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Jing Tang Stasis Breaker Concentrated 0.2g Capsules #50

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Jing Tang Stasis Breaker Concentrated 0.2g Capsules #50  - TCVM Pet Supply

Jing Tang Stasis Breaker Concentrated 0.2g Capsules #50

Stasis Breaker

Size/Quantity: Concentrated 0.2g Capsules #50

TCVM Principles: Breaks Blood stasis, softens the hardness and supports the body's natural removal of masses.

Veterinary authorization required.

Ingredients

Bai Hua She She Cao, E Zhu. Mu Li (Shu), San Leng, Zhe Bei Mu

Ingredients: Gelatin, may contain Gluten-free maltodextrin

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • My vet is not into natural treatment, so how can I get the stasis breaker for my border collie with cancer?

    Thank you for your question! I'm so sorry your border collie has cancer.

    We recommend getting a virtual consult with one of our vets at www.franklintnvet.com or www.whiteoakvet.com. They can give you natural options for your pet and provide an authorization for herbs. If you prefer an in-person visit and aren't in the Nashville area, we recommend checking the list on tcvm.net for a TCVM vet in your area.

    We also recommend Complement Immune supplement and a Blood-Building diet for cancer. These two products are not herbal formulas, so you can get them without an authorization. You can also make a blood-building diet at home.

  • For a 64lb dog. What is the recommended gram quantity for stasis breaker. She has bumps all over her body.

    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.