Just as Rife Machines are used in the treatment of human ailments, so too can they be used for the treatment of animals.
Mastitis is an inflammation of the mammary gland or udder. Mastitis in dairy cows is caused by udder infections, usually resulting from bacteria introduced either during the milking process or from environmental contact.
Internal parasites can affect the lungs, liver, intestines and gut in the host animal. They include roundworm, tapeworm, lungworm and flukes.
Bovine viral diarrhoea is a major issue for all cow herds and it is caused by the BVD virus. It can cause reproduction issues, scours and immune suppression.