I do a lot of energy healing work with animals. I've started incorporating crystals into this and am seeing really positive results. My own dog has Leishmaniasis, and I successfully improved her kidney function through the use of crystals (mainly bloodstone, jade and nephrite) prior to treating her with the conventional medicine to reduce the number of protozoan parasites living in the bone marrow. She only managed 3 out of the 4 week course of Milteforan, due to constant vomitting and self-starvation. I actually thought I would lose her altogether if I didn't take her off it, as she seemed to be losing the will to live. I gave her elixir of malachite, peridot and gold to detox her after the medication course, but I'd now like to start crystal treatment to try and eliminate the parasite altogether. She is on 1 Allopurinal a day to stop it from proliferating, and she'll have to take this for the rest of her life (she's only about 2 yrs old) if I can't get rid of the parasite. Which crystals would you recommend if taken as an elixir in her drinking water, and for how long?
I must share the standard disclaimer that I am not a doctor and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals for healing should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.
There are two stones that have been shown to be effective against parasite. The first is Rutilated Quartz and the second is Serpentine or Infinite stone. Both can be put in water to make an elixir, so you should have some good luck, I would also put a couple pieces on her collar. This will give her a continuous treatment and exposure to the crystal vibration. It could take several months to clear with the crystals.
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