As current board member of the North American Society of Homeopaths, she works to define the role of the professional homeopath as well as to further research and education in homeopathy as director of the NASH Foundation. Her past teaching experience includes being on the faculty at The Los Angeles School of Homeopathy, and supervising the homeopathic clinic at the American University of Complementary Medicine and currently teaches at the Homeopathic Academy of Southern California.
She is also the co-founder, grant writer and chief financial officer of The Learning Garden, an organic medicinal herb garden project in Los Angeles which has become the model for school and community garden projects nationwide. She is also a leader in the Sustainable Medicine project of the Transition Town movement in Los Angeles. She is dedicated to preserving our important medicinal plants and the knowledge by which to use them.
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IN THIS EPISODE:
It only makes sense to use home remedies for dogs and other pets since you know that they do a great job treating your own illnesses. Animals are not all that different from us - and the main thing is that their bodies respond better to natural approaches just like ours do. On this episode of the podcast I’ve asked Julie Mann to help me unpack the things you can do to help your animals live a healthier life.
You’re going to be amazed at some of the stories Julie Mann has to tell about how her homeopathic approach to animal care has turned around serious health conditions for many pets. This episode is not only full of miracle stories but also highlights some very specific treatments you can use for your animals to enable them to enjoy their time with you and live a long life.
Today’s guest is a wealth of knowledge and I asked her to share her top 3 home remedies for dogs and other pets so you can begin to gather the things you need to care for your pets when they have ailments or other conditions. You’ll find Julie Mann’s insights and suggestions very helpful.
You can treat your pet’s ailments yourself in most cases using natural remedies. Julie Mann makes some specific recommendations on this episode of the VidalSPEAKS podcast and gives you simple ways to administer and use the things she recommends. I think you’ll find this episode to be very hopeful AND helpful.
One of the most important things you can do for your animals is to ensure that they are getting the proper diet - which means that commercial foods are not the best way to go. You need to know that your animals are getting a diet that is as close to what they would eat in the wild as possible. Dry foods from big companies are definitely not that. On this episode Julie shares how a simple change in diet changes health issues in a big way most of the time, so be sure you listen.
Outline Of This Great Episode
[2:00] Deborah’s welcome and introduction to this episode.
[2:47] Why Deborah wanted to do an episode about animal care and homeopathy.
[5:13] Who is Julie Mann?
[7:21] How Julie came to treat animals more than people.
[8:22] The approach to treating animals, since you can’t ask questions.
[11:10] How the treatment of animals demonstrates that homeopathy is NOT a placebo effect.
[12:24] The importance of diet and lifestyle for animals.
[14:38] The types of cases Julie sees in her practice.
[15:20] Cancer treatments for animals that work.
[19:16] The treatment of autoimmune diseases in animals.
[21:14] The controversy concerning vaccinations for animals.
[24:20] Flea treatments for dogs and why they are not the best.
[31:56] The most difficult cases Julie has to treat: allergies and skin issues.
[37:24] Treatments for worms that are natural and work for animals.
[40:08] Homeopathy in end of life issues for animals.
[43:00] How human conditions impact animals in the home.
[44:06] Administering remedies to animals.
[45:53] Remedies you should have on the shelf just in case.
[50:20] The miracle stories Julie has experienced.
[53:26] 3 tips for helping your animals live a healthier life.
[56:07] How to connect with Julie Mann.
[58:00] Deborah’s summary to this episode with Julie.