Homeopathic remedies for your pets

Goldberg, Michael
June 2004
Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine;Jun2004, Issue 260, p140
Focuses on homeopathic remedies for pets with bite wounds. Role of hot pack application and epsom salts solution in preventing infection from spreading; Suitability of lachesis for a bite wound that is painful and bluish and hepar sulphuris for a bite wound that is sensitive to touch.


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