Dear Fellow Rabbit Lover,
So your precious rabbit has been sick for months and months or possibly even years. There is no way you are willing to give up on your rabbit. You have tried all the drugs the Vet has prescribed. Your rabbit is fed up with you stuffing chemicals down its throat and might even be to the point of not eating anything you are giving because he/she no longer trusts you. Now what are you going to do? Let your rabbit die? Never!
Your rabbit might have been diagnosed with diabetes, arthritis, auto-immune dysfunction, chronic wasting disease, this disease, that disease and the list goes on and on. You are at your wits end. Your rabbit is sick of being sick. You are sick because you are trying everything and your rabbit is getting even sicker. Your Vet wants to put your precious furry friend down. Now where do you turn?
Relax, you have just found the most important site on the internet to help you help bring your little companion back to health, vitality and happiness. If you took the effort to research and seek us out, you are our kind of person. One who cares so much for the welfare of their rabbit, that they will do whatever it takes to bring their rabbit back to health in spite of all the "expert help" you both have been given.
Guess what? It doesn't take nearly as much as you might think. It takes:
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO
First, you need to bring your rabbit's immune system that has been so severely suppressed back up and into good working condition. A strong immune system is the cornerstone of health.
Second, you need to rebuild all the flora that has been killed in your rabbit's gut and the rest of its body from antibiotic use and from stress.
Third, you need to clean up your rabbit's contaminated blood that has been circulating within its veins for months or years causing these constant health conditions.
Fourth, you need to provide home-cooked, fresh wholesome food for your rabbit.
Step One--The Immune System
After weeks and months of toxic drugs and other chemicals being given to your rabbit, its little immune system is severely suppressed. Is it possible to rebuild the immune system? Absolutely it is possible. You may have heard of the herb Echinacea which has been used for hundreds of years in North America to boost the immune system. We use this and others that have been shown to boost the immune system.
The medicinal qualities of herbs such as Echinacea, Poke Root along with a host of others from North America have been extracted from the plants in the form of a liquid tincture. This herbal remedy tincture with the synergy of the specifically Rabbit formulated herbs has been shown to aid rabbit's with serious health conditions in a relatively short period of time.
What you do is to give your rabbit these herbs--usually five to seven drops at a time--either directly in your rabbit's mouth or mixed in its food a minimum of three to six times daily for as long as it takes to bring your rabbit back to health and then some just to make sure. But, you say, "my rabbit is such a picky eater now because of all the drugs that I had to put down it, that I really can't seem to get anything into its mouth anymore". We have had many customers tell us that in the beginning this is exactly how their rabbit reacted. However, within a day or two, their rabbit actually cooperated because it seemed to know that the herbs were helping it.
Step Two--The Essential Flora
Your rabbit has probably had every antibiotic the Vets know about given to it. This in and of itself has killed all the flora in your rabbit's body. Your rabbit now has what is known as a "sterile gut". This means there is no bacteria in your rabbit's gut. In addition to suppressing the immune system, these antibiotics have caused your rabbit to become malnourished because without essential pathogenic and good bacteria, a rabbit cannot digest and absorb its food, no matter how much it tries to eat.
When a rabbit is malnourished, the immune system also becomes impaired. If this discussion is new to you, you are now are beginning to see how all the parts of the body interrelate to one another. How essential wholesome nutrition is and how important it is to be able to absorb that nutrition. If the bacteria in the body has been destroyed, it does not matter how good or how much your rabbit's nutrition is, it cannot absorb that nutrition.
In order to restore and balance the bacteria that is missing in your rabbit's body and get its intestines absorbing its food, you need to add in billions and billions of colony forming units of good bacteria. Lots of people say, "yes I always give my rabbit yogurt whenever it has antibiotics". Yogurts do not contain nearly enough to good bacteria to even begin to restore what has been killed. If you want your rabbit back to health, then you must restore the gut with billions of good bacteria, not hundreds of thousands or even millions, but billions.
This is such an easy, inexpensive step, it makes us sick to see all the suffering that is happening in our pet population because of ignorance and arrogance on the part of the practitioners that push these toxic antibiotic drugs. In fact, most countries outside of the U.S. do not give antibiotics to their pets at all. They give them probiotics to get rid of bacteria problems. Probiotics flood the body with good bacteria and leave the gut 100% loaded with positive bacteria. These probiotics will then push the pathogenic bacteria OUT of the body via the feces and urine in a matter of days. Shortly thereafter the body becomes flora balanced as the pathogenic and the good bacteria balance one another out as nature has done forever.
