Dispel Stasis in the Lower Palace, 300 Tablets

Dispel Stasis in the Lower Palace, 300 Tablets

Dispel Stasis in the Lower Palace, 300 Tablets

SKU KV108B-300
Brand Kan Essentials Veterinarian Formulas
Unit Size 300 tablets, (500mg)
Dosage Varies, depending on the animal's sensitivity to the herbs, condition classification as acute or chronic, and animal compliance with formula administration. Consult a veterinary professional or the Kan Essentials website for final dosage selection.
Contraindications Pregnancy
Chinese Symptomology Chilliness, occasional urinary incontinence, hind limb weakness Blood stasis accumulating in the lower abdomen Occasional lower back pain, occasional abdominal distension
Actions Warms the Yang of the Lower Burner, invigorates Blood and Qi, dispels Blood stasis*
Pattern Tonifies and moves Blood, moves Qi, tonifies Spleen, drains Dampness
Tongue The tongue is often pale, lavender or purple
Pulse The pulse is frequently weak and erratic, but may be more toned

Recommended Animal Dosages


The following dosage recommendations are based upon dosages for humans and our practicing veterinarians' feedback. Dosage suggestions should be used as a guideline and professional veterinarian judgment employed in the final dosage selection.

Horse and Pony Dosages (BID)*
Weight Extracts Tablets
330 - 650 lbs 47 - 92 drops/1.5 - 3 cc 5 - 9 tabs
650 - 1000 lbs 92 - 142 drops/3 - 5 cc 9 - 13 tabs
*Administer to Horses and Ponies up to Two Times Daily (BID) with Meals

Dog Dosages (TID)**
Weight Extracts Tablets
1 - 8 lbs 1 - 2 drops 1/10 - 1/5 tab
9 - 18 lbs 3 drops 1/3 tab
19 - 36 lbs 6 drops 1/2 tab
37 - 75 lbs 12 drops 1 tab
76 - 100 lbs 24 drops 2 tabs
**Administer to Dogs and Cats up to Three Times Daily (TID) with Meals

Cat Dosages (TID)**
Weight Extracts Tablets
less than 6 lbs 1 - 2 drops 1/10 - 1/5 tab
6 - 10 lbs 2 - 3 drops 1/5 - 1/3 tab
11 - 20 lbs 4 - 6 drops 1/3 - 1/2 tab
**Administer to Dogs and Cats up to Three Times Daily (TID) with Meals
Chinese name Shao Fu Zhu Yu Tang
English name Fennel Seed and Corydalis Combination

Dispels Blood stasis in the Lower Burner, invigorates Blood and Qi, warms the Yang of the Lower Burner. *


Tips for Administering Traditional Chinese Herbal Formulas to Animals

Bioavailable Extracts

Liquid extracts are the most bioavailable form of Chinese Herbology delivery available, surpassing any other type of concentration, including tablets and concentrated powders. Because of the low dosage required, they are the preferred method for the treatment of cats. They are easy to digest and excellent for older animals and those with poor digestion or immune deficiencies. Liquid extracts are assimilated within 15 minutes of ingestion and are ideal for acute conditions.

If an alcohol-free administration is desired, the alcohol can be diluted or evaporated, or the extract drops may be added to freshly boiled water. Allow 5 to 10 minutes for the alcohol to evaporate. The extract drops can then be added to drinking water, food or directly by dropper to the animal's mouth.

Recipes to Increase Compliance

Dogs and Cats: Mix the extracts with a choice of several different ingredients including glycerin, honey, fish, tuna fish water, chicken broth or clam juice. Glycerin and honey are palatably sweet while fish covers the flavor. Water-packed tuna is effective for dispensing to cats. If the dog or cat has little or no appetite or diarrhea, mixing the extract with a bit of chicken broth works well.

Horses and Ponies: Combine the herbal extract with apple cider vinegar, or with honey or molasses and mix into oats or pellets.

Efficacious Tablets

Tablets are convenient for ensuring consistent dosage over longer periods of time and for alcohol sensitive animals. They are also are an excellent mode of delivery for larger animals such as dogs and horses.

Edible Tips

Crush the tablets and mix into food to assist in the animal's maximum absorption of the Chinese herbs.

Dogs and Cats: Hide the whole or crushed tablets in small pieces of their favorite food. For example a tablet may be wrapped inside a slice of turkey or chicken, or be hidden in a piece of cheese or meat. Although our tablets are not considered odorous by human standards, they could be for animals. A strongly flavored food, such as tuna fish, may be used to mask the odor.

Horses and Ponies: mix the crushed tablets with honey or molasses and blend with pellets or oats. You can hide the tablets in their favorite food as well.



Pinyin Name

Common Name

Dang gui wei

Dong quai root tail

Pu huang

Bulrush pollen

Zhi yan hu suo

Prepared corydalis yanhusuo tuber

Chi shao

Chinese red peony root

Chuan xiong

Sichuan lovage rhizome

Mo yao

Myrrh resin

Rou gui

Chinese cinnamon bark

Xiao hui xiang

Fennel fruit

Gan jiang

Dried ginger rhizome

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