Lipoma, Fatty Lumps & Bumps:

Dissolve Herbal Formula

Dissolve Herbal Formula
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Choose This Pattern If:

  • Your dog has fatty lumps (lipomas)
  • The lumps and bumps are soft and moveable

Chinese Herbal Formula Uses:

  • Resolves fatty lumps and bumps (lipomas) 
  • Promotes healthy, smooth, lump free skin
  • Benefits all around mobility

Traditional Chinese Herb Action:

  • Disperses Nodules
  • Breaks Phlegm/Blood Stasis
  • Moves Qi and Blood
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  • Safe for old dogs
  • Herbs are a powder
  • Works for multiple fatty lumps

Why are our dogs getting so many Fatty Lumps (Lipomas)? That's the question we need to understand in order to rectify this situation.

First; A discussion of what these lumps and bumps are made of. 

These lumps are nothing but FAT. Chinese herbal theory calls these unsightly lumps "nodules", which is a general term to describe the many different types of swellings, masses, enlargements, hardness, lumps etc.

Nodules, as well as any hardened tissues, encompasses a wide variety of  conditions. When the cause is unknown, western medicine struggles to identify a diagnosis and a treatment. Conversely, Chinese theory is quite effective as it offers a wide range of  herbs to reduce the swelling and dissolve and disperse these nodules of fat and hardened tissues.

What causes these nodules to you think?

Well, it's the's opinion that these lumps are actually caused by the accumulation of something which is called phlegm and damp (FAT!), and we believe it's a result of a diet rich in grains (this include rice, oats, bran, wheat, etc). It's our thought that a dog's digestive system is just not properly equipped to completely handle these types of foods, and as a  result, digestion is bogged down

The second cause may be a weakening of the digestive system, maybe because of a constitutional predisposition and born with the deficiency., or because of an aging digestive system. As a dog gets older, the  "Yang Ming"  naturally begins to decline (digestive channels). So what do we do about that? Again, work with the diet and find foods that your dog can digest properly. Just because you have been feeding your dog the same food for 10 years does not mean that at this age, it won't cause a problem. Nobody, dog or person, stays the same for a lifetime.

These herbs are programmed by nature to break apart the accumulation of phlegm and damp, however, a critical component to the success of this herbal formula is accomplished by changing the lifestyle (menu) of the pet. 


The nodule is a general term that is used to describe many different types of goiter, lymphedema, swelling, mass, enlargement, hardness, scrofula, boil, carbuncle, sore, lump, furuncle, abscess, polyp, hordeolum or hard-seated lesion in the body. Though these conditions may have different etiology, they are all characterized by swelling, inflammation and possible infection.

Western Medical Approach: Many of these conditions have no treatment available. When infection is involved, antibiotics may be used orally or topically. When there are pain and inflammation, analgesic or anti-inflammation drugs may be used for symptomatic treatment. Lastly, surgery may be performed to remove the nodule or hardened tissues.

Traditional Chinese Herbal Approach: These nodules are considered to be stagnation of qi, blood, and phlegm. Furthermore, these herbs are also effective for hardness and nodules where there are no signs of infection and inflammation. For this application, however, herbs must be taken continuously for a few months to slowly dissolve and disperse these nodules and hardened tissues.

Summation: Nodules and hardened tissues encompass a wide variety of clinical conditions. When the cause is unknown, western medicine struggles to identify a diagnosis and a treatment. Traditional Chinese Herbal Theory, however, is quite effective as it offers a wide range of therapeutic substances to treat infection, reduce swelling and inflammation, and dissolve and disperse nodules and hardened tissues.

fu ling (Poria)
hai zao (Sargassum)
xia ku cao (Prunellae Spica)
xuan shen (Radix Scrophulariae)
zhe bei mu (Fritillaria Thunbergii Bulbus)
mu li (Concha Ostreae)
zhi shi (Aurantii Fructus Immaturus)
zao jiao ci (Spina Gleditsiae)
ru xiang (Olibanum Praep)
mo yao (Myrrha)
tong cao (Medulla Tetrapanacis)
  • Each bottle makes 200 capsules (when capsules are selected)
  • Each bottle contains 100 grams of herbal powder (if powder is selected) 
  • 1/4 teaspoon is equal to 1 gram of powder

Suggested Use of Powder and Capsules:

  • 5-20 pounds use  1/4 teaspoon powder twice a day or if capsules take 1 - 2 capsules twice per day
  • 21-50 pounds use  1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon powder twice a day or if capsules take 2 - 4 capsules twice per day
  • 51-90 pounds use  1 to 1.5 teaspoon powder twice a day or if capsules take 4 - 6 capsules twice per day
  • 90+   pounds use  2 teaspoons powder twice a day or if capsules take 7 - 8 capsules twice per day
This is a basic guideline whereby you may receive instructions individualized for your order.  And this can be increased by 50% if needed.

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(*) 1 bottle contains 100 gms powder