We have a more fully detailed discussion on the importance of bacteria in your rabbit's body on this site entitled Bacterial Problems. CLICK HERE to read this discussion.
STEP THREE--CLEANING YOUR RABBIT'S INTERNAL BODY
Since the day your rabbit was born, it's body has endured and absorbed thousands and thousands of toxins into its body. What do you mean toxins? Drugs, vaccinations, chemicals and pesticides that are sprayed on your lawn or parks, emissions from cars and trucks, cleaning chemicals used in the home or barn, chlorine, fluoride, and on and on are all toxic substances.
Toxins are impurities that the filtering systems of the body tries to eliminate so that these impurities do not get into the blood stream. Once contaminants are in the blood stream, the body begins to lose nutrition. The blood is either able to feed the body with good wholesome nutrients, or it is feeding the body with contaminates ultimately causing serious health issues.
The liver, kidneys, and lungs are the primary filtering systems for the blood in the body. If these filtering organs have become overloaded, then your rabbit will have ongoing chronic health problems. When the filters in anything becomes clogged, then the machine (body) cannot function properly. Your rabbit's body is no different that a well made machine. If the machine is not maintained properly and not cleaned regularly, then the machine will break down. This is common sense for all of us. But who ever thought about the necessity of cleaning your rabbit's filters? Unfortunately in this 21st century, we now have to think about this.
For over forty years, our doctors have been preaching the importance of cleaning the internal body to prevent contaminated blood from circulating and circulating within the body. In June of 2000, the New England Journal of Medicine published a report indicating that 80% to 90% of today's health problems stem directly from toxins in our environment. At long last the established medical people are starting to understand the gravity of toxic substances in the body.
What most of us have never thought much about before, at least to any extent, is that this toxic environment--air, water and food--are so full of chemicals, that our bodies and our pets' bodies are constantly being bombarded. This puts continual enormous stress on the filtering systems to try to keep our bodies clean internally. So too is this process for your rabbit. Now, when these filters become full, where do those toxins go? To other places in the body--the other organs, the joints, the brain, the skin etc.--to cause all kinds of health complications.
The most common problems resulting from toxins in your rabbit that are being diagnosed (labeled--in order to be able to "legitimately prescribe" another toxin--a drug) by today's allopathic veterinarians are:
In fact most every diagnosed disease has as its root cause--toxins. These toxins are circulating within your rabbit's body with every single beat of its little heart. If you will clean these toxins from your rabbit's internal body, then maintain its internal cleanliness on a regular basis, your rabbit can return to health and stay that way.
Now, we are beginning to read and hear that genetics cause these chronic health conditions. That your rabbit's parents or grandparents had these conditions and they were now passed on down to their offspring. Unfortunately, this is starting to be true as the toxins cause multiple problems with every single cell in the body because nutrition cannot reach all the cells in the body as it is supposed to. A malnourished cell then become irregular which leads to all kinds of health issues.
Step Four--Nutrition for Your Rabbit
Preparing food for your rabbit is something most people do not do. Most people merely open a bag of prepared food they bought at the pet store. However, if you really wish to have a rabbit with absolute health and vitality, you are going to have to prepare your rabbits food fresh each time on a daily basis. Rabbits will eat just about any vegetable that is fresh, wholesome and cooked or raw. It takes about a week to get into the routine, but after that, it becomes as second nature as cooking for yourself or your family.
Rabbits will eat oatmeal, cream of wheat, breads, scrambled eggs, raw eggs, cottage cheese, sprouts. Try raw or cooked and see what your rabbit prefers. They eat vegetables of all kinds--corn, peas, carrots, beans, potatoes, sweet potatoes, yams, literally any vegetable that is available. You will need to experiment some to find out what your rabbit likes best. Fresh food, not processed food is the most important consideration. The enzymes in this fresh food is what your rabbit needs.
Studies have shown that an animal that is deprived of certain nutrients such as certain trace minerals or macro minerals or certain vitamins will exhibit signs of a particular nutritional deficiency and, in many cases, will then pass this deficiency on to their offspring. The frightening part of this scenario is that good wholesome nutrition containing everything the offspring's body requires may still not reverse this "inherited" condition. This premise is the fundamental reason why we strongly feel that glacial trace minerals and natural vitamins are absolutely essential for an animal's health program coupled with good home cooked organic fruits and vegetables.
