AN037(B) - Babesiosis - Babesia a parasitic infection that affects blood, liver and kidney causing (IMHA Immune-meditated hemolytic anemia or thrombocytopenia or hemoglobinuria, icterus, pallor, splenomegaly,or lymphadenopathy and fever.)

Holistic Animal Remedies (HAMPL)

AN037 (B)

  • Babesiosis infection in pets.
  • Hemolytic Anemia in pets.
  • For all species and ages.
  • Acute or chronic liver inflammation.
Set of 3  37(B)
1. HAMPL Hepatitis 37-1(A)(B)  50ml 
2. HAMPL Babesia Herbs 37-2(B)  50ml
3. HAMPL IMHA Anemia 37-3(B)  100ml


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    Babesia Infection - in all species.

    Babesiosis is the disease state caused by the protozoal (single-celled) parasites of the genus Babesia. 
    Piroplasms infect and replicate in the red blood cells, resulting in both direct and immune-mediated hemolytic anemia, where the red blood cells (RBCs) are broken down through hemolysis (destruction) and hemoglobin is released into the body.  This release of hemoglobin can lead to jaundice, and to anemia when the body cannot produce enough new red blood cells to replace the ones being destroyed.   Immune-mediated hemolytic anemia is likely to be more clinically important than parasite-induced RBC destruction since the severity of the condition does not depend on the degree of parasitemia.

    Babesiosis can cause severe, life-threatening signs in some dogs, while others show no outward signs of disease. Common findings in affected dogs include hemolytic anemia, thrombocytopenia, hemoglobinuria, icterus, pallor, splenomegaly, lymphadenopathy, and fever.   Clinical signs resemble those associated with immune-mediated hemolytic anemia, immune-mediated thrombocytopenia or other tick-borne diseases. It is important to identify the correct diagnosis, as early recognition and appropriate treatment are important for reducing associated morbidity and mortality.

    Symptoms that develop in humans and pets: flu-like symptoms, such as fever, chills, sweats, headache, body aches, loss of appetite, nausea, or fatigue. Because Babesia parasites infect red blood cells, babesiosis can cause hemolytic anemia (from the destruction of red blood cells).

    Note:  if there is fever, request the HAMPL Fever & Inflammation 38-6 30ml drops   

     

    Babesia gibsoni, and needing extra support use in conjunction with:
    HAMPL DuraAid 22-2 50ml
     drops   (if needed a diuretic for ascites anywhere in the body)  

    HAMPL RenoAid 19-1 50ml drops  (if kidneys are being affected)
    HAMPL Congestive Heart 22-1 50ml drops

     

    Has your pet got "Hemolytic Anemia"?  
    For Babesia that has caused (IMHA) Immune-mediated hemolytic anemia or thrombocytopenia or hemoglobinuria, icterus, pallor, splenomegaly, or lymphadenopathy and fever., use the formula AN038 Anemia Set of 5 treatments.


    Babesia gibsoni and is normally transmitted by ticks and affects the blood and liver (Hepatitis - enlarged liver) and kidney issues. 
    Babesiosis is a malaria-like parasitic disease caused by infection with Babesia, a genus of ... Babesia species are in the Phylum Apicomplexa, which also has the Protozoan parasites that cause Malaria, Toxoplasmosis, and Cryptosporidiosis.  Babesiosis is caused by intraerythrocytic protozoan parasites of the genus Babesia

    Transmitted by ticks, babesiosis affects a wide range of domestic and wild animals and occasionally people. Although the major economic impact of babesiosis is in the cattle industry, infections in other domestic animals, including horses, sheep, goats, pigs, and dogs, assume varying degrees of importance throughout the world.

    OTHER IMPORTANT BABESIA OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS

    More than 100 species of Babesia have been isolated from domestic animals and wildlife. The following are indicative of those affecting domestic animals, but the list is far from complete.

