My Horse Was Bitten By A Rattlesnake Or Spider
Author: Kendra K.
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Testimonial ID: 8741-OR
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My horse was bitten by what most likely was a rattlesnake or possibly a spider. He had swelling, lethargy, a fever of 105 and was off his feed. He also developed a bunch of white speckles on his nose which is a sure sign of toxins in his system and/or immune overload.
I used Animal Scents on the bite area, along with Purification, and Copaiba. I also gave him Raindrop Technique. I did give him conventional medications to bring his fever down, as well as put him on antibiotics.
I did the oils twice a day, both on the bite and the Raindrop sessions. 24 hours after I started treating him with the oils, he really began to improve. I used a lot of Peppermint to bring his fever down as well. Each 12 hour period is went down by about half a degree.
Three days later it was completely gone, the swelling was drastically down and he was feeling good again.
About two weeks later a huge scab peeled off. It left a strange star shaped scar underneath.
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