Leishmaniasis Homeopathic treatment

Homeopathic treatment
with use of table salt

Gino Carbonaro
Translation in English by 

Douglas Ponton

What is Leishmaniasis?

Leishmaniasis is a disease transmitted by an insect (Phlebotomus sandflies) which emits a protozan (an egg that reproduces by schizogenesis) into a vein. The sandfly insect, belonging to the family of tripanosomidi (the same family as the tsetse fly that causes sleeping sickness), affects canines, rodents and humans. Persons suffering from leishmaniasis and untreated are likely to die (in a bloodbath).

Treatment by allopathic medicine
Currently, the active ingredient used for the treatment of leishmaniasis is the N-methylglucamine antimonate, via subcutaneous or endomuscular injection, with a treatment cycle of 15 days, repeated three times (at least), as consolidation treatment, after a pause of 15 days. In fact, the cure, painful for the dog (and expensive) lasts for three months. Unfortunately for the dog owner, you need to contact your vet (daily for 45 days!). The product marketed for the treatment of leishmaniasis is the Glucantim of Rhone-Poulenc, now Merial, France in Toulouse, which states, in the 1997 package instructions:
Composition: Each vial contains N-methylglucamine antimoniate. Other ingredients: Potassium Metabisulphite, Sodium sulphite, water for injections.In 2010, the leaflet was amended as follows:

Composition: antimoniate of N-methylglucamine. Excipients: sodium sulphite, potassium anhydrosulphite, w.f.i.

Some reflections. Between the package instructions of 1997 and those of 2010, nothing has changed. In fact, the expensive and mysterious substances injected into the dog are just "simple" salts.

Homeopathic treatment 
of leishmaniasis and kitchen salt.

During preparation of the disease "personally" prepare food for the sick dog. You can boil rice, but also chicken feet, heads and carcasses (found in supermarkets). All with the addition of salt, as for humans.

The amount of salt depends on the weight of the dog and the advancement of the disease. If the dog is very sick, give it milk to drink, in which salt has been dissolved (one or more teaspoons) and sugar. The salted milk can be given the dog to drink several times during the day.

In the meantime, if you live in the countryside, disinfect the area, because the bug can continue to strike. Remember that diesel is a strong repellent for insects, mosquitoes and ticks.

"Homeopathic" cure (Free of charge!) Saves the dog, and will therefore also prevent future illness.

Why salt?Salt makes the blood of the dog (and humans) unfit for breeding / multiplication of the inoculated protozoan (schizogenesis). Quinine, which until recently was used for the treatment of malaria, is a vegetable "salt" (see Wikipedia,"salt of quinine").

The Tse-tse fly (trypanosoma gambiense) makes victims of sleeping sickness in the heart of Africa, especially where no use is made of salt.

The people who love salty foods (meats, etc.) may be immune to leishmaniasis. At risk for malaria and leishmaniasis are anorexics.

Many years ago, the Leishmania struck my three German shepherd dogs. The costs of Glucantim care, for three dogs, could not be sustained. I knew the dogs would die, but infected as they were, they represented a danger for us. My sister, a doctor, urged me to remove them, my vet said he was ready to put them to sleep. But my children and I could not follow this advice. The animals were part of us. That's when someone came to our aid. I cooked food for the dogs (hard bread, softened in broth of chicken (legs, heads, carcasses). By chance I found a lot of salt in the garage. I had bought it for who knows what reason. I started using it in the food, as for humans.  This was when I saw the disease in remission, with  blood coming out of the tips of the ears, stagnated. I did not understand the cause-effect relationship between the use of salt and stagnation of the disease. However, when I forgot to put the salt in the food, the blood returned everywhere on the body of the dogs. I thought of reading the Glucantim instruction leaflet and learned that the injections contained sodium chloride (salt!), sodium thiosulphate (salt!), and potassium metabisulphite (salt!). I cried "Eureka!" Convinced that God had enlightened me not to kill my dogs, my children and my wife took me seriously. Fact. But I still fight this insidious disease with the salt, that I do not spare in food in the dogs. Some say it’s bad for them. It might be. But, the N-methylglucamine antimoniate?

Gino Carbonaro                                                                          
                                                                             Translation in English by 
                                                                                  Douglas Ponton

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