Size/Quantity: Concentrated 0.5g Capsules #100
TCVM Principles: Break down Blood stasis, transform phlegm, support the body's natural removal of nodules, and resolve stagnation
Veterinary authorization required.
Bai Zhi, Ban Xia, Chuan Xiong, Dan Shen, Gao Ben, Ge Gen, Hong Hua, Jiang Can, Quan Xie, Sheng Ma, Zhe Bei Mu
Ingredients: Gelatin, may contain Gluten-free maltodextrin
My senior dog is 7lbs. What dose of this medication would I give him? I do have him on other supplements, any known drug interactions? Thanks!
Thank you for your question! There are no known side effects or interactions with Jing Tang herbs other than mild gastrointestinal distress that occurs in some animals when herbs are started. For smaller animals, we recommend this product: https://tcvmpet.com/products/stasis-in-mansion-of-mind-concentrated-0-2g-capsules-50-html?variant=14813927702577. The manufacturer's recommend dose is once daily for dogs/cats <10lbs. We require a veterinary authorization for all herbal orders. You can request that here: https://tcvmpet.com/pages/get-an-authorization
What exactly does this treat? And, how does it work?
Thank you for your question! Jing Tang's Stasis in Mansion of Mind is often recommended by TCVM vets to help with the underlying causes of brain tumors. The herbs in this formula work synergistically to Break down Blood stasis, transform phlegm, resolve nodules, and relieve pain.
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