If your birds are not performing as they should.
We have the Super Immune Booster remedy to HELP.
All pigeons from the racing bird and the breeder to the young stock need assistance in building up their immune systems against the many infectious organisms that they meet on a daily basis. Eco-Immune can greatly assist in protecting them
Super Immune Booster may be added to the drinking water three times weekly and more often in the face of infection.
What are the main purposes of this remedy
- an ingredient that would increase the oxygenation of the blood which in effect will assist in better endurance, and less fatigue due to the greater availability of oxygen to the muscles.
- Immune system stimulation. Of particular help where the problem is chronic or deep-seated. Widespread application and total support.
- Repairing against the “Young Bird sickness” and the “Super Bug”
- It stimulates the respiratory centers and increases the oxygen in the blood.
- upper respiratory infections such as tonsillitis and pharyngitis, and is also valuable in treating infections of the chest, gastro-intestinal tract and skin.
- Ferrum metallicum – Iron
- mood, immunity, and cognition; testosterone, and exercise.
- Sulphur is a naturally occurring element that supports more efficient use of the Earth’s resources
- Acts on skin, blood, gastro-intestinal tract, kidneys, and brain
NOTE: This remedy is specially developed for us by a group of Vets. There is no immune booster like this one.
The digitalis of the lungs (Hale). Removes temporary obstruction to the oxidation of the blood by stimulating respiratory centers, increasing oxidation and excretion of carbonic acid. Pulmonary stenosis. Thrombosis of pulmonary artery. Uremic dyspnea. An effective remedy in many cases of asthma. It stimulates the respiratory centers and increases the oxygen in the blood. “Want of breath” during exertion is the guiding symptom. Cardiac asthma.
Wild indigo was a favourite medicine of the N. American Indians, a decoction of the roots being used as an antiseptic wash for wounds and skin complaints. Modern research has shown that this acrid bitter herb stimulates the immune system and is particularly effective against bacterial infections. Caution is advised in the internal use of this plant, large or frequent doses are potentially harmful. A tea made from the roots is cholagogue, emetic, febrifuge and purgative. The fresh root is also considered to be antiseptic, astringent and laxative. The infusion is used in the treatment of upper respiratory infections such as tonsillitis and pharyngitis, and is also valuable in treating infections of the chest, gastro-intestinal tract and skin.The plants antimicrobial and immune-stimulant properties combat lymphatic problems, when used with detoxifying herbs such as Arctium lappa it helps to reduce enlarged lymph nodes. Wild indigo is frequently prescribed, along with Echinacea, in the treatment of chronic viral infections or chronic fatigue syndrome. A decoction of the root soothes sore or infected nipples and infected skin conditions. When used as a mouth wash or gargle the decoction treats mouth ulcers, gum infections and sore throats. The fresh root, including the bark, is used to make a homeopathic medicine. This has a limited range of action, but is used especially in the treatment of certain types of flu.
Echinacea has been used for virus infections such as the common cold and flu. It is used to strengthen the immune system. It has also been used for returning vaginal fungal infections (“yeast infections”) along with antifungal products applied to the vaginal area.
The remedy comes from the Peruvian bark cinchona, which was used in the treatment of malaria in Hahnemann’s time. It was named in 1742 by the Swedish botanist, physician and zoologist Carolus Linnaeus after the Countess of Chinchon, the wife of a Spanish envoy who was reputed to have been cured of malaria in about 1640.
Common Name(s): Siberian ginseng , Devil’s shrub , eleuthero , shigoka , touch-me-not , wild pepper , Kan Jang
Eleutherococcus is similar to common ginseng in its properties and alleged effects; however, documentation is limited. Extracts of the root have been used for a wide variety of therapeutic purposes and are said to have an adaptogenic effect. It exhibits cardiovascular as well as mood- and energy-enhancing effects.
Ferrum metallicum – Iron
Best adapted to young weakly persons, anćmic and chlorotic, with pseudo-plethora, who flush easily; cold extremities; over-sensitiveness; worse after any active effort. Weakness from mere speaking or walking tough looking strong. Pallor of skin, mucous membranes, face, alternating with flushes. Orgasms of blood to face, chest, head, lungs, etc. The irregular distribution of blood. Pseudo-plethora. Muscles flabby and relaxed.
Natrum muriaticum (Nat-m.) is prepared from common table salt, yet, in potency, treats a large range of acute and chronic problems. Physical symptoms include dryness and cracking of skin, eczema, psoriasis, herpetic eruptions, constipation, headaches, backpain, and more. Complaints often follow grief, heartache, and disappointment. Those needing Nat-m can appear hard or closed, dislike lengthy conversation and prefer to be alone. They are sensitive and easily hurt but avoid talking about their problems and don’t like being comforted or consoled.
Panax Ginseng is commonly referred to as the ‘True Ginseng’ (being the most researched ‘Ginseng’ actually belonging to the plant family of ‘Ginseng’) and appears to be effective for mood, immunity, and cognition; testosterone, and exercise.
Sulphur is a naturally occurring element that supports more efficient use of the Earth’s resources. It is a critical plant nutrient in agriculture, a key ingredient in sustainable urban development, and an essential input in efforts to slow the loss of productive farm land due to soil degradation.
Acts on skin, blood, gastro-intestinal tract, kidneys, and brain. Its relation to the production of pathological vegetations condylomate, warty excrescences, spongy tumors is very important. Moist mucous tubercles. Bleeding fungus growths. Nævus. Excess of venosity.