LA writes, " Hello Kat,
I want to tell you about my brother, Kent. He fell off his roof in January and shattered his femur close to his hip. Luckily, that's the only injury he sustained. They were able to piece it back together with quite a bit of hardware without doing a hip replacement. A while into recovery, he was experiencing more pain. He was sent to a second ortho doc for consult and they discovered a loose screw in his ankle causing the rod in his leg to shift down. PT was reduced to no resistance exercises and he was told to return in 6-8 weeks. The ortho doc said it would be 2-3 more visits. That's about the time I gave him your Bone & Muscle Support pills. He could only take 2/day due to stomach issues but took them faithfully. When he went back to the specialist, xrays showed healing had taken place. The doc said he could not believe it, but my brother (age 66) had healed more than twice as fast as any of his patients ever do. My brother attributes it to the pills and so do I. He is also taking your Lung Health pills that I got him. His Farmer's Lung has improved too, even with the bad air quality from Canadian fire smoke. Thank you so much for this help and doing so much good for so many people!
Thank you again and Blessings to you!"
Thank you L for sharing.
You can order The Complete Tissue and Bone formula here: Capsules Complete Tissue & Bone (repair support) 100 (discountdrchristopher.com). I use it for injuries of all different kinds.
You can order the Lung & Bronchial Support Capsules here: Capsules Lung & Bronchial Dr. C 100 (discountdrchristopher.com) I have used both of these products for myself and family and love them.
Of course if you have animals experiencing these challenges take a look at our other website : www.firmeadowllc.com and click the products tab, and then animal herbs. Look for our proprietary BetterDaze™ and BreatheDeeplee™ Herb Blends. Also Wonderful Salve which can be used for injury support in both humans and animals.
Wishing you healing and peace :). Be blessed, Katherine
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Ever see these? If you breed enough goats you will! There is no alarm if the kid is otherwise healthy, it just means their space was limited and their feet were curled under probably the last few weeks of third trimester in the womb.
Here's how I work with these. First our subject: Johanna - moderately contracted...
First I gather the kid, scissors, toilet paper rolls and duct tape. Please note that if your kids are around other goats (dam, siblings, etc) that other goats may pull off the wraps, chew on them and ingest part of it or injure the kid while chewing on the wraps. We handraise our kids so we don't have those issues.
Then I cut the tube lengthwise, measure for height keeping the tube lower than the knee and cut them shorter if needed.
Then I cut about a 1 foot length of tape (less for minis) and firmly but not too tightly wrap the leg with the tube starting at the knee, then slide the splint down toward the bottom of the hoof to be sure the hair is lying in the correct direction, then wrap the tape. After that I cut about a 6 inch length of tape and starting on the inside fetlock (ankle) wrap around the foot bottom then up the other side. This sticks the boot in place and keeps it from riding up into the knee.
Then I repeat. The end result is a happy bouncey baby that will keep her leg straight enough to restretch the tight tendons while she walks. I recheck the tendons in a day, and then about every twelve hours after that. Most splits can come off in 1 to three days. I haven't found it necessary to tape the top of the splint to the leg hair so I don't so that it's easier to remove.