Pets Rheumatic Joint Care 1 fl oz
Formulated for symptoms associated with aging, weight gain, injury and other conditions of the bones, joints, muscles and tendons.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Rheumatic Joint Care may be administered for the following conditions:
Aconitum napellus: Inflammation of joints; Restless, physical and mental.
Apis mellifica: Excessive swelling; Staggers when arising; Puffy swelling in the knees; Great debility.
Arnica montana Trauma and it's effects, recent or remote; Want of strength in the knees, with failing of the joint when walking.
Arsenicum album: Uneasiness in limbs especially in feet and toes; Liver drainer; Great exhaustion.
Belladonna: Joints swollen, red; Spasms; Cold extremeties.
Benzoicum acidum: Joints crack on motion; Joint disorders; Cracking or sense of dryness in knee joint.
Bryonia: Joints, red, swollen and hot; Legs totter and bend under weight; Weariness and instability of the legs.
Calcarea carbonica: Jionts as if sprained; Swelling of joints, especially knees; Weakness in ankles.
Chamomilla: Ankles fail to function; Loss of power in feet; Rheumatism.
Cinchona officinalis: Great debility in limbs with trembling; Arthritic swelling, which is hard and red in some parts.
Colchicum autumnale: Worse from motion; Stiffness; Joints stiff and feverish; Weariness in aged animals.
Eupatorium perfoliatum: All conditions where there is a great deal of bone pain; Rheumatism; Painful gouty nodes.
Gaultheria procumbens: Inflammatory arthritis, rheumatism, pleurodynia (pain in the chest), sciatica and other neuralgias (nerve pains).
Guaiacum: Immovable stiffness; Heat in affected limbs; Lameness.
Iodium: Chronic arthritic affections; Stiff and enlarged joints after acute rheumatism; Inflammatory swelling of knee.
Kali bichromicum: Worse in cold weather; Pain, swelling and stiffness in all joints; Cracking of joints.
Kalmia latifolia: A heart, nerve and rheumatic remedy; Joints red, hot and swollen.
Lappa major: Sores around the joints; Rheumatism.
Ledum palustre: Trembling when moving to rise up; Inflammatory swelling of legs and feet; Gouty nodosities in joints.
Phytolacca decandra: Feet puffed up; Rheumatism.
Pulsatilla: Changing shifting symptoms; Feet red, painful, swollen, edematous; Redness and swelling of joints.
Rhus toxicodendron: Stiffness of muscles and joints; Involuntary limping; Rheumatism in cold damp season.
Ruta graveolens: Cartilages; Injured or bruised bones.
Sabina: Red, shining swelling; Gouty nodosities; Cracking in joints.
Strychninum: Back stiff; Limbs stiff; Violent jerking, twitching and trembling.
Symphytum officinale: Injuries to bones, cartilages, periosteum with excessive pain; Acts on joints; Injuries to sinews and tendons; Seems to act specially on the joints; Inflammation of bones.
Uricum acidum: Most useful in cases where gouty deposits persist; It stirs them up and helps to eliminate them.
Pets, under 50 lbs., give 3 drops orally (50 to 500 lbs. - 6 drops, over 500 lbs. - 1/2 teaspoon) one to four times daily or as directed by a healthcare professional. Place in mouth or purified water.