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New Horizons for Homeopathy in Organic Agriculture and Farm Animal Health — 5 CD-audios with GLEN DUPREE, DVM

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Glen Dupree, DVM

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New Horizons for Homeopathy in Organic Agriculture and Farm Animal Health
– presented by Glen Dupree, DVM

This presentation is on 5 CD’s and covers:

Part 1 – Holism and Homeopathy
– 1) Beginning definitions: A) Organic Agriculture B) Sustainable Agriculture C) Homeopathy
– 2) Holism: A) General terms B) In medicine C) Homeopathy by definition is a holistic science
– 3) An expanded view of holism – from the patient outward and upward
– 4) So What?
– 5) Hygiene: A) Two steps to health care – hygiene and therapeutics B) Hygiene C) Choices in hygiene affect the lesser and greater wholes just as do therapeutics

Part 2 – Medicine, Agriculture, and Ecology – The conventional and the ideal
– 1) The Conventional approach is reductionist and isolates these three fields
– 2) Conventional medicine in the US – the most advanced and superior in the world
– 3) But……..
– 4) Conventional agriculture in the US – we feed the world
– 5) But……..
– 6) Environment – in the forefront of public awareness
– 7) But……..
– 8) In the ideal world – the continuum of sustainable and organic agriculture, homeopathic medicine, and the environment: A) Sustainable organic agriculture B) Homeopathic medicine C) The enviroment

Part 3 – A targeted look at homeopathy on the sustainable organic farm
– 1) Same guiding principles as the application of homeopathy under any other set of circumstances – the vital force is the vital force
– 2) Prescriber needs to know species norms and quirks of anatomy
– 3) Unused sections of the materia medica and repertory
– 4) Do not anthropomorphize
– 5) Unusable parts of the animal patient – anatomical structures unique to veterinary patients
– 6) Opportunity to prescribe for vast numbers
– 7) Application of homeopathy on the farm is determined by the type of farm and the intended use of the stock on the farm
– 8) More definitions: A) Chronic Disease B) Acute disease C) Acute exacerbations of chronic disease D) Genus epidemicus

Part 4 – Determining the emphasis for homeopathic therapy based on farm type
– 1) Breeding farms
– 2) Non-market production farm
– 3) Market production farms

Part 5 – Practical aspect of homeopathy on the farm
– 1) Treatment methods
– 2) Assessing remedy action

Part 6 – Commonly seen symptom complexes
– 1) Looking at trends and patterns rather than at specific diagnosis and breed/species limitations
– 2) Categorize by predominant organ system involved, not by causative organism or diagnosis
– 3) Following the arrangement of the repertory, omitting systems with no major systemic symptom complexes
– 4) Eye – Pinkeye
– 5) Nose and upper respiratory tracts
– 6) Mouth – the vesicular diseases: Hoof and mouth, vesicular stomatitis, bluetongue
– 7) Gastrointestinal tract – Diarrheas, ulcers, indigestion from grain overload, displaced abomasums, prolapses, parasites, liver abscesses
– 8) Genitalia – Male and female – Of primary concern as chronic disease on breeding farms and dairies; prolapses, abortions, retained placentas, birthing difficulties, and breeding difficulties
– 9) Lower respiratory – a variety of viral, bacterial, parasitic, and traumatic pneumonias
– 10) Chest – important to the dairyman because it contains information relative to the mammary glands and milk production
– 11) Skeletal and Locomotor Systems – Mostly lamanesses; symptom complexes may carry a conventional diagnosis of Caprine Arthritis and Encephalitis, Foot rot, Abscesses, White muscle disease, or other metabolic and nutritional muscle disorders. Repertorize the character of the lameness, not the diagnosis
– 12) Fever and chills – Important in Shipping fevers and other transportational stresses.
– 13) Skin – Diagnosed as a variety of eruptive and parasitic disorders
– 14) Generalities – Those symptoms and modalities that help define the complexes seen in the specific systems and help to define the genus epidemicus

Part 7 – Materia medica for use on the organic livestock farm

Part 8 – Resources and references

Part 9 – The future of veterinary homeopathy – Historic opportunities in organic livestock production
– 1) Indirect opportunities
– 2) Direct opportunities]
– 3) Educational opportunities

Recorded at the 2nd Annual Joint American Homeopathic Conference. Diseases of Epidemic Proportions: The Homeopathic Response to Today’s Growing Health Challenges. April 13-17, 2007 – Denver, Colorado

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