ANIMAL'S NAME: Simba
BREED: European Shorthair
COLOURING: Tortoise Shell
AGE: 15 Years
DIAGNOSIS: Diabetes, July 2016
How Young When Vaccinated Initially, Cocktail: Unknown
Vaccinated When Flown Internationally, Cocktail: June 2015
Neutered / Spayed, when: Yes, unknown
Microchipped: Yes, April 2013
Medications, Current: None
Neurotoxin: Flea and Tick: None
Chemical Dewormers: None
Dr. Wallach reports diabetes is a result of a mineral shortage, chromium, vanadium and zinc in this order. This is also backed by the American Journal of Science, August 1957. Max Crarer states in his book, “Heal Your Eye Problems with Herbs, Minerals and Vitamins”, states a body short on B6 can throw the body into a diabetic state. Therefore, please check your animal for these minerals, and rebalance accordingly. The system should rebalance, heal with a change in diet and no additional toxicity within 4-6 months.
Muscle testing will highlight if the body is lacking.
At the time of writing this case study, I did not have this information. I suggest using the following information below to help your animal as they rebalance over this period. There is no need for your animal to suffer this imbalance and for you, the pet parent be burdened with the crazy costs associated.
We had been trying to heal our diabetic cat. It requires monitoring her closely and adjusting insulin accordingly. Unfortunately, one day she went hypoglycemic, her blood glucose level dropped too low. She was needing less and less insulin.
I moved quickly, but there was definitely a neuro disconnect. Usually when she is low she recovers within an hour, but this time she must have gone really low past what my meter said and I was dealing with vision impairment I believe and an animal who was constantly nodding her head, and searching as a result of perhaps small seizures? She would not stop head bobbing, and was focused on the wall only. Only when I picked her up she knew I was there, but there was this disconnect of not being able to connect with her surroundings.
I contacted several vets about her recovery period, and symptoms but no one could help and everyone said take her to emergency, where I knew she would just be pumped with drugs so this was not going to help her.
I then got out the oils, I used Ylang Ylang, Carrot Seed, Melissa, Jasmine and German Chamomile. As she was not really able to select at the time, so I chose what I thought based on Caroline Ingraham’s case studies she would need and left her secure to smell all the smells checking on her constantly.
After four hours she regained her sense of space and surroundings, I sensed her vision was beginning to return, so no more facing the wall and the nodding was less apparent. She wanted to go back up to her bed on top of the armoire. She still did not seem fully back yet so I placed all the cloths with the oils around her bed and she stretched out (which she never does) and placed her nose right on the Ylang Ylang cloth.
After a few more hours, she was able to stop moving her head, was able to make eye contact and finally settled into a deep sleep. She slept like this till the next morning and woke up back to her old self. Tired, but functionally back. I left the cloths out all day and she was still happy to smell them and back to being our Simba. An email was sent expressing our profound gratitude to Caroline.
If your animal is diabetic, this imbalance can be healed. I invite the reader to reference the case study here.
This is Simba on another day, happily “topping up”. If she did not want to be anywhere near these oils, she would be “gone”. She is very clear. Animals must always have the freedom to choose the oil, to choose how long to participate, to choose their dose especially. Nothing is ever to be forced on them or near them. This is unethical and will do damage.
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