Wednesday, June 29, 2016


It was so nice to get a call from Mary Kelly yesterday 28 Jue 2016 to say get the Irish Farming Independent and read it and tell me if it is ok for me to read it.  Mary with Gerry her husband and their son Derek held an open day on their farm during which they explained, that they integrate holistic medicine to reduce their dependence on conventional drugs, among many other things about how they do their organic farming .  What many people will fail to realize is the courage this has taken in terms of trusting that modalities like homeopathy would work effectively for epidemics such as Rota Virus and Corona Virus with the inclusion of Nosode remedies among many other problems they have dealt with on the farm as does any other farm on a day to day basis from retain placenta to injuries and mastitis without the use of antibiotics and anti-inflammatories and like all farmers they work 7 days a week  365 days a year,something many of us do not truly appreciate and in Mary's case that is on top of having studies to be a homeopath for the last few years!

The Kelly Family have not only manged to integrate a low or no residue approach into their farm successfully, but in doing so have actually managed to reduce the overall animal death rate phenomenally!  They are an example as to why the current possible move to dilute the regulations by raising residue limits, so that more drugs rather than less may be used on farms to speed up the number of farms available to "Organic status" .. As someone who in the past had a period of severe chemical sensitivity I take my hat off to what Gerry Mary and Derek have achieved, but even better is to know from helping other organic farmers that they are not alone.  Local to me there is a wonderful Organic Farm run by John and Sarah Devoy, who have had to expand, as they could not keep up with demand for their organic and truly free range eggs.  It is lovely to see animals having a chance at a life as the Organic Standards in Ireland currently promote a method of farming which is much less intensive and so less stressing for the animals kept there.

A little word on Nosode Remedies.  These are homeopathics made from diseased material such the discharges from infection containing bacteria, viruses, protozoa etc. and diluted to the point that none of the original material remains so that they are completely free of all contamination unlike vaccines which currently all have adjuvants and many other materials to make them work.  I have lots of experience of seeing these ultradilute remedies work and have relied on them to protect my pets for years despite them living at a surgery where they were inevitably going to be exposed to highly infectious disease.  A study in Cuba some years ago went some way to demonstrating how effective correctly used Nosodes can be.  I wonder how long people would have had to wait for a Homeopathic Nosode if it wasn't so poorly turned in to profit.. Trials would only be for efficacy no one would have to worry about side effects, environmental contamination etc.  Linke to Cuba study below



Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease of major importance in the tropics where the incidence peaks in rainy seasons. Natural disasters represent a big challenge to Leptospirosis prevention strategies especially in endemic regions. Vaccination is an effective option but of reduced effectiveness in emergency situations. Homeoprophylactic interventions might help to control epidemics by using highly-diluted pathogens to induce protection in a short time scale. We report the results of a very large-scale homeoprophylaxis (HP) intervention against Leptospirosis in a dangerous epidemic situation in three provinces of Cuba in 2007.


Forecast models were used to estimate possible trends of disease incidence. A homeoprophylactic formulation was prepared from dilutions of four circulating strains of Leptospirosis. This formulation was administered orally to 2.3 million persons at high risk in an epidemic in a region affected by natural disasters. The data from surveillance were used to measure the impact of the intervention by comparing with historical trends and non-intervention regions.


After the homeoprophylactic intervention a significant decrease of the disease incidence was observed in the intervention regions. No such modifications were observed in non-intervention regions. In the intervention region the incidence of Leptospirosis fell below the historic median. This observation was independent of rainfall.


The homeoprophylactic approach was associated with a large reduction of disease incidence and control of the epidemic. The results suggest the use of HP as a feasible tool for epidemic control, further research is warranted.
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