A must have! 'Fast Forward to the Cure' Veterinary Homeopathy
In use by homeopathic veterinarians and holistic animal practitioners all over the world! This is the step-by-step guide that reveals everything you need to know about dosing, choosing a potency and treating and healing acute and chronic diseases using veterinary homeopathy for dogs, cats, horses, birds, pocket pets and wildlife. Plus, you'll discover the advanced methods of'Dynamic Dosing'for animals, that can fast forward a homeopathic treatment to cure, in 1/4 to 1/2 the time! Learn more...
Nothing works better to calm an allergic reaction to flea or mosquito bites.
Homeopathic Ledum (Marsh Tea) is also used for puncture and stab wounds caused by thorns, nails, claws, teeth, talons, barbed wire, nails, knives or any sharp object (helps to prevent infection and tetanus if given soon enough).
Ledum has a specific action on hematoma (bleeding under the skin) after a trauma. It works deeper than and follows well after Arnica has been given. It will finish up where Arnica leaves off. If your pet receives a blow to the eye that causes swelling and bleeding, Ledum is great to give before heading to the veterinarian.
It is also the #1 remedy for pressure sores that won't heal. These are seen so often in older dogs and other animals (in people 'bedsores') that lay for long periods of time on concrete or other hard surfaces.
Ledum is considered to be most effective as a follow-up remedy to Arnica in the treatment of injuries such as sprains and hematoma, but it is best known for the treatment of injuries caused by sharp pointed instruments - puncture wounds and stabs. It is also commonly used for bites and stings, especially those sensitive to touch and relieved by cold applications.
Puncture and stab wounds
Bites and stings
Injuries to the eyes
Cornea (ulceration of)
Injuries to the Testicles
Bites of cats and dogs
Bites of snakes
Bites of mosquitos and fleas
Vaccination reactions - vaccinosis
Constitution: The Ledum type is apt to be discontented and feel cold and chilly and morose. Some authors have described them as 'cross and surly'.
The animal in a Ledum state may be angry and irritable, and may prefer to be left alone (they are as cold emotionally as they are physically).
Cold and chilly
Cross and surly
Rheumatism (from feet upwards)
Modalities: >Better: cold baths, (particularly standingt in cold water), cold air and at rest. < Worse: heat, warm bed or being covered, touch, movement and at night. Ledum is antidoted by: Camphor
Sulphur and Tuberculinum.
Dose: 12c to 30c potency.
For detailed treatment anddosing instruction in veterinary homeopathy, we recommend using Pet Remedy Charts, 'Homeopathy to the Rescue' fordogs, cats, horses or birds.
A homeopathic secret: We feel compelled to share it, but hope you don't need to ever use it... If you ever have a hangover caused by overindulging in hard liquor, it's Ledum 30c or 200c to the rescue! (Nux vomica would be the remedy to use for hangovers from beer.)
For detailed treatments anddosing instruction in veterinary homeopathy, we recommend using Pet Remedy Charts, 'Homeopathy to the Rescue' fordogs, cats, horses or birds.
Please Note: Any information given in this website is not intended to be taken as a replacement for medical advice. Anyone with an animal with a medical condition requiring veterinary attention should consult a qualified DVM practitioner or veterinary emergency care clinic.