This morning I did a zoopharma session with Salma. This is the third session since she arrived three months ago. Rose Otto: Looks at bottle, licks, tail wags, moves closer, close sniff right up to bottle and then moved away to about 2m. I closed bottle. 10cm. Angelica Root. Mouth smacks. Sniffs focusing on bottle [...]
In the Japanese prefecture of Oita, located on Kyushu the most southwesterly island of that country, for centuries they have been cultivating varieties of citrus fruits which are not widely available in the rest of the world. Among these is a fruit called kabosu. Alerted by the well-known fact that in this region cancer is [...]
The cat’s eyes were in a bad way. The retina had detached and the cat was blind. The pressure build-up in the eyes was extreme. An operation was needed. The day before the operation, the cat was offered a selection of essential oils. When he inhaled elderflower CO2, Gabrielle had never seen anything like it: [...]
A couple of weeks ago I went to the garden centre. I noticed that one of the German Shepherds was no longer there. The owner told me that he had become paralysed in the hindquarters and she had opted for euthanasia. He was 12 years old. I also noticed that in a compound there were [...]
My book "Libre Elección" will be available for sale in the next few days. The book offers a practical guide to zoopharmacognosy and includes an A-Z of the main substances used as well as tables for easy consultation of the different conditions animals may suffer from.
This is a first - for me at least! I have been offering live webinars on a variety of topics but not everyone is free to participate at the appointed time, so I felt there was a need to make these webinars available on a permanent basis. Here is the first one! The topic of [...]