Heartworm Support Formula Instructions:
FOLLOW THESE STEPS:
A) Dogs should take the formula for120 days and, then test for the baby heartworms (called microfilaria). This is a blood smear test called the KNOTT test.
We would expect a negative test. If you don't received a negative test, please call us.
Once tested negative for the baby heartworms, and only after16 more weeks you should then have your dog take an adult worm ANTIGEN test, either by the vet, or buy a Heartworm Home Rapid ResponseTest, you can find that on Amazon. You want to have a negative test after 32 weeks. Please call us if this is not the case.
B) Dogs experiencing coughing and fatigue should also be taking the Heart & Lung Qi Support Formula to help move blood through the vessels to help subdue extreme coughing which helps them to be more comfortable.
#2) The usage on the bottle is the minimum use so for all dogs we suggest that until you get a negative baby heartworm test (microfillria test and it’s the called Knotts test) you should be giving your dog the following until then:
#3) This is not a fast process so you must adhere to the program and understand that one month will not work so it’s important to stay consistent. The negative baby heartworm test (called microfilaria a.k.a. Knotts test) will tell you how the progress is going. Once you receive a negative baby heartworm test you may reduce the herbs to the usage listed on the bottle for the rest of the time.
We keep track of every dog, so please make sure you answer us each month. Heartworm is a complicated problem, we are here to answer all questions. Please feel free to send all questions to Holly@pawhealer.com
This helpful herbal formula is for dogs who have an obstruction of the heart and lung system. It is an herbal formula which in the chest, strongly moves blood and qi, thus it supports healthly breathing and symptomatic relief from coughing.
Kidney Support Formula is added so as to enhance the natural processes that help dog naturally rid itself of toxic invasions.
Historical Use Of Chinese Herbs for Foreign Invaders
The very famous Chinese medical book, Shang Han Lun, published during the Chinese Han Dynasty (200-219 AD), in detail describes symptoms that arise from infestations of roundworms (this literature is over 2000 years old and is the oldest documented source of an organized medical system).
The Shang Han Lun provides Chinese herbalists the knowledge to support one's ability to naturally expel roundworms. In the case of humans, infestation occurs in the gallbladder or intestines, and in canines the worms will nest in the heart and/or the intestines. Chinese herbal medicine has been using herbs to expel roundworms for thousands of years.
Once there lived a very famous practitioner whose name was Dr. Ke Qi, he did a really good job of metaphorically describing how herbals work;
"When roundworms encounter sourness, they are calmed. When they encounter acridity they are spent; when they encounter bitterness they are purged" (he is referring to the flavor of the different herbs)
When a dog (or person) has contracted worms the Chinese medical term is "Chong Ji". The treatment principle is as follows; "Expel worms and to disperse accumulations". Translation: This means that we use herbs to stimulate your dog's natural power so as to maintain an internal environment that is free of foreign invaders.