Saving The Bighorn Sheep
The Martial Art of Wellness
Volume 7 – November 2008
Welcome to this month’s BioNews. We must learn to free ourselves from the control that others exert over us. As we learn we become FREE, we become powerful. This pursuit of self defense in wellness, I call “The Martial Art of Wellness.” And as we practice we become Wellness Ninjas.
QUOTE OF THE MONTH
“ I suspect that scientists have not yet explored the hidden possibilities of the innumerable seeds, leaves and fruits for giving the fullest possible nutrition to mankind. ”
THIS ISSUE’S TESTIMONIALS:
Kidney function up to 24%
“ Now kidney function is up to 24% function, a 2% increase over the last three months. I feel certain BSF is the reason. I have been taking 10 capsules a day for over a year now. My diet otherwise is awful. I have been eating one meal every other day. Enjoy, more to be revealed!
Previous report on 7/6/2008
My kidney function was 18% and has now improved to 22%. I like that and hope for more improvement since the prognosis was only eventual dialysis. ”
cal/Franklin & B.B., October 2008
SPECIAL REPORT ( Saving the Bighorn Sheep )
After 9 years of working with BAC, I am still often amazed by the results obtained by people and animals. When I first encountered Dr. Michael Kiriac, I was impressed by the man and his story, but somewhat skeptical. Given my own extraordinary results and that of many of our clients using BAC, I have since shed many layers of my skepticism. Yet I find myself once again amazed by the following report. Amazed that what was achieved and proven a long time ago (1970 to 1995) in a country far away (Russia), is now happening in North America. I hope you will be as exited as I am by this following story.
In October 2007 we began a study in cooperation with Merri Mason, owner of a herd of bighorn sheep’s that are more or less destined to die from Johne’s disease. Usually this disease will kill most animal of the herd by the time they reach 2 years of age. Bio-Algae Concentrates (BAC) provided by BioSuperaliment Inc. is evaluated in regards to its effects on 12 bighorn sheep’s selected amongst the herd of 35 that are affected by Johne’s disease.
Johne’s disease (pronounced yonee’s) is a disease of ruminants characterized by wasting and terminally, by diarrhea. It is caused by a bacterium called Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis. Johne’s disease has been reported all around the world in cattle for several decades. Although it has also been reported in sheep for many years, no one is certain of how widespread it is or exactly how much damage it is doing to our sheep industry.
BAC will be incorporated into the feeds that are fed daily to the selected sheep’s with the purpose of increasing overall cellular nutrition resulting in increased vitality and immunity. For the purpose of the study the selected sheep’s are kept apart from the main herd. At the start of evaluation, the herd is already being decimated by Johne’s and the owner is thinking of euthanizing the entire herd as recommended by the veterinarian. Often once a herd is affected, there is no other solution.
Merri’s First Report After 6 Months – March 2008
MERRI MASON BIGHORN SHEEP FARM
Merri’s Second Report After 11 Months – October 2008
Find next in Merri’s own words the summary of results after the first eleven months.
MERRI MASON BIGHORN SHEEP FARM
Another interesting factor is that I have two sheep from the original herd that are at least 4 years old, and appear symptom free. Many of the sheep from that herd died from the disease. It seems that there are so many factors to consider with Johne’s. Some are symptomatic, some carriers with no symptoms, etc. I believe the best test will be the two young rams that were born with symptoms, and now appear symptom free. We will know closest to the truth when they are two.
I think this is a good place to start, because the rams who started on your product a year ago are starting to turn two years.
See the photos of Humpfrey and Jackson, two rams born sick out of the sick ewes that died within weeks of delivering. Jackson the black one was bottle fed with algae added to milk. His mother had algae from start of the program, but I believe was sick but not symptomatic for two years prior. Humpfrey the brown one nursed from his mother who ate algae, but died after two months; she was also sick but not symptomatic for two years prior. Both rams are undersized for their age, but symptom free at this time. They will be a year old in November. They both got bad starts because they were undernourished during development, and the brown one had poor quality milk from the ewe.
Comments on Status
The ultimate intent of this study is to save Merri’s sheep’s including as many as possible of those already infected before the study began, and certainly their offspring’s. At this time it appears that much of this goal will happen and we will report back.
But in the mean time, the many benefits (UNDERLINED IN MERRI’S TEXT ABOVE) that Merri has observed with her sheep’s are very much the same as those demonstrated with several species during the Russian research. Benefits such as :
- calmer mood
- shinier hair and coats
- larger healthier animal
- less feed needed
- increased survival rate
- prevention of mad cow disease
- prevention of various viral or bacterial infections
- healthier animal from one generation to the next
- prevention of osteoporosis and increase in bone mass
- increased fertility
- increased protein and good fats in milk, eggs and meat
- and many more…
Dr. Michael Kiriac had never worked with bighorn sheep and when asked about the successes observed so far, he commented about the larger horn:
“When the animal eats BAC which feeds the brain efficiently, the brain organs awaken. The hypothalamus alone is responsible for homeostasis of all body metabolisms including that of energy, then all metabolisms awaken; assimilation and absorption of nutrients from foods, such as protein assimilation and absorption (hence less feed is needed for the sheep), mineral metabolisms, synthesis of proteins and enzymes within cells. When Collagen metabolism is more efficient (Collagen is the main protein of connective tissue in animals and the most abundant protein in mammals, making up about 25% to 35% of the whole-body protein content), then there is better growth of the animal as in larger animal, and as in stronger and larger horns. In chickens it was larger and stronger eggs; in dairy cows, it was more and better milk with increases in protein and butter fat; in pigs and minks, larger litter; etc.”