If given at the beginning of an illness, Aconitum napellus can often stop an illness from progressing. This medicine be used to treat the initial stages of croup, urinary tract infection, scarlatiniform viral exanthems, otitis media, and influenza, among other conditions.
Atropa bella-donna vet benefits:
In human phytotherapy Atropa belladonna preparations are mainly used against spasms and colic-like pains in gastro-intestinal and biliary tract.
Bryonia vet benefits:
Bryonia, also called bryony, is a plant-based homeopathic remedy that's been used to relieve constipation, upset stomach, and fluid retention. It's also been used to treat chronic conditions such as arthritis, cancer, and liver disease.
Cinchona pubescens vet benefits:
Cinchona is used for increasing appetite; promoting the release of digestive juices; and treating bloating, fullness, and other stomach problems. It is also used for blood vessel disorders including hemorrhoids, varicose veins, and leg cramps.
Conium maculatum vet benefits:
Conium is a homeopathic remedy that can help animals with hind-limb weakness, it can also benefit old dogs with weak bladder muscles and prostate.
Gelsemium sempervirens vet benefits:
Gelsemium is used in homeopathic remedies to treat fearfulness in dogs because, in extremely small doses, gelsemium decreases blood pressure. It's also extremely dangerous, as all parts of the gelsemium plant are poisonous.
St. John's wort vet benefits:
John's wort can serve as a calming agent for your dog's nervous system, improving cognitive functions, mood, and sleep. With the right treatment plan and the oversight of a veterinarian, St. John's wort can have a powerful positive effect on your pet's overall health. This herb can also have pain-relieving qualities.
St John's wort contains the toxin hypericin, which causes photosensitisation in sheep, cattle, horses and goats. The skin damage associated with this problem leads to weight loss, reduced productivity and, in extreme cases, death.
St. John's Wort appears quite safe for use in dogs and cats. "Photosensitization (sensitivity to sunlight) is possible with extended use of high doses." Photosensitization (sensitivity to sunlight) is possible with extended use of high doses.
Lycopodium clavatum vet benefits
Lycopodium is a homeopathic remedy for the liver and gastrointestinal tract in pets. It is indicated for constipation, bloating below the navel and gas.
Lycopodium — Constipation or diarrhea. Flatulence common, loud and smelly. Dog is fear aggressive, yet acts guilty.
Rhus toxicodendron vet benefits:
Used for stiff joints, back pain, rheumatism, also for strains and sprains, especially to muscles. Also used in allergy related skin conditions. Suitable for dogs, cats and small animals, including rabbits and others.
Denes Nux Vomica is a homeopathic supplement to help with constipation, restore digestion after an upset, detoxify the liver and help stimulate your pet's appetite. It can be used for vomiting that has been caused by overeating, change in diet or rich food, and for colitis induced by similar problem.
Useful in speeding up the recovery process in fractures and ensuring that they heal well. Also extremely useful in helping with joint, cartilage, ligament and tendon injuries. Often used alongside other remedies. Benefits general injuries to the eye, helping with ulcers.