Allgemeine Homöopathische Zeitung 2017; 262(02): 2-76
DOI: 10.1055/s-0037-1601131
Georg Thieme Verlag KG Stuttgart · New York

Mastitis in livestock – homeopathy versus allopathy

Mastitis im Viehbestand – Homöopathie versus Allopathie

K Jindal
1   College of Veterinary Sciences C.C Hau Hissar, Central Clinical Lab., Sirsa, India
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Publication Date:
21 March 2017 (online)


Mastitis is a disease complex, having different causes; variations in degree of intensity, induration and residual effects making it the costliest disease in dairy industry throughout the world, specially in India. Sometimes it leads to early culling. This disease costs India nearly Rs 11000 crores per year. Mastacure™, a combination of 8 homeopathic remedies, was trailed in highly prestigious institutions in India such as the College of Veterinary Sciences, Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, Haryana, and Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izat Nagar, Barielly, Uttar Pradesh.

After random trial on 166 livestocks. Streptococcus agalactiae and Staphylococcus aureus were isolated from culture positive buffalo milk. Mastacure™ established 83.33% cure on day 5 till day 30 post-treatment. It was compared against antibiotics, a produce of Sarabhai Zydus. On day 10 and 20 post-treatment, bacteriological cure rates in Mastacure™ treated groups were found to be increased to 57.14 and 66.67 percent respectively whereas no change in bacteriological cure rates were observed in groups treated with antibiotics, when compared with day 5 post-treatment values. No side effects of Mastacure™ were observed. Using flowcytometry, milk from culture positive buffalo showed a significant increase in BoCD4+, BoCD8+ and also BoWC1 T cells and upgradation remained significant till day 20 post-treatment with Mastacure™.