Unique homeopathic approach happening at Buncombe County farm

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BUNCOMBE COUNTY, N.C. -- To drive across Dr. Frank King’s farm is to think you’re in Jurassic Park. It is filled with bison and elk and camels … or what Dr. King calls, “medicine.”

As a homeopathic physician, Dr. King believes in feeding our bodies what it ate for millennia before modern, more synthetic food came around.

“Natural medicine is what created the positive gene expressions and synthetic drugs were causing negative gene expressions,” says Dr. King.

So he has one of the largest herd of bison in North America and that is for a purpose.

“Bringing back the bison would never happen until we find a use for those bison in the lives of humans,” says King. “Otherwise, they'd be relegated to a few in a zoo.”

King sells a host of these foods that do come with a premium.

“Camel milk is like white gold and has been selling for nearly the last decade here in American, for about $18 a pint. That's how therapeutic it is,” he says.

He also has a line of about 200 homeopathic medications … see how they work, in this edition of the Buckley Report.

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