Synthetic vitamins are NOT absorbable and will continue to cause deficiency after deficiency in animal nutrition. The food our animals eat is not fully what the body requires quite simply because the land upon which this food is grown is devoid of the majority of the nutrients that the plants need. Thus, if the soil is deficient, the plants that grow upon it are deficient, the animals that feed upon it are deficient. Hence the food we eat and what our pets eat is deficient. We have a serious Catch 22 here, stemming all the way back to the farmer that produces this deficient food. All of us need to be aware of this situation and need to take steps to protect ourselves, our family's health and our pet's health.
The way a farmer can add the missing ingredients into his soils are basically two fold. One, by spreading dried seaweed on his soils or, two, by spreading crushed glacial deposited rocks onto his soil. When this is done, the plants are able to absorb the minerals the way nature has done forever. When the farmer harvests his crop, the essential minerals and vitamins are in the plant. This is quite simplified of course, but basically this is how Mother Nature works and needs to work. The interesting thing is, is that the Attorney General from most of the farm belt states can put you in jail if you sell crushed powdered glacial rock to a farmer. When this process is so essential, why do you think this is? Think about it and you will know.
Does Your Rabbit's Age Matter?
It stands to reason that the older a rabbit, the more toxins are in its system and the more health problems. Can a person really get their elderly rabbit back to health? From our years of experience, we have found that if the rabbit is not "on its deathbed" and you have not waited until the last possible resort, then yes, your rabbit could quite possibly be brought back to health. Just so you know, it is really in your hands if your rabbit will return to health or not. You must be diligent, you must decide that you are not going to allow anymore invasions of your rabbit's body, i.e. surgeries, no more toxic chemicals, no more toxic drugs (you MUST wean them off slowly--you can't go "cold turkey" on most drugs). You have to change everything you have been doing up to this point.
If you have a critically ill rabbit, then you must cook for it, not fill it with the toxic foods it has eaten all its life. If you can do this, then with Mother Nature's remedies from the Rabbit Medicine Chest™ you have a pretty good chance of improving your rabbit's health.
Drugs and natural herbal remedies cannot work well together. You must make the decision as to what is best for the health of your rabbit. You must take control of your rabbit's health and well being. We can help you with the remedies that have been proven to work over and over with thousands of rabbits, but the ultimate welfare of your cherished rabbit lies in your hands.
For those of you with younger rabbits and even bunnies, you can prevent the ravages of chemical substances and toxic drugs. You can prevent chronic illness from even beginning with your bunny if you take the time to learn how you can take care of your precious rabbit without using drugs and chemicals. Yes, this is possible and has been going on for hundreds of years.
You just need to take the time to learn. This is why we have an in house publication called Natural Notes and Antidotes that we send to all of our customers two or three times a year. We feel it is important for you to know as much as you can about what nature remedies can do for your rabbit. All of us have to learn by starting somewhere, so we send you all of our back issues with your first order, then keep you on our "snail mail" mailing list for all future publications. In these publications is a section called "Recommended Reading" where we list books that you may wish to purchase at your local book store and add to your library. In your research, you have come to the right place on the internet. Our professional's and our products have helped thousands of rabbits over the years. We are absolutely certain we can help your beloved friend.
You must begin a well developed program to clean your rabbit's internal body, provide it with nutritional supplements that will aid in preventing nutritional deficiencies, and balance its little body on a regular basis. Your rabbit does not have to be one of the statistics with a debilitating disease. Get going now, and your bunny can live a long and healthy life. It's your decision!
Are Chronic Illnesses Preventable?
Chronic illnesses are completely preventable. It is so sad for us to talk by phone and by email with people from around the country who have been treating their beloved little rabbit with all kinds of drugs, all kinds of toxic chemicals to get rid of fleas, all kinds of vaccinations, all kinds of allergy shots, blood tests one after another and on and on. These people are at their wits end. Something has told them that this is not necessary and they are right. That's why they arrived at our door. We are happy for your rabbit that you arrived too.
No chemical and no drug can make an animal well. Drugs and chemicals may mask the symptoms for a short period of time, but they will not make an animal well. The only thing that can make an animal well is good nutrition and a strong immune system. Mother Nature has provided what your rabbit needs. It is time for you to learn and implement the program that will restore your rabbit's health.