Keenly awaited and a major success – over 250 veterinary homeopaths from 12 countries met in April 2013 for the second international congress of animal homeopathy, which featured a series of varied and highly practical contributions that were enthusiastically received by the participants.
Tim Couzens: finding the remedy for horses and a description of helpful remedies for the most important illnesses, plus lively portraits of numerous remedy pictures in horses.
Christiane Krüger: portraits of horses remedy types, illustrated with expressive cases and clinical indications.
Gertrud Pysall: observations on communication with horses using brief, incisive video clips.
John Saxton: the physiological concept of Hahnemann‘s miasms as well as the mode of action and practical applications of bowel nosodes
Sue Armstrong: procedures in homeopathic cancer treatment from prevention to palliative care in the final stages, plus observations on the connection between cancer and injury or inflammation.
Dominique Fraefel: descriptions and video clips showing the behaviour and physical symptoms of Lycopodium cats.
Gilberte Favre: the nature of sheep and how to interact with them – supplemented with practical tips on the investigation and prescription of homeopathic remedies, plus the depiction of key constitutional and first-aid remedies.
Rosina Sonnenschmidt: holistic treatment of birds consisting of hormonal therapy, light therapy, bird acupuncture (as developed by her), and miasmatic homeopathy with numerous examples.
Anke Henne: usage and applications of leeches – for example, in treatment of the musculoskeletal system.
The emphasis on practical applications and the breadth of the topics provided everyone – whether treating large animals or small ones – with a wealth of useful information, making this animal homeopathy congress a valuable source of inspiration for the treatment of animals.
The DVDs include the recording of the second Veterinary Congress from April 19th. to April 21st. of 2013 in Badenweiler.