Qi Performance Helps Improve Athletic Performance of Dogs and Horses

Mixture of Qi Performance

What is Qi Performance?

Qi Performance is a TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine) herbal blend that improves the athletic performance of dogs and horses.

TCVM herbal blends combine synergistic herbs to help ease pet health symptoms.

At the same time, the herbs address the root cause(s) of the symptoms. A very cool method for helping pets from the inside out!

Will Qi Performance Help My Pet?

Do you have a pet that is losing muscle mass? Or maybe a sporting animal that needs a little “extra edge”?

If so, Qi Performance may be the solution you’ve been searching for.

Dr. Smith often recommends Qi Performance for animals suffering from:

  • Poor performance
  • Anorexia
  • Muscle atrophy

The TCVM indications for Qi Performance are:

  • Exercise intolerance
  • Muscle pain
  • Poor performance
  • Weight loss
  • Deep and weak pulse
  • Wet, pale tongue
  • Qi Deficiency with Qi Stagnation

How Does Qi Performance Improve Athletic Performance of Dogs and Horses?

An animal’s athletic performance is determined by the animal’s ability to complete the assigned task.

For example, many sporting animals are involved in racing.

In racing, we assess performance by the speed at which the task is completed.

Accordingly, the three main factors limiting an athlete’s speed are:

  • Physiological fatigue
  • Pain
  • Psychogenic stress

The Qi Performance herbal blend works to reduce the factors reducing speed ability.

Which then helps the animals reach their maximum performance potential.

Then, by reducing the key factors limiting the athlete during a competition, performance is improved.

Qi Performance works by:

  • Tonifying Qi and Blood
  • Moving Blood
  • Relieving Pain

It also:

  • Helps increase the efficiency of energy use
  • Help reduce physiological fatigue

In addition, when added to feed in farm animals, Qi Performance has:

  • Increased body weight in chickens and pigs*
  • Increased milk in dairy cows*

At Natchez Trace Veterinary Services, Dr. Smith often provides an Eastern exam (TCVM) in combination with the standard veterinary exam.

TCVM philosophy is very different than our standard Western medical philosophy.

For example, Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine focuses on balance and finding the cause of health challenges, rather than simply masking symptoms with prescription medicines.

Then, through Eastern examination techniques, Dr. Smith chooses an herbal blend to treat an animal’s symptoms. And, at the same time, the herbs also correct the body imbalances causing the symptoms.

However, Qi Performance is only one of the many Eastern herbal blends Dr. Smith has available to choose from based on the results of the Eastern exam.

During the TCVM exam, Dr. Smith may discover the root causes better helped by a different TCVM herbal blend.

What Ingredients Are in Qi Performance Herbal Formula?

Qi Performance is a veterinary offshoot of the ancient Chinese herbal formula Ba Zhen Tang (Eight-Treasure Decoction) from Zhent Ti Lei Yao, by Bi Li-Zhai in 1529.

The main ingredients in the Qi Performance herbal formula are:

  • Bai Shao Yao (Paeonia) to tonify Blood and soothe Liver
  • Dang Gi (Angelica) to tonify and move Blood, resolve stagnation, and relieve pain
  • Dang Shen (Codonopsis) to tonify Qi
  • Feng Hua Fen (Apis) to tonify Qi and Yin tonic
  • Gan Cao (Glycyrrhiza) to harmonize
  • He Shou Wu (Polygonum) to tonify Blood
  • Huang Qi Astragalus) to tonify Qi
  • Mu Dan Pi (Moutan) to cool and move Blood and relieve pain
  • Shan Zha (Crataegus) strengthen the stomach, promote appetite

Our clients have seen wonderful improvements in the health conditions of their pets using herbal blends to take care of a variety of health issues.

Please contact our clinic at any time if you have questions about herbal remedies!


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