The birth of veterinary homeopathy is practically contemporary and integrated to the homeopathy for “human use”, since all human beings are subject to the same natural laws. The first Hahnemann’s law, the law of similarity “Similia similibus curentur”, takes into account the kind of organism, animal, human or even part of the vegetable kingdom.
A few veterinarians are worth mentioning for their contribution to the cause: one of Hahnemann’s most important coworkers, Dr. Ruckert, was a veterinarian and wrote the first homeopathic inventory, a crucial tool for homeopaths.
Dr. Lux, another veterinarian, discovered the “nosodes”, organic remedies, whose homeopathic use has always been fundamental to prevent and treat many diseases affecting humans and animals.
Dr. Brunson, a veterinarian, is head of one of the most important homeopathy schools in Belgium: the Centre Liégeois d’Homéopathie at Esneux. Worldwide veterinarians have given an important contribution to the development of homeopathy, because the results that they obtained are a clear evidence of the efficacy of homeopathy as treatment method.
The homeopathic remedy for animal use cannot be considered a mere “placebo” because animals are not affected by it, and therefore this is the basis for the scientific truthfulness of homeopathy itself.
Ce.M.O.N. has always been paying much attention to nature and animals and their interactions and supports the importance of veterinary homeopathy. Animals treated with homeopathic remedies do not have toxic residues in their meat and other products for human and animal consumption (eggs, milk).
Their wastes have a “zero” environmental impact, because they do not contain chemical pollutants resulting from synthesis molecules. This is why Ce.M.O.N. supports veterinary homeopathy, also as a way to protect and respect the environment. Special attention is paid to pets, often affected by the same diseases affecting their owners. Regardless of the reason behind this (cohabitation, pathogenetic empathy, or psychosomatic component related to daily mood), they can benefit from the use of homeopathic remedies also as prevention.
Ce.M.O.N. supports many training schools in veterinary homeopathy for graduates, also thanks to the foundation of the Associazione della Libera Università Internazionale di Medicina Omeopatica.
Ce.M.O.N. created DYNAVET, a line of homeopathic remedies for veterinary use, combinations of remedies whose formulations refer to the pathogenesis of each remedy contained in them.
To support the work of Veterinarians, Ce.M.O.N. has also prepared specific packages of single remedies in larger and easier to handle jars for outpatient and shed treatments, guaranteeing the same quality and GMP standards as the remedies for human consumption. These DYNAVET packages are REGISTERED FOR HUMAN USE, but they can be kept and prescribed by Veterinarians (art. 10, Leg. Decree 193/2006) as an exception.
The Company guarantees that remedies are not tested on animals in any way, and contributes to the eco-sustainability project because – by restoring health to animals with non-invasive treatments, and subsequently making animal-origin foods less contaminated – the environmental impact is reduced vis-à-vis the use of chemical drugs.