Pathogens cause udder inflammation in cows, there are two types of pathogen: environmental pathogens, and contagious pathogens. Contagious pathogens are spread from one cow to the other while environmental pathogens are spread through the environment where the cows are located. Inflammation of the mammary glands in cows can be fatal if not treated on time and can cause mastitis. Mastitis is a deadly disease in cows that cause inflammation of the udder in cows. The disease is very contagious, and the farmer must cull the infected cows to avoid spreading the disease to the rest of the healthy cows.
Udder inflammation can cause a serious loss to a farmer. The loss of milk production in the farm, discarding the infected milk, the cost of treating the infected cow and to an extent the loss of the cow. If the disease is not properly controlled, it can wipe away the whole herd. The good thing is that udder inflammation is 100% treatable by antibiotics and other methods.
Causes of Udder inflammation in Cows
The major causes of udder inflammation in cows are
- Physical injury to the udder
- Bacterial infections
- Metabolic problems
Physical injury of the udder can start on a small wound that the farmer may think it will disappear with time. It may disappear yes, but in many cases, the wound may cause bacterial infections which lead to inflammations of the mammary glands.
When there is a bacterial infects the mammary glands, the farmers may be on a look out of the following signs.
- Redness of the skin around the udder
- Painful when touched
- The udder become hot or warm above the normal body temperature of the cow
- Swelling of any area on the udder
- Blood and clots of blood in the milk
- Loss of appetite in the infected cow
Diagnosis of the udder inflammation in cows
The physical appearance of the udder is the first diagnosis of udder inflammation. More diagnosis is made by taking milk samples to the laboratory to correctly identify the antibodies in the milk. The milk is found to have excess bacteria and excess cells which is not good for consumption.
Acute udder inflammation can successfully be treated using antibiotics. Antibiotics are good to treat inflammations on the initial stage before the bacteria has spread. However, for chronic udder treatment, the antibiotics were futile, and another effective treatment has to be found.
Bioresonance treatment of the udder inflammation in cows
Bioresonance treatment is successfully used to treat chronic udder inflammation in cows. A study was conducted to verify whether Bioresonance therapy can successfully be used in the treatment of chronic udder inflammations in cows.
Bioresonance therapy uses a machine called BiCom machine that use electrode technology to identify the area of inflammation and help in treatments. The electrodes identify and neutralize the energy waves emitted from the body and harmonize the abnormal wavelengths with the rest of the body waves. Wavelengths are affected by various processes of the body. When a particular cell is abnormal, it emits an abnormal wavelength that had a different frequency from the normal one. BiCom machine aims to harmonize the body waves which leads to healing of the affected body parts.
In this case, the electrodes were placed on different body parts of a cow. The input placed on the udder of the cow while the output was placed on the head of the infected cow. Once the start key of the BiCom was pressed, the energy emitters inside the udder were tested thoroughly till the tensor resonates. At the point where the tensor resonates, it indicated that the energy wavelengths had been harmonized. About 300 heads of dairy cows were tested. The results show that Bioresonance therapy could be used to treat 100% udder inflammation in cows and can be used to treat chronic mastitis.
Why Bioresonance therapy is the best treatment for udder inflammation in cows
- The treatment is very safe and has no side effects on the cow
- It is a natural way of healing
- It is highly effective
- It brings value to Farmer’s money
- Brings back the normal cell count in milk shortly after the treatment
- Can treat both acute and chronic udder inflammation in cows
Antibiotics have been the sole treatment of udder inflammation, and in some chronic cases, the antibiotics could not work. The fact that udder inflammation is an infectious disease could mean that it can spread very fast before the antibiotics start to fight the disease. Bioresonance therapy has been tested as a successful treatment of udder inflammation in a short period of time.
The only disadvantage of Bioresonance therapy is that sometimes the cow may become restless due to pain in the infected udder remember the udder is sick and could be painful. This movement could hinder BiCom machine to work effectively. This therapy could sometimes take a lot of time if there are many cases as you have to administer to each one of the infected cows at a time.