The Truth About: Rhino Horn
We can all help to bust the rhino myths in support of the “Save the Rhino Campaign.” Skydiving with celebrities to raise funds goes a long way in helping to boost awareness about rhino poaching. It is very expensive to protect our rhinos but we can do more. We can confront the real culprits who buy the horns. If it is for medicine, they need to be offered alternatives that work a lot better. There is no reason to cut off a rhino horn to fix a headache, is there? Please share this information with people from all walks of life.
A Faulty Belief System has Endangered the Rhino and Other Precious Animals
Indiscriminate killing has almost wiped out one of Nature’s big five – the rhinoceros. Why? The real culprit is the end user with a skewered belief system who pays large sums of money for a rhino horn that is no different to human hair or fingernails. When put to the test, powdered rhino horn exhibits no medicinal properties and is certainly not worth killing for. It is an inert substance, the item of ritual, an imagined panacea.
Compressed hair from a rhino horn will drive out demons, reduce a fever, tone your body, boost your confidence and outperform Viagra? The more it costs, the better it works is what people believe. If they did not indulge in these stupid, vain beliefs we would not have to stop animal poachers from nabbing rhinos. They take the horn and leave the meat. The natural hunter gather protocol gives way to expedience, a hardwired human lust for power and money. Resisting rhino poachers increases the scarcity and hence the price of the horns.
People kill to eat – it’s called hunting for the pot. Others kill or maim people and animals to heal or alleviate their problems. Killing makes big money and boosts ego, regardless of serving any real purpose. Vegan friendly alternatives to animal parts comply with the law of Hippocrates that states that we “first do no harm
Herbal Alternatives to Rhino Horn That Really Work
By learning more about the healing potential of natural and especially herbal medicine you will soon see that the real cure is out there – in the bushes. A humble herb like tribulus terrestris boosts testosterone. It transforms sexuality and reports of permanent penis enlargement are not a rumour! Herbs work better and cost a lot less. They even cure “headaches”, reduce fevers and heal and cleanse the body as well as the conscience. Burning sacred herbs can also effectively drive (smudge) out demons and evil spirits.
To rhinos the horn is the crowning glory, a powerful means of defence and an integral part of their anatomy. Wayward humans kill and often maim the whole animal to procure these abstract horny virtues and sell them to the highest bidder for a few million Rand a piece. This is how mind medicine works, so let’s leave the rhino and other innocent victims of the wild out of the equation.
Hit Back With the Truth and Bust the Myths
It is the imagined potential more than the actual body part that creates rhino horn or tiger penis illusions. Let us bust these myths and supply herbal alternatives. Together we are raising funds to protect these gentle grass eating giants of the grasslands. It is an honourable gesture. But where there is a demand, a supply will relentlessly be perpetuated. The rhinos will not be safe until the products that contain it as well as the myths and lies are busted. This is not an expensive thing to do.
Please help to expose the great lie about the healing and esoteric properties of compressed rhino hair, simply known as keratin and present alternatives that really do work. Even a humble aspirin can do more than a teaspoon full of powdered rhino horn! If the stuff really worked then people who chew their own fingernails would have been a lot better off.
End note: how about another alternative: a human hair and fingernail smoothie? Have you ever torn the base of a fingernail or injured your fingertips? Imagine the pain a rhino experiences. Now please send this letter to somebody like you, who really cares.