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Choose This Pattern If:

  • The seizure symptoms are intermittent
  • Your pet seems lethargic and tired
  • Your pet may cough or wheeze
  • Stools are unformed and loose

Chinese Herbal Formula Uses:

  • Helps manage the symptom of seizures
  • Soothes the nervous system
  • Benefits the digestive system

Traditional Chinese Herb Action:

  • Strengthens the Spleen
  • Transforms Phlegm
  • Helps to manage symptoms of seizures
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    • Very Safe For Old Dogs.
    • Herbal granules (can be sprinkled on food or mixed into wet food)

    Here is what Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine Says;

    The first pattern associated with seizures in dogs is called Liver Yang Rising, and it arises from liver constraint caused by too much heat or too much dryness. If the liver blood stores of blood are severely weakened, they affect the fluids and yin of the rest of the body. Without enough fluid to cool the dog's s body, a relative internal heat or false fire can occur. This fire rises upward in a quick rush, and dog seizures are often the result.(Four Paws Five Directions; Cheryl Schwartz, DVM)

    The second pattern of seizures,
     according to Chinese herbal theory, states that the cause of seizures is due to the existence of Wind and Phlegm. Chinese theory goes on to say that "without Phlegm, there are no seizures."

    What does this mean to you?

    "The link between diet and a dog that experiences seizures remains a strong clinical impression on the part of alternative veterinary medical practitioners" (Manuel of Natural Veterinary Medicine).

    The holistic thinking is that in the many cases of epilepsy, there is a suggestion that there may actually be a type of a food sensitivity reaction, TCM calls this "diet taxation." Our suggestion: A diet of grain and dairy free food. Chinese theory considers these foods phlegm makers and phlegm is bad!

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    The triple combo pack consists of Calming Seizure Support: Spleen Phlegm with Wind herbal formula, PawZymes digestive enzymes, and Animinerals. It focuses on the idea that bagged and processed food is considered the root cause of the phlegm that Traditional Chinese Medicine attributes to Wind (seizures). Digestive enzymes help support the digestive system for food that is lacking in whole nutrients. We like the addition of the minerals since Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) considers them substances that anchor yang, in other words, you could say they are grounding. In the terms of western supplements, they are said to be the spark plugs of life.