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  • Recent on-set 
  • Cold like symtpoms
  • Lung and nasal congestion
Lung Qi Support: KC Attack

Lung Qi Support for KC Attack
Traditional Chinese Medicine Pattern Traditional Chinese Medicine Action
  • Wind-Cold External Attack
  • Recently began
  • Symptoms of cough and gagging 
  • Exposure via other dogs


  • Send rebellious lung qi downwards
  • Releases the exterior
  • Dries phlegm 
Combo prod & recommended prod
Lung Qi Support KC-Attack (Hound Honey)
Paw-Zymes LP
Lung Qi Support KC-Attack (Hound Honey)
Paw-Zymes LP
Tummy Qi
Tummy Qi
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.
Immu G.O. -
Raw concentrated spleen, bone marrow & thymus organ meat in a wafer to help build immune system naturally.

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.

 Lung Qi Support (KC-Attack):
* To use for just one week *
This is an herbal syrup For dogs that have been kenneled or have been around dogs that have the common Kennel Cough.
According to Chinese medicine, a cough is simply a failure of the natural descent of lung qi, or rebellion of lung qi upwards. In the case of this type of an acute cough, what you call Kennel Cough, is what we call coughing that is caused by an external pathogen like Wind, Cold or Heat.
For you to chose this particular formula, which we call a Wind-Cold type of excess cough, your dog must have a recent cough, less than three weeks. If the cough has been occurring longer than this time, you will need to pick from our other coughing formulas, that are for the more chronic types of cough.
This is a formula that is to be used a short  period of time, seven to ten days. The powder and the syrup work quickly to relieve the symptoms of your dog's Kennel Cough.

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