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My son has a show steer that has foundered. Would it be safe to use Arthro-IonX on him. Is there a withdrawl period? The steer will go to slaughter August 10th.

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July 11, 2014 at 3:30 PM



Dear Linda,

You should have received an email already concerning the use of ARTHRO-IONX. Following is an explanation about homeopathic preparations. ARTHRO-IONX is made into the 10X, 20X, 30X potencies. In homeopathy a 10X potency is one in which the tincture has been diluted 1 to 9 parts, and then one part of that mixture is diluted again 1 to 9, and so on until this is done 10 times until it becomes a 10X. The energy signature of the original substance is carried in the liquid but very few molecules of the original substance remains in the liquid and by the time you get to a 24X dilution there are no more molecules of the tincture left, just the energy instruction.

With each dilution the activity becomes more focused somewhat like a laser compared to a flashlight. 10X,20X,30X are considered low to moderate potencies. The different potencies act slightly differently in the body so it is common for preparations to contain several. The remedies were chosen based upon their ability to modify the symptoms and stimulate internal modifications that lead to healing. Having it in homeopathic form makes it safer than most prescription drugs that need to be under the supervision of a doctor. Though homeopathy isn't used as much in the United States, over half of veterinarians in Europe use homeopathy alongside conventional therapy. It can offer some help in cases where more options are needed.

I hope you will find the above explanation satisfying and if you have any further questions please contact us again.

Best wishes,

Dr. Char

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
July 12, 2014 at 8:18 AM
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