homeopathics, herbs and nutrition.

With Homeopathy, when I discovered the healing process and though I had success, the rate of cure was slow and spotty. Then I happened upon Dr. Royal Lee’s unique method of deriving extracts containing cells from specific organs and glands and I began using them in a clinical setting.  Dr. Lee believed that these cellular organ extracts supported cell regulation, maintenance and the interaction between other body tissues that support the healing process.

The three glandular type products include Protomorphogens, Cytosols and Glandular Extracts. Of the three the Protomorphens (made from the nucleus and nucleic acids) are used most successfully in chronic conditions. The Cytosols (derived from the cytoplasm of cells) are glandulars used in acute conditions when the body needs a quick boost.  The Glandular extracts (the easiest to produce and most widely used but most ineffective of the 3) are the desiccated remains of the organs.

When facing chronic conditions I predominately utilize the PMGs in combination with the homeopathic(s) of choice for the condition. In a case of Cushing’s syndrome, I would use my homeopathic complex for Cushing’s and then add the Pituitrophin PMG, Drenatrophin PMG and Thyroptophin PMG. Cushing’s is a disease originating in the pituitary gland but also incorporates imbalanced activity of the adrenal glands and the thyroid gland. By combining treatments, I have seen increased overall success for Cushing’s and other detrimental health conditions.

I truly believe that my success rate with chronic conditions in animals would be much lower if I did not have PMG Extracts to rely upon for nutritional support in these cases.

This tip was brought to you by Gerald Wessner, VMD, Holistic Vet Clinic, www.Holisticvetclinic.net, and KAM Animal Services, home of KAM’s “Equine Learning Circle” FREE webinars, which take place monthly.  The June 13 FREE webinar features detoxing, electrolytes and equine first aid.  July 18 will discuss how to care for inflammation.  If you sign up at the time of the webinar they are free.  If you want to be able to download all the past webinars from 2011, these and any future ones, an annual membership is available.

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