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  • Wet type cough
  • May wheeze
  • Senior canine citizen
Lung Qi Support: Kidney Yang Deficiency

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Traditional Chinese Medicine Pattern Traditional Chinese Medicine Action
  • Coughing with mucus
  • Gagging up mucus
  • Strengthens spleen/kidney yang
  • Transforms phlegm/damp
  • Normalizes lung qi
  • Relieves symtoms of cough
Combo prod & recommended prod
Lung Qi Support: Yang Deficiency
Hound Honey Phlegm-Damp
Lung Qi Support: Yang Deficiency
Immu GO (180 wafers)
Hound Honey: Phlegm-Damp -
This is a must have product. This is a soothing blend of herbs and honey that helps sooth the lung system for symptoms associated with respiratory distress. When used with the Lung Qi-Support for Yang Deficiency pattern, it packs a powerful punch to add to your healing tool box.
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Tummy Qi -
This formula treats the pet's indigestion with epigastric distention and pain, poor appetite, burping-belching, acid eructation, presenting as liver-stomach disharmony, liver-stomach depressive heat, or liver-gallbladder damp heat nausea.
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Immu G.O. -
Raw concentrated spleen, bone marrow & thymus organ meat in a wafer to help build immune system naturally.
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Paw-Zymes -
There is no taste, thus there is no problems with administration; In the terms of Chinese medicine we recommend enzmyes to help transform digesetive phlegm.
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Key symptom:  very  wet and deep cough:

  • Deep sounding cough
  • Presence of mucus if dog vomits regularly
  • Deep wet cough
  • Allergy Cough 

Causes of a Kidney Deficiency cough:  This type of Traditional Chinese medicine cough pattern may result from an inappropriate diet observed in dogs that eat  foods such as rice, wheat, barley and oats, or poor quality food. You may call it an ALLERGY COUGH, Traditional Chinese medicine views it as a failure of the Yang qi to transform and warm Yin Qi. Phlegm-Damp coughing may also caused by a weak digestive system or may occur as a result  multiple courses of antibiotics.  Traditional Chinese medicine states; "The spleen is the maker of Phlegm and the lungs are the holder of phlegm.

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