    B divergens and B major are two temperate-zone species with features comparable to those of B bovisand B bigemina, respectively. B divergens is a small, pathogenic Babesia of considerable importance in the British Isles and northwest Europe, whereas B major is a large Babesia of lower pathogenicity. B divergens is transmitted by Ixodes ricinus, and B major by Haemaphysalis punctata.

    Equine babesiosis is caused by Theileria (formerly Babesia) equi or B caballi. T equi is a small parasite and is more pathogenic than B caballi. T equi was reclassified as a Theileria in 1998. Equine babesiosis is found in Africa, Europe, Asia, South and Central America, and the southern USA. It is transmitted by ticks of the genera Rhipicephalus, Dermacentor, and Hyalomma. Intrauterine infection, particularly with T equi, is also relatively common.

    Although small ruminants can be infected by several species of Babesia, the two most important species are B ovis and B motasi, transmitted by Rhipicephalus bursa and Haemaphysalis spp, respectively. Infection is of importance in the Middle East, southern Europe, and some African and Asian countries.

    B trautmanni has been recorded as causing severe disease in pigs. This parasite has been reported from Europe and Africa. Another species, B perroncitoi, is of similar pathogenicity but apparently has a limited distribution in the areas mentioned above. The vectors of these Babesia have not been clarified, although Rhipicephalus spp has been shown to transmit B trautmanni.

    Babesia species have been reported in dogs from most regions. These include B canis, B vogeli, and B rossi. B canis is transmitted by Dermacentor reticularis in Europe, B vogeli by Rhipicephalus sanguineusin tropical and subtropical countries, and B rossi by Haemaphysalis leachi in South Africa.

    Consequences of Babesia infection vary from a mild, transient illness to an acute disease that rapidly results in death.

    B gibsoni is the other important Babesia of dogs and is a much smaller parasite. It has a more limited distribution and characteristically causes a chronic disease with progressive, severe anemia that is not readily treated with normal babesiacides.

    Illness of varying severity due to B felis in domestic cats has mostly been reported in southern Africa.
    Sporadic cases associated with other Babesia species have been reported elsewhere.
    An unusual feature of B felis is its lack of response to the normal babesiacides. However, primaquine phosphate (0.5 mg/kg, IM, twice with a 24-hr interval) is reported to be effective.


    For Humans in treating Babesia  
    Sida Acuta with Sweet Annie herbal tincture  -   1/4 Teaspoon (40 drops)  3  x per day for 1 month.
    Cryptolepis herbal tincture -  1/4 Teaspoon (40 drops)   3 x per day for 3 weeks.


  • Non-Drug Prescription - 
    Set of 2 - for all species  (AN037-B)

    1.   HAMPL Hepatitis 37-1  50ml 
    Contains homeopathic, nosode, sarcode complex: Liver, Spleen, Pancreas, Lymph sarcodes, Hepatitis A virus nosode 6C, Lycopodium CM, Cholesterinum MM, Serum Ang 10M, Nat Hyp MM, Collinsonia Canadensis 10M, Nux Vomica 30X, MM, Phosphorus (acute hepatitis), Podophyllum, Chelidonium Majus, Flor Di Piedro (chemical detox), Crotalus Hor, Kalium Chloricum (hepatitis, kidneys, septicemia) with Liver Bile nosode tonic, Organ sarcode Liver Gallbladder tonic 6C, 30C, HAMPL LiverDetox 36 formula, HAMPL Fever & Inflammation formula, with Babesiosis(a protozoal parasitic infection) this formula has the HAMPL Infection Clear 70 formula which has the "Babesia gibsoni nosode, Babesia microti nosode 30X (blood parasite) as a prevention and detox.
    ~  Acute enlarged liver conditions. Protection or chronic or once the condition has improved, can either stop or continue with casual dosing, can stir in a dose to the filtered water bowl, (or add to farm trough once a week) every time you change it a few times a week. Fine if other animals share water. Alternatively, add a dose to daily meals.

