On TV a long time ago, i saw a documentary about holistic medicine and there was a segment on homeopathy which reported on a man who became allergy free with homeopathci treatment, he was very happy about this because he lived on a large piece of land wiht lots of flowers and the garden used to make him sick but he loved i, and now he has no problem. They also had a segment on a controlled study of veterinary homeopathy, it was with cattle, in the UK, and they found that the cattle were substantially helped by the homeopathy, and this helped to address the criticism of placebo effect, as animals weren't considered subject to this.Originally Posted by Nicki
Allergy would be something i would definitely try homeopathy for after seeing that documentary.
Amen to pet insurance. As i reported in another thread recently, Petcare quickly paid the first part of my claim for Zack's medical expenses from when he was protrated for three days and got those skin lesions, i submitted a claim for $259 and i got a check in less than a week, minus the $50 yearly deductable--pleasantly surprised and very pleased. I'm waiting to see what they do with the second claim i made which they received after they paid the first one. The vet assured me that if they don't pay it the first time, she will write more and they will pay it. I was worried because all she wrote down was "routine wellness exam."??? That was when he was anything but well and he had a not routine at all $180 blood test and subcutaneous fluids. But when i asked her about this, she said that it's best to write in general terms the first time you submit it because otherwise, the company may exclude things based on a more narrow description that should really be covered, so it's best to wait and let them ask for more if there's more that they need. so, i should hear something from the insurance company soon and will probably have to resubmit more info, but overall, their coverage seems to be as advertised, and very appreciated.