Available in 30ml and 100ml
Stress, anxiety, hyperactivity
Valerian (Valeriana officinalis):Many studies have shown Valerian to be a powerful, nonaddictive and anti-spasmodic nerve relaxant, sedative, and pain reliever. Its actions are due to its calming and balancing effect on the central nervous system. Traditionally used for all states of nervous anxiety and irritability, agitation and hysteria, tension migraines and insomnia.
Skullcap (Scutellaria laterifolia):A good relaxing herb, known to exert a tonic effect on the nervous system. A wonderful non-addictive remedy, traditionally used for nervous tension, anxiety, hysteria, agitation, insomnia, muscle cramps and spasm and tension headaches.
Oats (Avena sativa): A gentle calming herb with a special affinity with the nervous system. In combination with Valerian the synergy is special, each herb enhancing the action of the other.
Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata): A wonderful herb traditionally used for insomnia, anxiety and irritability, its non-addictive calming effect is due to its action on the central nervous system.
- At times of stress the body uses vitamins and minerals at a high rate, in particular B vitamins. Supplementing the diet with a specially designed animal multi-vitamin and multi-mineral complex can be beneficial. Brewers yeast is high in B vitamins and can be sprinkled on to food.
- Extra vitamin C is always beneficial.
- Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) have been shown to be useful in the treatment of anxiety and stress.
Directions & Dosage: The suggested dose on the bottle gives a drop amount. Small dogs and cats should be given a dose around the lower figure, large dogs should be given a dose around the higher figure. Pigeons and aviary birds, use one drop per bird in drinking water. Because the combinations are in tincture, it is advisable to put drops into a little hot (not boiling) water and allow to cool before administrating. This allows the alcohol to evaporate off.
- Review by Gail Quinn