How to Undergo Three Home Therapy for Your Puppy

Bach Flower Therapy

Bach Flower therapy is designed to treat disharmonious conditions of the psyche and/or behavioral patterns in humans and animals.

Dr. Edward Bach founded this form of therapy about seventy years ago for human use. Today it is also used for the treatment of animals. According to Dr. Bach, a disease occurs in order to recreate harmony between body and soul. In animals, as in humans, there are many reasons to believe that a negative psychological environment can not only delay recovery from diseases, but can actually cause organic disease.

Bach Flower therapy recreates a positive balance for a negative body-mind condition of the animal. In dogs, it is difficult to recognize disease in its very early stages Therefore, Bach Flowers are not considered to be curative medications in themselves but are immensely important aids in the support of the organism, keeping it from further deterioration and from allowing disorders to extend into the realm of the psyche.

Bach Rowers constitute a complete health care system consisting of 38 different flowers and of one complex and concentrated mixture of many flowers, named “Rescue drops.” Dr. Bach assigned each of the flower preparations for the treatment of 38 different conditions of the psyche. With the help of special extraction methods, the positive energies of the flowers are transferred to spring water. Subsequently, the water is preserved with alcohol’ or vinegar and stored in bottles Bach Flowers are sold without restrictions through pharmacies The drops are sold in 10 ml vials, except for the Rescue drops which are sold in 20 ml vials.

The concentrated drops must be diluted with noncarbonated water before use. If several flower preparations are indicated for treatment at the same time, you need to mix them before use. Pharmacies frequently sell premixed Bach Flower combinations that are diluted in water as well as in alcohol.


Rescue drops should be used only in cases of emergency and for specific conditions. They are not intended for continued administration. A vial of 10 ml is usually sufficient for any treatment. Use five drops of concentrate in 10 ml bottled spring water.

Nosode Therapy

This therapy uses the body’s own components, e.g., blood, urine, and secretions, to effect healing. Autologous blood treatments are included in this type of therapy. The basic theory of this method is to “treat like with like.”

Nosode therapy represents the most intensive method of stimulating the body’s own defensive mechanisms metabolic disorders are often covered up by other disturbances to the point where the original problem can no longer be recognized. Nosode therapy is used to change a chronic condition into an acute stage which can be treated by a variety of specific formulations.

It is important to understand that the use of Nosodes necessarily elicits a first phase during which all symptoms are aggravated. This problem can be avoided by the administration of Foreign Nosodes, which are prepared from substrates of other animals rather than the body’s own. These products are potentiated homeopathically and offered in the form of drops or ampules for oral administration. Potentiation helps to eliminate the stage of symptomatic aggravation. In the treatment of animals, this is particularly important because they cannot understand that their disease has to get just a little worse before it can get better. Another unique quality of the Foreign Nosode therapy is the effectiveness in eliminating toxins from the body using its own functions and, in so doing, unburdening the liver, kidney, intestines, and skin.

Cytoplasm Therapy

This method of healing enables the body to regenerate diseased areas of an organ system. The treatment elicits no side effects contrary to the commonly used “fresh-cell therapy,” which has to contend with allergic reactions, painful infections, fever, and apathy. In addition, this therapy does not require that the patient be quiet or restricted in any way, which is difficult to accomplish with a dog. Cytoplasm therapy is based on procedures that purify fresh-cell substrates by eliminating all components other than those that are effectively participating in regenerative processes.

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About the Author: Fred Goodson has a passion for pets and animals. He has 4 dogs and is planning to have another one. He is also a blogger who writes about pets and animals. Currently, he is living in New Jersey.

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