|Brand||Qi Blends for Pets|
|Unit Size||2 fl oz|
Directions & Dosage
Treatment Course – 30 days. Due to the life cycle of intestinal parasites, a full course of treatment is necessary even if all parasites appear to be gone after several days. If needed, follow up with treatment for seven days per month following the full initial course of treatment.*
Mix blend into food. Because of the sweet flavor of the glycerine in our blends, most dogs enjoy the taste. Some dogs may need the herbs to be mixed into wet food.
1-25 pound dogs – 10-15 drops, 2-3x/day
A squeeze of the dropper bulb fills it about halfway up. This is considered a “dropperful.”
Not for use during pregnancy, nursing, or by puppies under 6 months unless prescribed by a veterinarian. Consult a vet before combining this product with any other medication. If side effects occur or symptoms persist, consult your veterinarian.
Herbal remedies are not intended as a replacement for professional veterinary care. If you think your dog may have a health problem, please consult a veterinarian. If side effects occur or symptoms persist, please discontinue use and consult your vet.
For Dogs: Aids the body to –
Anti-Parasite Blend is based on a classical Chinese formula which was originally used in young children with intestinal parasites. It is therefore gentle to the digestive system, balancing anti-parasitic herbs with herbs that strengthen and protect digestion. It is broad spectrum and used for a variety of parasitic infestations.*
An important aspect of this herbal blend is the balance of two energies. The anti-parasitic herbs are used to kill the invading parasite, dispersing and moving the energy (or “Qi”) to eliminate the parasite from the digestive tract. Other herbs in the blend are used to disperse stagnant food, ensuring that food is properly digested, and to strengthen and build the Qi of the Spleen.*
In Chinese medicine, the Spleen is considered to be the key organ to regulate digestion. Keep in mind that the Spleen in Chinese medicine theory is not the same as its western counterpart. Each Chinese “organ” has a number of functions throughout the body having to do with an anatomical structure as well as corresponding emotions, tissues, sensory organs, and elements.*
The main function of the Spleen is to transform food and drink into Qi. The Spleen is also responsible for transporting the Qi throughout the body. It separates “clear essence” which becomes Qi from “turbid waste” which is excreted. When the Spleen is functioning well, digestion will be good and energy will be strong.*
The Chinese medicine treatment principles of this blend are to –
Due to the life cycle of intestinal parasites, a 30 day course of treatment is necessary even if the dog appears to be symptom-free after several days. Follow up courses of 7 days per month may be necessary in some cases. Anti-parasite blend is designed for the long term use necessary to completely rid the dog of worms. By harmonizing the dispersing and fortifying energies of the herbs in this blend, dogs should experience a free flow of energy without side effects.*
Ku Lian Pi (Cortex Radicis Meliae Azerdachis), Bing Lang (Semen Arecae Catechu), Shen Qu (Massa Medica Fermentata), Rou Dou Kou (Semen Myristicae Fragrantis), Mai Ya (Fructus Germinatus Hordei Vulgaris), Mu Xiang (Radix Auklandiae Lappae), Shi Jun Zi (Fructus Quisqualis Indicae), Huang Lian (Rhizoma Coptidis Chinensis), in a base of pure vegetable glycerine, water, and organic alcohol (total alcohol content less than 4%)