1. The main aim is to make known to avian vets of the wonderful
discovery I have made and to urge them to be open minded enough to test out my technique of curing finches as laid out in
my article called "How To Tap The Power of Sick Estrildid Finches To Cure Themselves".
What motivated me right from the start was the alleviation of suffering
for I realized that many finches in captivity die slow and agonizing deaths by being force fed inappropriate antibiotics or
other veterinary medicines given at the wrong dose by their owners who unfortunately do not know better.
But I have also found that even doses that vets assume is correct for
finches of a certain weight or the label dose of certain veterinary medicines can produce bad results.
My finch self-medication system of therapy automatically guards against
the danger of inappropriate antibiotics or other veterinary medicines given at a dose that is not compatible with the sick
finch in question, by allowing the sick bird to use its natural and awesome power to medicate itself and thereby safeguards
it against needless pain and damage.
2. Another aim is to make my discovery known to medical
research scientists and invite them to scientifically validate 3 observations that I have made when sick finches
If these are validated, scientists could then proceed to find out how
these finches are able to cure themselves of life-threatening diseases. This will greatly advance human medicine. Click on
the web page entitled Necessary Scientific Experiment for further details on this.
3. The teaching of techniques to finch breeders of how to select
the most disease resistant birds in their flock and how to breed a disease resistant line of finches so that they do
not waste time and effort breeding from birds that are prone to disease. I have written some articles explaining
these techniques and these are listed in My Articles web page.
4. The teaching to finch breeders of how to use 2 Society Finch
(Bengalese) cocks to incubate and foster rear on cue the eggs or young of rare finch species because this will make it
much easier to save as many young as possible of these precious birds. The
advantages in using pairs made up of 2 Society finch cocks rather than a cock and a hen for fostering is explained in
part in My Articles web page.