Final Thought…..

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  1. I really need to get the comment subscription worked out on here – your comments are like emailed letters that brighten up my day! Cross your broomsticks, yes, but this has been such a cool journey, I can’t even tell you. Be back soon when more time to chat. Blessed be, friendo. ❤

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  2. Hello, Lady A! I hope you are well and things have settled down for you in recent days. I had a quick question and I am not mentally capable right now of finding my own answer. (#jokingnotjoking) What sort of a dosage would you recommend for my cats re: parsley water and deworming? Doing a precautionary dosage, and don’t want to overdo a good thing. I boiled a small bunch of parsley (and used the rest for browned butter potatoes for dinner – yum) for 3 minutes and decanted into a container to refrigerate. For the life of me, I can’t find that great conversation we had! Sorry to random comment, but figured you’d see it if I did. 🙂

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    1. Good morning Kristen, it is great to see you. I was wondering where you had run off too. Everything is looking much better for me now. Thank you for asking. I have no problem answering your question, the ways these comments move, it is hard to find the replies I have given. Here are the instructions for the parsley water again.

      By the way, cats love the smell of parsley so you shouldn’t have any problem getting them to take it in their water. If you don’t want to give it in their water you can get an eye dropper and give it to them that way. The dropper idea is best because you are assured they are getting the proper dosage. If you don’t have an eye dropper then just give them a small amount of water with the parsley in it. Give your cat one teaspoon of parsley water once or twice a day until there are no signs of worm infestation. I know the recommended holistic advice is to give it to your cats for two weeks. But I would only give it to them till there are no more signs of the worms(seven days max). If by that time, the worms are still there, then you need to take them to a vet because they could have a more serious infestation, such as heart worms. Just remember mark on your calendar when you start the treatment and only give it for seven days. Also while you are trying to get rid of their worms, clean out their litter box every day. When you do after a few usages of the parsley water, check their poop and see if you see any signs of the worms. I hope this helps. I appreciate all your support during my time of need and I will help you in anyway I can, always remember that.
      Have a very blessed and relaxing Saturday,
      Lady A

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      1. You are the best – I’m so glad things are getting better for you. Your advice jibes with what I’ve read, so I’ll start treatment today. I spent another week in psych recently, but we have the meds ironed out. Interestingly, as of Wednesday, I have a new diagnosis added to bipolar. Epilepsy. So… behavior due to seizures or seizures due to mania and weird behavior? Chicken or the egg situation. It’s not scary, though – mostly I space out with some eye fluttering. I’ve apparently had them all my life! More settling to do, but home is the best place to do it. Practicing my kitchen witch skills today – made homemade ranch with wild onions from my yard. Cool. Beans. Enjoy your Saturday, too! Kristen

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      2. Thanks for the compliment, you’re not so bad yourself! I have got use to having you around and believe it or not, I actually miss you when you aren’t here. I am glad they are finally getting things ironed out for you. You mentioned Epilepsy, one of the medicines they give me for my back is also used to treat epilepsy, it is Gabapentin or Neurotin(I think I spelled those right). I always check the medicine the doctors give me on the internet. I was surprised to find out that Neurotin was given for epilepsy but it is. So maybe they will put you on that, I know it does wonders for nerve damange. I have 89% nerve damage in my back. I was just thinking, after all this time and everything you have been through, instead of the doctors thinking you had some mental problem, I wonder if it could all have been contributed to epilepsy. That makes me angry to think they have put you through hell and come to find out it could be linked to that. Boy, oh boy, doctors these days. You get the epilepsy under control I believe everything will eventually become normal for you again. Just think living a normal life, if you are like me, you don’t know what normal is anymore. I have got to the point I just go with the flow. That’s about all you can do and then you depend on the doctors to take care of you and they don’t know what the heck they are talking about. I know everybody has their problem, but you, my dear friend, have had more than your fair share. I sincerely hope they get to the root of it and I believe now they are on the right track. If they do put you on the Neurotin, it will take about two weeks to kick in and then you will never have another episode again. I am hoping and praying that it works for you. I can feel you are such a wonderful, warm, caring individual and it hurts me to know you have been through so much pain. Let us just keep our broomsticks crossed that they have finally found the root of your problem. Playing kitchen witch, huh? I never thought about making ranch dressing using those pesky wild onions. Now I know they ain’t that pesky after all. Have you ever made any dandelion tea yet? I know some of the ladies around here love it but I am not much of a tea drinker. Give me coffee any day.

        I am off for now. Just remember seven days for your kitties and I hope and pray the parsley water does the trick for them.
        Have a good one, sweetie,
        Lady A

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