CDS, Injections and Dairy Cows

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17 Aug 2012 18:29 #21401 by drgreen
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Thanks for advice, i will play it exactly as you suggested, it sounds like a good plan. I will ask about his mum but he is on his own in a pen (there are probably 8 more calves right next to him but he cant get to them (even if he could walk) im off to farm to give his next dose. I really hope he is still keen to take more.

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17 Aug 2012 18:36 #21402 by Horsefeathers
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I hope and pray he improves too. Please keep us advised whether good or bad, okay?
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17 Aug 2012 18:58 #21407 by fourfingerz
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Another thought - you could give CDS rectally as well.

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17 Aug 2012 19:17 #21408 by drgreen
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Thanks Horsefeathers, you know I will :) Iv really taken to him, im a big softy anyway but he is so adorable. When I visited this time he didnt seem with it, He'd had a bit of diarrhea so I moved him and cleaned his tale up a little, he seemed very weak and when i put my finger in his mouth he wasn't interested at all, no suckling action and wasn't supporting the weight of his own head. I sat with him and picked bits of dirt from his fur, stroked him and talked to him in a soothing voice, I started to rub and scratch his ears and he pushed against me to do it more. I gently coaxed him into taking some CDS and it wasn't long at all before he was guzzling it down again and really clamping onto my finger in his mouth. He didnt take the whole dose but very close, he drank most of it and then let me know he didnt want anymore. I have left him to rest and will return in two hours. I am really confident inside myself that CDS will help him, I like to think positively about the things I want to happen, I really believe it helps. I will take some photos tomorrow of 'Calvin' and I hope and pray this will be a thread with a very happy ending. He really does deserve it, thankyou so much for the support so far, i have found such a wonderful community here :)

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17 Aug 2012 19:26 #21410 by drgreen
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Fourfingerz, the thought had crossed my mind but I have zero experience with enemas! I will do some research into what is involved as if I can attack the viruses from as many angles as possible we might start to get the upper hand. that would make me feel better about the whole CDS cows stomach thing as well.

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17 Aug 2012 19:37 #21411 by Michael Harrah
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Looks like you guys are not using CDI (injectable) but for future reference and those who are doing that, it turns out I have 2 pages regarding CDI now on my site,

www.michaelharrah.us/Info-Sheets/cdi-how-to-make-it.html how to make it
www.michaelharrah.us/Info-Sheets/cdi-info-sheet.html reports

The key to the CDI is to use isotonic to dilute it and then add a little unactivated MMS to bring the pH up. Andreas says this give a one-two punch to whatever you are attacking. The chlorine dioxide hits it first then the unactivated MMS activates with the acidity at the site, creates more chlorine dioxide thus hitting it again. This should work great on cancer tumors according to what he said on the one video (second video on this page www.michaelharrah.us/Protocol/learn-more-about-the-parasite-protocol-links.html ).

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17 Aug 2012 19:47 #21412 by fourfingerz
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Here's to Calvin !! :cheer:

Your comforting him will help give him the WILL to live - that's just as important as the CDS.

How long has he been sick? How old is he? Did he get his colostrum feeding from his mom? How long since he fed?

I think you should get some milk into him - he's going to run out of energy soon.

And in your spare time - have a life.

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17 Aug 2012 19:54 #21413 by drgreen
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Michael your a star, I have had absolutely amazing advice regarding oral doses of MMS and the little calf, I did however start this thread for exactly what you just mentioned, CDI. It has been through lack of knowledge that I could not address injecting the CDS and you have provided just what I was looking for. The wealth of knowledge available from members of this forum is simply astonishing

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17 Aug 2012 20:08 #21414 by drgreen
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Hey Fourfingerz, I am going to have a good chat about 'Calvin' with the farmer tomorrow. Our paths just havn't crossed with it being such a busy time on the farms around here. I just wanted to mention the welfare at the farm is excellent, no farmer I have met loves and cares for there animals as much as him and his wife. They are lovely people who respect there animals very much. He does blame poor husbandry however for not noticing the calf 'scouring' sooner (i think this is diarrhea but im not sure). Calvin will most definitely have been with his mother from the start and recieved his colostrum. I will find out the answers to the other questions soon as I am unsure of his age or how long he has been ill. Im keen to know his feeding regime myself. He is over the age when the calves are taken from there mothers? I will report back

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