What is Bue Xue Xi Feng?
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 Bu Xue Xi Feng Help Your Pet?
If your pet suffers from epilepsy or often has seizures, Bue Xue Xi Feng just might be the solution to your challenges!
- Dry, itchy skin
The TCVM indications for Bue Xue Xi Feng are:
- Dry and itching skin
- Internal wind due to Blood Deficiency
- Lack of stamina
- Pale, dry tongue
- Thready, weak pulse
How Bu Xue Xi Feng Helps Epilepsy and Seizures in Dogs, Cats, and Horses
At Natchez Trace Veterinary Services, Dr. Smith offers an Eastern exam (TCVM) in combination with the standard veterinary exam.
TCVM philosophy differs from standard Western medical philosophy.
Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine focuses on balance and finding the root cause of pet health challenges rather than simply masking symptoms with prescription medicines.
Through Eastern examination techniques, Dr. Smith chooses herbal blends to ease your pet’s symptoms.
And, at the same time, the herbs correct the imbalances causing the symptoms.
Bu Xue Xi Feng works by:
- Nourishing the blood
- Clearing Internal Wind
However, Bu Xue Xi Feng is only one of the many TCVM herbal blends available for Dr. Smith to choose from based on the results of the Eastern exam.
During the exam, he may discover your pet’s particular health situation requires a different herbal blend.
What Herbs are in Bu Xue Xi Feng?
Bu Xue Xi Feng is a veterinary offshoot of the ancient Chinese formula Si Wu Tang found in the text Tai Ping Hui Min He Ji Ju Fang (Imperial Grace Formulary of the Tai Ping Era) written in 1080 by Chen Shi-Wen et al.
The main ingredients in Bu Xue Xi Feng Formula are:
- Bai Fu Zi (Typhonium) to clear Internal Wind, resolve seizure, transform phlegm
- Chuan Xiong (Ligusticum) to move Blood and resolve stagnation
- Bai Shao Yao (Paeonia) to nourish Blood, soothe liver
- Dang Gui (Angelica) to nourish Blood
- Bai Zhu (Atractylodes) to tonify Qi
- Chan Tui (Cicada) to clear Wind
- Dang Shen (Codonopsis) to tonify Qi
- Gou Teng (Uncaria) to clear Internal Wind, cool Liver, and resolve convulsions
- Jiang Can (Bombyx) to clear Internal Wind, resolve seizure, transform phlegm
- Shu Di Huang (Rehmannia) to nourish Blood and Jing
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!