    2.  HAMPL Babesia Herbs 50ml       * on request we can supply 100ml or 200ml for Kennels, Rescue organizations.
    Contains herbal extract: Lemon Balm, Dandelion Root, Chinese Wormwood (artemisinin), Cryptolepis.Sida Cordifolia,

    Herbal Medicinal Uses
    Lemon Balm herb - kills cofactors of other illness caused viruses including the bacteria Streptococcus, E.Coli, Bartonella, Babesia, Mycoplasma Pneumoniae, and Chlamydophila Pneumoniae, plus Fungus Candida. This reduces the strain on the Immune System. 
    Dandelion Root-
      
    The health benefits of dandelion include relief from liver disorders, diabetes, urinary disorders, acne, jaundice, cancer, and anemia 
    E.g Jaundice: Jaundice is primarily a disorder of the liver in which the organ starts overproducing bile, which ultimately enters the bloodstream and wreaks havoc on the body’s metabolism. The excess bile is also reflected through color of the skin, and eyes, which typically develop a yellow tint. The treatment of jaundice includes three main steps. First, you need to curb the production of bile. Second, you must remove the excess bile from the body, and third, you have to fight the underlying viral infection.
    Sweet Annie-Chinese wormwood (artemisia annus) Also known as - Artemisinin
    .  
    For a parasitic disease of the blood and liver.  Primarily a antimalarial, the artemisinin that can be extracted from Artemisia annua has been found by numerous studies to be effective against a wide range of viruses, the fungus pneumocystis jiroveci, the parasitic protozoa Toxoplasma gondii, cancer cell lines, and other parasitic infections, such as schistosomiasis, leishmaniasis, Chagas disease, and African sleeping sickness. So great to use for Lung infection - pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP) that is caused by a fungus. This herb is also often used for Malaria and Lymesia Lyme infections, Leisgmaniasis (a parasite fighting herb, by itself it has been found effective at killing most of the leishmaniasis protozoan.
    Cryptolepis herb -  
    anti-malaria, which also includes antimicrobial, antimuscarinic, vasodilating, noradrenergic, antithrombotic, anti-inflammatory, and hypoglycemic activities.

    Sida Cordifolia herb - 
     is used to treat Babesia infection, bronchial asthmatuberculosiscoldsfluswine flu, chills, lack of perspiration, headaches, nasal congestion, cough and wheezing, urinary infections, sore mouth, and fluid retention. It is also used for heart diseasestroke, facial paralysis, tissue pain and swelling (inflammation), sciatic nerve pain, insanity, nerve pain, nerve inflammation, ongoing achy joints (chronic rheumatism), and unwanted weight loss.


    Babesia gibsoni,
     and needing extra support use in conjunction with:

    HAMPL DuraAid 22-2 50ml
     drops   (if needed a diuretic for ascites anywhere in the body)  
    HAMPL RenoAid 19-1 50ml drops  (if kidneys are being affected)

    Babesia - IMHA anemia
    For Babesia that has caused (IMHA) Immune-mediated hemolytic anemia or thrombocytopenia or hemoglobinuria, icterus, pallor, splenomegaly, or lymphadenopathy and fever., use the formula AN038 Anemia Set of 5 treatments.

     

  •  General Dosing and Instructions Guide

    For all species, size, and ages.

     

    HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES

    (a) “HOMEOPATHICS”are sold in either a clear liquid or tiny white pills or granules – both have no odour or taste)

Easy “application dosing” for all species:

    • Homeopathic DROPS (clear liquid) DRIP or APPLY 3 to 4 drops, pat into fur/skin with bottom of bottle. i.e. back of shoulder blades (not orally) which is regarded as one dose for all size species and ages. Note: Liquid homeopathics are more suited for feline, toy dog, fish, birds and other small species
    • Homeopathic PILLS (white pills) crush a pill (or whole) and add to gum/pouch of mouth to dissolve in saliva. Does not need to swallow it.
    • Homeopathic GRANULES (white grain) and a small light sprinkle or a pinch to meals, or stir into water trough or bowl.
      Casual repeat dosing can add to water bowl or feed dish or water trough for wildlife or farm animals.

