Size/Quantity: 90g Concentrated Powder
TCVM Principles: Harmonize and release Shao Yang disorders, soothe Liver Qi and resolve Stagnation.
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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
Hello, I have a 12 year old male mixed canine M/N patient with a large, highly vascularized liver mass- the surgeons say that it is unrespectable, that he could bleed to death on the table, and and say prognosis is grim. We do not have a definitive diagnosis but there is no metastasis. he is clinically OK right now, eating seems happy. This is a dog who has been very anxious through out his life, has had years of elevated liver enzymes and as a younger dog had many orthopedic surgeries due to failed implants, (TPLO, total hip replacement etc.). He also has a history of mega esophagus. Whay herbs can help? Yunnan Baiyoa?? Xiao Chai Hu Tang? Any suggestions appreciated.
We are very sorry for the challenges you are facing with your dog's vascularized liver mass. In order to find the best TCVM herbal remedy, you need a consultation with a TCVM veterinarian. To find a holistic or TCVM vet in your area, just go to Dr. Xie's Jing Tang Herbal Website at http://www.tcvmherbal.com/. Dr. Huisheng Xie, the creator of Jing Tang TCVM herbal blends, is also one of the leading TCVM educators in the United States. If you look to the left of the page, there is a search box with which you can search for veterinarians in your area that attended his school. If you still can’t find a holistic vet in your area, one of our veterinarians can help you via a telemedicine consultation. If interested, please contact us via the website contact form. If you have any other questions or if we can help you in any way, just let me know!
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