Herbs known to soothe irritation associated with allergy have been used for thousands of years- Many of these Herbs, like Chamomile and Euphorbia having been recorded as being used by many ancient civilisations for conditions such as hives and dry skin.
Animal Botanical Canine Allergy formulation can be given at frequent intervals at the first signs of an allergic rash or itchy problem. This may prevent the situation developing into something more chronic. Many of our clients have reported an easing of their dogs scratching and irritation after a few days, whilst others report a reduction in symptoms after a few weeks.
Animal Botanical™ Allergy formulation contains some of the most reliable and traditionally used herbs for reducing inflammatory process associated with Allergy.
The key ingredients in Animal Botanical™ Allergy formula 106 being Alfalfa, Vervain, St John’s Wort, Chamomile, Euphorbia, Thuja, and Albizia
Euphorbia hirta (Euphorbia) A prominent herb in both Chinese herbal medicine and Western herbal medicine. A study published in March 2012 from Chendu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine found that Euphorbia (ethanol extracted herb) had prominent anti-anaphylactic activity in animals. This study validates the traditional use of this herb throughout the ages.(Youssouf et al.,2007:Singh et al., 2006).
Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla). This wonderfully simple herbal tea is underrated as studies are now finding. Chamomile when given in a 1:2 ethanol extract for 11 days supressed itching in animals. (Kobayashi 2003) Veterinary Herbal Medicine Wynne, Fougre.2007 Eslevier, Mosby.
Thuja (Thuja occidentalis) is a significant herb in Ayuvedic medicine otherwise known as the Northern White Cedar. Studies have demonstrated an ethanol based extract has an anti-microbial action as well demonstrating anti-fungal activity due to the thujone content (a volatile oil) . Thuja extracts also demonstrated a high anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory activity ( Dubey and Batra) Brijesh,Ruchi,Sanjita,Saumya 2012. ISSN: 0975-8585.
ST John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) Animal studies show that H. perforatum acts as an anti-oxidant and therefore has neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory properties. It is suggested that the anti-inflammatory response to H.perforatum is at the DNA level, inhibiting the expression of pro-inflamamtory genes. Oxidative Stress and Disease Iris F. F. Benzie and Sissi Wachtel-Galor. Boca Raton (FL): CRC Press/Taylor & Francis; 2011.
Animal Botanical’s Master Herbalist has combined these significant herbs with other alterative herbs such as Albizia as a complete herbal formulation that may help to reduce inflammation associated with Allergy.
FOR ANIMAL CONSUMPTION ONLY
Key Nutrient Analysis
Water(H2O), Ethanol (C2H6O), Medicago sativa (Alfalfa) Verbena officinalis (Vervain) Hypericum perfortaum (St John’s Wort) Matricaria chamomilla (Chamomile) Euphorbia pilulifera (Euphorbia hirta) Thuja occidentalis (Thuja) Albizia lebbeck (Albizia) Dr Bach’s ™ Walnut, Impatiens, Holly, Rescue Remedy ™
Instructions for Use
- Small dog < 5 kilos: provide 3-5 drops twice daily on or within feed
- Medium dog < 25 kilos: provide 5-15 drops twice daily on or within feed
- Large dog > 25 kilos: provide 15-30 drops twice daily on or within feed
- Shake well before use. For best results maintain use over the allergy season. Discontinue use 24 hours prior to any surgical procedure and wait 24 hours after surgery before continuing use.
Instructions for Safe Handling
Take care when opening and dispensing to avoid spillage.
Store in a cool dark place.
Formula 106- Contains herbs that have been traditionally used to settle skin irritations. Formulated by a Master Herbalist. Manufactured in Australia to the highest standards.
100 mls provides approximately 8-14 weeks supply.
- 100% vegan
- grain free
- steroid free
- no synthetic fillers or isolates
- easy to administer in feed
- formulation used in professional clinical practice for over 20 years showing consistently reliable results
For Animal Use Only
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