Q1. Is there a remedy that can help prevent and/or treat lumpy skin disease, which is affecting thousands of cattle in India, Africa and some other countries?
A. Lumpy skin disease is a contagious viral disease affecting cattle with symptoms like high fever, reduced milk production, skin nodules, loss of appetite, increased nasal and lacrimal discharge and ulcers in eyes and spreads mainly through mosquitoes, flies, lice, and wasps. It is not known to transmit from cattle to humans. We recommend the following remedies for prevention and cure:
For those having SRHVP: SR271 Arnica 6X + SR272 Arsen Alb 200C
For those with only 108CC box: CC1.1 Animal tonic + CC4.1 Digestion tonic + CC7.1 Eye tonic + CC9.2 Infections acute + CC19.5 Sinusitis + CC21.3 Skin allergies. If symptoms other than those mentioned above are noticed then appropriate combos from the 108CC box should also be added. Put remedy in the animal’s drinking water.
Q2: I feel drawn to a topic on which our organisation should conduct research, as this would help in the growth of vibrionics. How do I go about it?
A. Anyone wanting to conduct systematic research is required to submit to [email protected] a proposal consisting of the title of research, a synopsis outlining the aims & objectives of the proposal and the methodology if applicable. Once the proposal is approved, a member of the research team will work with you to take it forward.
Q3: With the easing of Covid protocol restrictions, I want to conduct a Vibrionics Camp in a village near my house. Are there any prerequisites for the successful conduct of the camp?
A: The venue of the camp should be easily accessible to the general public and perhaps a placard/notice should be displayed at or near the site. Advance notification about the camp should be circulated among the local residents. This could even be by word of mouth. The site should preferably be enclosed with suitable roofing having adequate ventilation and space for requisite basic furniture. If possible, a separate waiting area can be provided for patients. A set of printed precautions and a pad for patients’ records will be handy. It is best to carry extra supplies of bottles and pills for emergency. Bottles with pills already filled in them can be prepared in advance to save time at the site. Your coordinator should always be advised of any proposed camp activities; he may also provide further guidance.
Q4. Can you suggest a remedy for protection against radiation from 5G mobile towers?
A. To minimise the adverse effects of 5G radiation, give the following BD, on waking and at bedtime:
CC2.1 Cancers – all + CC10.1 Emergencies + CC13.1 Kidney & Bladder tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC17.2 Cleansing + CC18.1 Brain disabilities OR
NM12 Combination-12 + NM45 Atomic Radiation + NM75 Debility + BR3 Depression + BR11 Kidney + SM1 Removal of Entities + SM5 Peace & Love Alignment + SM14 Chemical Poison + SR310 Radium + SR318 Thuja 200C + SR324 X-ray 30C + SR342 Antim Crud + SR458 Brain Whole + SR463 Cranial Nerves + SR532 Sympathetic Nervous System + SR548 Colocynthis
Q5. I have inadvertently contaminated one of my 108CC bottles. Will rinsing it in pure alcohol clear the contamination?
A. We suggest that you wash the bottle and all its parts in hand-hot water and dry them thoroughly. There should be no trace of water, taking special care of the dropper parts. You may further rinse the bottle in alcohol. This would clear both physical and vibrational contamination.