Ecoli treated with coli 30 gives good result. Below is the method and results of the reasearch conducted on the piglets.
On a commercial pig farm 52 sows of different parities, in their last month of gestation, were treated twice a week with either the homeopathic agent Coli30K or placebo. The 525 piglets born from these sows were scored for occurrence and duration of diarrhoea.
Piglets in the placebo group had slightly over six times more diarrhoea than piglets treated with Coli 30K. Administering the homeopathic agent Coli 30K instead of a placebo significantly diminished the occurrence of neonatal E. colidiarrhoea in piglets (P < .0001). Especially piglets from first parity sows gave a good response to treatment with Coli 30K. The diarrhoea seemed to be less severe in the homeopathically treated litters, there was less transmission and duration appeared shorter.
These advantages and the positive results from this study make the homeopathic agent Coli 30K an attractive potential alternative in the prevention of E. coli diarrhoea. This study also suggests that homeopathic treatment in livestock may help the human population by protecting from the pharmacological residues in animal products.
1. Camerlink I, Ellinger L, Bakker EJ, Lantinga EA (2010). Homeopathy as replacement to antibiotics in the case of Escherichia coli diarrhoea in neonatal piglets. Homeopathy, 99; 57–62.