Size/Quantity: Concentrated 90g Powder
TCVM Principles: Nourish Stomach Yin and clear Heat
Veterinary authorization required.
Chuan Niu Xi, Mai Men Dong, Sheng Di Huang, Shi Gao(Sheng), Zhi Mu
Ingredients: Gluten-free maltodextrin
My dog has severe inflammation on gums had them trimmed but keeps regrowing due to acid in stomach per Dr Morgan website. Do I just add to food and how much in powder concentrate vs capsule please? I am Changing diet to wood personality and liver Qi stagnation. Also suggested Boa He Wan to add to diet and how is this added before I request to my general vet please?
Thank you for your question! Both Jade Lady and Bao He Wan can be added to food. The concentrated products are all the same strength in grams (0.5g capsule is the same as 0.5g powder). Concentrated products are twice the strength of regular, non-concentrated products. The manufacturer's recommended dose range for concentrated formulas is 0.125-0.25g per 10-20lb twice daily for dogs and cats. It's important to find out your vet's recommendation based on your pet's specific condition since the dosing range is quite large. Some vets recommend starting with a lower dose and increasing based on how your dog is doing. We also require herbal authorization for all purchases, which assures us you're using the most effective herbal formula for your pet. To request authorization from your vet, you can go here: https://tcvmpet.com/pages/get-an-authorization.
My vet suggested Jade Lady when I asked about plaque and tarter buildup on my dog’s teeth. She said I can try rubbing that on her gums or adding it to her food for her teeth / gums. But will this help to remove plaque buildup? I can no longer giver her raw bones due to a history of bladder stones so her teeth have gotten yucky. My dog will also reject anything with a vile taste but takes capsules like a champ. Can this remove plaque and tarter being given as a capsule?
Thank you for your question! Our vets haven't used this product before for eliminating plaque and tartar. They have only used it for ulceration of the tongue and gums when taken internally. It's possible there are new uses for the herbs that we haven't tried before here at TCVM Pet Supply. We recommend asking your vet since they are the expert in your pet's individual case.
My vet has prescribed "concentrated Jade Lady" as a treatment for chronic mouth inflammation due to an autoimmune response, that resulted in pulling all of my cats teeth (sad day). Can you explain to me, in western medicine terms, please, the benefits of this herbal blend and how it is supposed to work? This is in place of keeping him on long-term steroids. I'm having compliance issues with my cat; he does not like it out of the capsule, so any suggestions would be appreciated. Cannot put in food because of multiple cats feeding at the same time.
Thank you for your question! In Western terms, Jing Tang Jade Lady aids in reducing inflammation in the mouth. Only time will tell whether it is as effective as a steroid for your cat. We recommend staying in close contact with your vet to monitor your cat's individual condition and progress. The main benefit of Eastern Herbs is the side effects that come with steroids are not present. The difficult thing about using Eastern herbs with cats are the compliance issues you mentioned. This is very common. You could try taking the powder out of the capsule and mixing it with warm water or broth and administering to your cat orally through a syringe.
Can I use Jade Lady or Stomach Happy for a dog with kidney failure?
Thank you for your question! Jade Lady and Stomach Happy Formulas often support dogs with digestive issues. You can read more about them here: https://franklintnvet.com/stomach-ulcers/
Your vet will be able to help you decide on the proper herbal formula for your dog's condition, along with the precise dose depending on your dog's TCVM signs such as tongue, pulse, and constitution. Your vet is also the best person to determine whether this herbal formula can be used with kidney failure.
Also, your veterinarian's authorization is needed in order to purchase from us. You can request authorization here: https://tcvmpet.com/pages/get-an-authorization.
How much Jade Lady do I feed a horse with bad ulcers???
Thanks for your question! The recommended dose of Jade Lady Concentrated 90g Powder for horses is 3g (2.5 scoops) twice daily. However, your veterinarian's authorization is needed in order to purchase. Your vet may adjust the dose as well depending on your horse's condition. You can request authorization here: https://tcvmpet.com/pages/get-an-authorization
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