Catarrh of the Sheep

Homeopathy Treatment for Catarrh of the Sheep. Find the best homeopathic medicines to treat Catarrh of the Sheep naturally. …

General [General]       Sheep are occasionally attacked with this affection during the winter season, especially when folded upon open bleak situations, during the prevalence of north-easterly winds. The symptoms are much the same as those exhibited by other animals; loss of

appetite, generally fever, dull heavy appearance, discharge from the eyes and nose; these symptoms are generally accompanied with a cough, and sometimes accelerated breathing.

REMEDIES: Aconite, Nux vomica, Arsenicum and Mercurius vivus. Aconite [Acon]       Aconite may be given at the commencement when there are general febrile symptoms.

Dose. Three or four drops three times a day. Nux vomica [Nux-v]       Nux vomica follows Aconite, with benefit, especially if there is frequent sneezing and cough.

Dose. Three drops night and morning. Arsenicum [Ars]       Arsenicum may be given when there is profuse discharge from the nose, nostrils excoriated, thirst.

Dose. The same as of Nux vomica. Mercurius vivus [Merc-v]

Mercurius vivus may be given for profuse discharge, nostrils swollen, excoriated, frequent attacks of shivering.

Dose. The same as directed for Aconite.

John Rush
John Rush, School of Veterinary Medicine, Tufts University, North Grafton, USA. The Handbook of Veterinary Homeopathy, by John Rush, was published in 1854. Originally published in London by Jarrold and Sons. "The Homeopathic Treatment of the Horse, the Ox, the Sheep, the Dog and the Swine."