Size/Quantity: 0.5g Capsules #200
TCVM Principles: Dispels Dampness, strengthens the Spleen Qi, moves the Stomach Qi downward.
Veterinary authorization required.
Cang Zhu, Chen Pi, Huo Po. Huo Xiang, Lian Qiao, Shan Zha, Wu Yao, Wu Zhu Yu, Zhi Ke
Why do you need a veterinarian approval? My holistic vet in Florida prescribed this for my bullmastiff after a horrible reaction to a pain medication during neutering (different vet). When he was bleeding with stomach ulcers. I know it gave him energy and he wasn’t crying so much. (150# bullmastiff). I have moved to Indiana since then and having a hard time finding a holistic veterinarian. It has been 3 years since he has had it. Only was on it 2 months then. (She explained to me it was not for long term). Is there a reason it can not be long term? Thank you Verna sausman. Vernaj
Thanks for writing. The manufacturer, Jing Tang, requires us to keep a veterinary authorization for all Jing Tang Herbal Products orders. I'm sorry you find this cumbersome!
Here is the list provided by the Chi Institute of their vets (most TCVM vets went to the Chi Institute and use Jing Tang herbs) if you want to search further: http://www.tcvm.com/Resources/FindaTCVMPractitioner.aspx
Maybe the list can help you find a TCVM vet in your area. If not, let us know and we can schedule a consultation for you with one of our vets.
As for long term use, the basic instructions read: Use as needed for 1-3 months until the problem is resolved. Your TCVM vet would be the one to ask as to the reason for his/her personal instructions.
If you have any other questions or if we can help you in any way, just let us know! :)
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