Size/Quantity: Concentrated 0.2g Capsules #50
TCVM Principles: Nourish Heart Yin and Blood, calm down Shen, and soothe Liver Qi
Veterinary authorization required.
Bai Shao Yao, Bai Zi Ren, Chai Hu, Dan Shen, Dang Gui, Fu Shen, Mai Men Dong, Mu Li (Shu), Qing Pi, Suan Zao Ren (Sheng), Tian Men Dong, Wu Wei Zi, Xiang Fu, Xuan Shen, Ye Jiao Teng, Yuan Zhi
Ingredients: Gelatin, may contain Gluten-free maltodextrin
Would it be possible to get the bottle of powder? The capsules are a pain to open and mix in my dog's food. The powder is what I started with and then my vet stopped carrying it and I had to switch to capsules. Thank you for your help.
Thank you for your question! If your vet allows substitutions on your authorization, you may get powder rather than capsules.
I have a 68 lb golden retriever. What Shen Calmer would you recommend for him?
Thanks for your question! The Concentrated 90g Powder is almost always the most cost effective formula for medium to large dogs and horses, giving you the lowest price per day. Your vet can recommend a good starting dose in grams for your dog, and then you can tell how long the Concentrated 90g powder would last you. It can be easily mixed into food. The capsules tend to cost slightly more per day to account for the labor involved in putting the powder into the capsules and the material to make the capsules. But, no need to worry! The Shen Calmer powders and capsules all contain the same herbs. If you'd like to request authorization from your vet, please visit this link: https://tcvmpet.com/pages/get-an-authorization.
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