Formulated for associated symptoms such as loose stools, nausea, bloating, decreased appetite, fatigue, flatulence and offensive odors.
Directions: Pets, under 50 lbs., give 3 drops (50 to 500 lbs. - 6 drops, over 500 lbs. - 1/2 teaspoon) as needed or as directed by a health professional. Place in mouth or purified water.
Active Ingredients: Equal parts of Aesculus hippocastanum 6x, Juglans regia 6x, Aconitum napellus 15x, Argentum nitricum 15x, Arsenicum album 15x, Baptisia tinctoria 15x, Bryonia 15x, Carbo vegetabilis 15x, Chamomilla 15x, Cinchona officinalis 15x, Collinsonia canadensis 15x, Colocynthis 15x, Elaterium 15x, Gelsemium sempervirens 15x, Ipecacuanha 15x, Iris versicolor 15x, Lycopodium clavatum 15x, Podophyllum peltatum 15x, Raphanus sativus 15x, Tabacum 15x, Vaccinium myrtillus 15x, Zingiber officinale 15x, Pyrogenium 30x.
Liquid Inactive Ingredients: USP Purified water; USP Gluten-free, non-GMO, organic cane alcohol 20%.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Diarrhea~Gas may be administered for symptoms of the following conditions:
Aconitum napellus: Nausea and sweating before and after loose stool.
Aesculus hippocastanum: Anus raw, sore; Belching, nausea, vomiting.
Argentum nitricum: Gas and distention; Diarrhea from emotions; Thick mucus.
Arsenicum album: Food poisoning with diarrhea; Small offensive stools; Vomiting.
Baptisia tinctoria: Very fetid, exhausting diarrhea; Fullness and distention of abdomen.
Bryonia: Diarrhea, gushing worse in the morning; Stomach sensitive to touch.
Carbo vegetabilis: Diarrhea; Debility; Flatulence.
Chamomilla: Flatulence; Lienteric stools (watery with undigested food) smelling like bad eggs; Foul belchings.
Cinchona officinalis: Bloated; Food poisoning; Parasites; Diarrhea.
Collinsonia canadensis: Alternate constipation and diarrhea.
Colocynthis: Stools frothy, watery, shreddy, yellow, sour or gelatinous with flatulence and pain; Jelly-like stools.
Elaterium: Squirting diarrhea, frothy, olive green with cutting in abdomen.
Gelsemium sempervirens: Periodic colic with diarrhea, yellow discharges.
Ipecacuanha: Stools brown, grass or yellow-green, frothy, molasses-like or bloody, slimy.
Iris versicolor: Vomiting of sour or bitter substances; Stools, bilious, acrid, watery, burn like fire; Diarrhea.
Juglans regia: Belchings are violent; Stools are liquid twice per day, preceded or accompanied by abdominal pain.
Lycopodium clavatum: Gas and bloating; Malnutrition; Small amounts of food produce fullness.
Podophyllum peltatum: Alternating conditions (diarrhea and constipation); Hot, sour belching, nausea and vomiting.
Pyrogenium: Involuntary escape of stool when passing flatus; Horribly offensive, brown-black painless involuntary stools.
Raphanus sativus: Stool liquid, frothy, profuse, brown with colic; Loss of appetite; Distended abdomen.
Tabacum: Nausea; Vomiting; Diarrhea.
Vaccinium myrtillus: Abdomen is blown up with flatulence; Effects of vaccination.
Zingiber officinale: Diarrhea; Flatulence; Food poisoning; Nausea; Bad food or water.
|My 15 year old dashound has had a yellowish foul smelling vomit so I give the recommended dose and he is often feeling better within a matter of hours. I truly recommend this product for such illness. I also use the rheumatic joint care. You can pronounce all the ingredients also. That is important to me. These products work.|
|- Robin Simonds, OH|