Homeopathic Corpse Reviver
The other day, my dog soaked in the sun and the fresh air, came inside, made his way upstairs to me, and sat down. He was panting in the middle of Winter, and every once in a while, he would just stop breathing. His eyes were glassy and seemed difficult for him to keep open. For a long time, I sat with him, loving on him, thinking that this was our good-bye.
He is 8 years old in a breed that generally lives 15 years or so, but a year ago he had a severe reaction to a vaccine. He almost died, but I treated him homeopathically for the vaccine injury. Still, his health has not been optimal since then. Cynthia Slon had recently warned me that his aura was detaching from his body. Not a good sign. But at least it prepared me for the day where he sat with me trying to have what I thought was his last breath.
But on that day, he was holding on. So after some time, I fetched the Homeopathic Corpse Reviver from my collection. I gave him a 6c, and he stopped panting and walked around for 5 minutes after that. But then the breathing issues started back in. So I gave him a 200c. That was the end of that. It’s probably been a month, and he has had only one short episode of panting and coughing since then, which quickly resolved on its own.
The No. 1 Homeopathic Corpse Reviver is made from vegetable charcoal and called Carbo Vegetabilis. It’s available at many health food stores and in the Helios self-care kits, where the Accidents & Emergencies kit has a 200c.
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