Anti-Inflammatory - McDowell's Herbal Treatments

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Many dogs with diagnosed Rheumatism or Arthritis are on long term anti-inflammatory drugs for pain, and most of these are at risk from the side effects of such medications.

I recommend experimenting with traditional herbal anti-inflammatory combinations.

Herbal medicine throughout the ages had a large number of herbs at its disposal to treat a wide variety of aches and pains and I have chosen a combination of very reliable remedies offering the possibility of reversing the condition altogether.

My Anti-Inflammatory formulation contains Devils Claw, White Willow, Guiacum, Burdock, Pine Bark, Comfrey, Yarrow and Rosehips as well as the Bach Flower remedies Honeysuckle, Vine, Walnut and Rescue Remedy.

I find this combination very useful and safe in replacing, fully or partially, dependence on pharmaceutical anti-inflammatory and pain killing drugs.

Once benefits are achieved through the use of this treatment and dependence in pharmecutical anti-inflammatories is reduced, I recommend a followup consultation during which I will investigate the underlying causes of your dog's condition. I will then be able to make suggestions and formulate more specific treatments if necessary to further improve your dog's long term prospects and quality of life.

Dose: 5 drops for Tiny and Small Breeds; 10 drops for Medium and Large breeds. (Please use the "Ask A Question" link below, to ensure you get the best Herbal Program or to check the correct dose for your dog!)


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McDowell's staff Herbalists can not diagnose your disease or illness. What they can do is offer a herbal program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. If you have unexplained pain or symptoms, seek medical advice.

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