    Refer to Bottle Label for suggested frequencies repeat dosing needed per day.
    NOTE: 
 the rule is one must “repeat a dose” more frequently with less time in between each application dose, which is more important than the amount given each time. Repeat application will provide 

faster action.

     

    HERBAL MEDICINES

    (b) “HERBAL MEDICINES ” (brown liquid – strong odour & tasting) 
”Application dosing” for all species and sizes: 
Canine, equine, cow, sheep, goat : add herbal drops (as recommended on bottle label) to some (unsweetened apple sauce or apple juice) for canines and oral syringe side of mouth. Can add other vitamins (crushed) Alkaline green powders etc. to mix.

    Refer to Bottle Label for amount of drops per species size. e.g 60 drops = 1 teaspoon

    What I do for example: If I was needing to give herb treatments and/or vitamin supplements to feline or toy dog or other small animals – I add this herbal formula to a small bowl add some boiled water (about a teaspoon) to it so to dissolve the alcohol in it, let cool, then add what vitamins If needed (powder or crushed tab – a pinch) mixed in another 50ml of water, and oral syringe once a day or twice a day …smear on a little “vegemite paste” (if cannot get Vegemite in your country, try fresh pate or slippery elm powder added can help mask the taste) around and on tip of oral syringe, as felines seem to real like the taste of this paste, but not too much as it is quite a strong taste)

     

    NUTRITION

    (c)“NUTRITIONAL Mix 
Giving vitamins and supplements (tablets or powders) Note: always crush tablet before adding to food or liquid mix.
Felines or small animals: make up 1 cup of mixture, adding approx. a pinch of some type of Green powder (alkaline powder) or Chlorella powder (cleansing of toxins) or 1/4 Teaspoons of Slippery elm powder (to mask the taste) with 1 teaspoon of herbs if you are having to also give herbal medicines (i.e. brown liquid) 
Med to large animals: add twice to three times the amount.

    DOSING: Feline or small animal: using an oral syringe draw up 1ml and gently small sips. Or add a teaspoon to meals if they don’t mind eating it with meals (mix well into food) Do not put in Fridge. Room temp is best as too cold is dislike by felines.
    DOSING: Canine, equine, cow, sheep, goat: try mixing well into food and hand piece before feeding main meals. Or dose same as suggested for felines, but add three times as much herbal medicines and vitamins to 1/2 cup of water or (unsweetened) apple sauce or apple juice.

    What I do for example: If i was needing to give herb treatments and/or vitamin supplements to feline or toy dog or other small animals – I add this herbal formula to 1/2 cup of boiled hot water to it so to dissolve the alcohol in it, let cool, then add what vitamins If needed (powder or crushed tab – a pinch) mixed in another 50ml of water, and oral syringe once a day or twice a day …. smear on a little “vegemite paste” (if cannot get Vegemite in your country, try fresh pate or slippery elm powder added can help mask the taste) around and on tip of oral syringe, as felines seem to real like the taste of this paste, but not too much as it is quite a strong taste)

    Slippery Elm Powder 
If needing to add or use Slippery Elm powder

    FOR CONDITIONS like …. diarrhea, stomach ulcers, or sore inflamed mouth or mouth ulcers, constipation, or IBS (i.e. colitis), plus it can also been given as a liquid meal given orally via syringe as it is highly nutritional (oral liquid feeding) for convalescing during illness when not eating solids.

    CONVALESCING ..can been given as a liquid meal given orally via syringe as it is highly nutritional (oral liquid feeding) for convalescing during illness when not eating solids or not eating very well.
~ Add a small amount of powder to the mix to enough to make a runny liquid mix, if you put too much of the powder it will become thick and gluggy, if this happens you will need to add more liquid to it. Can add crushed vitamins and herbal medicines to this as well. OPTIONS: Oral dose in syringe or add to meals three times a day or more to maintain normal health again, then can stop or reduce frequencies.

     

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