Size/Quantity: 90g Concentrated Powder
TCVM Principles: Break down Blood stasis, transform phlegm, support the body's natural removal of nodules, and resolve stagnation
Veterinary authorization required.
Yu Jin, Dan Shen, Chi Shao, Sheng Di Huang, Huang Bai, Di Fu Zi, Xuan Shen, Mai Men Dong, Mu Dan Pi
Ingredients: Gluten-free maltodextrin
My dog has grand mal seizures? Is this the most appropriate supplement for him?
Thanks for your question! There are multiple different herbal formulas appropriate for seizures, so we recommend checking with your vet to see which one they recommend for your dog's specific situation. Another herbal formula often recommended for seizures is Jing Tang's Di Tan Tang.
What is the recommended dose for a 85 lb dog?
Thank you for your question! 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. The length of time the bottle will last depends on the dose your vet recommends in that range. If you find out how many grams per day your vet recommends, you can figure out how long it will last. You can divide 90 by the number of grams per day your vet recommends to see how many days the bottle will last. To request authorization from your vet, you can go here: https://tcvmpet.com/pages/get-an-authorization.
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