Indications for Use: Motion sickness, nausea, vomiting.
Antimonium crudum 5CH
Nux Vomica 30K
Available in: 30 ml oral drop bottle, or tube of granules.
Motion sickness: 10 drops or 5 granules, thirty minutes before departure. Repeat every 2 to 3 hours.
Vomiting: 10 drops or 5 granules every half hour. Decrease frequency as soon as symptoms improve.
Aethusa Reduces vomiting and gastroenteritis due to milk intolerance in young animals.
Antimonium crudum Useful for large, fat, lymphatic, and somnolent animals, intoxicated by excessive and inappropriate feeding. The organism reacts by vomiting, sometimes accompanied by constipation alternating with diarrhea. The highly intoxicated animal will present skin rashes to a greater or lesser degree.
Cocculus Treats motion sickness. The dog or cat lies on the floor of the car, salivates, vomits, but does not move. Is not able to look out the window. Condition is aggravated by plenty of fresh air and by the cold, so the window should not be open.
Gelsemium Reduces fear due to anticipation for the eemotional dog or cat that trembles with fear and has sphincter incontinence. The animal does not move, is aloof, barely opens its eyes, and is unsteady from muscular weakness. No thirst.
Ipeca Calms violent and persistent bouts of nausea that do not bring relief, as well as gastritis, a painful stomach, and the absence of thirst and appetite. Reduces vomiting of food mixed with mucus, bile, acid, and sometimes blood, and is at times accompanied by diarrhea, colic, and intense itching.
Nux vomica Useful for animals with a coated tongue, inflamed and swollen gums, and bad breath, especially in the morning. The animal’s appetite is irregular (causing the animal to either be voracious or eat nothing), accompanied by vomiting of bile or food from excess. The animal falls asleep after eating.
Petroleum Reduces bouts of constant nausea and vomiting in the car. The animal seeks fresh air (puts its nose near the door).
Tabacun Treats motion sickness and reduces vertigo, nausea, and the tendency to faint. The animal needs fresh air, even though its extremities are cold. No thirst or hunger.
For healthy animals!
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