Category: Eastern Herbal Medicine

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Damp Heat Skin Helps Eruptions and Skin Itching in Dogs, Cats & Horses

What is Damp Heat Skin? Damp Heat Skin is a TCM herbal blend that is very helpful for eruptions and skin itching in dogs, cats, and horses. Will Damp Heat Skin Help My Pet? If you have an itchy pet, Damp Heat Skin just might be the solution! Dr. Smith uses Damp Heat Skin in his clinic to help pets suffering from: Various type of dermatitis Eczema Skin eruptions or papules Pyoderma Malodorous skin lesions The Traditional Chinese Medicine indications Damp Heat Skin are: Itching due to Damp-Heat Fast pulse Skin itching and scratching Purple or red tongue Restlessness Skin

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Eastern Food Therapy: Cooling Food

What is Cooling Food? To understand cooling food, you first much understand some of the basics of Chinese food therapy. In Eastern food therapy, the terms warming and cooling don’t necessarily refer to a food’s temperature or spiciness. Instead, it refers to the food’s energy. In Chinese medicine, food energy is a very powerful tool. In fact, Chinese medicine experts say food has the power to heal and harmonize the body, mind, and Qi (life force). The theories of Traditional Chinese Medicine Food Therapy classify food into the categories of: Warming Food (Yang) Cooling Food (Yin) Neutral Food In this article, we

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Eastern Food Therapy: Warming Food

What is Warming Food? To understand warming food, you first much understand some of the basics of Chinese food therapy. In Eastern food therapy, the terms warming and cooling don’t necessarily refer to a food’s temperature or spiciness. Instead, it refers to the food’s energy. In Chinese medicine, food energy is a very powerful tool. In fact, Chinese medicine experts say food has the power to heal and harmonize the body, mind, and Qi (life force). The theories of Traditional Chinese Medicine Food Therapy classify food into the categories of: Warming Food (Yang) Cooling Food (Yin) Neutral Food In this article, we

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Phlegm Fat Formula Helps With Pet Obesity and Fatty Tumors in Dogs, Cats & Horses

Phlegm Fat Formula Helps With Pet Obesity and Fatty Tumors in Dogs, Cats & Horses

What is Phlegm Fat Formula? Phlegm Fat Formula is a Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) herbal blend for helping with pet obesity and fatty tumors in dogs, cats, and horses. TCVM herbal blends are a mix of herbs that work well together to address the root cause of pet health challenges. Will Phlegm Fat Formula Help Your Pet? If your pet is overweight or suffers from fatty tumors, Phlegm Fat Formula just might be the solution! Dr. Smith often uses Phlegm Fat Formula in the clinic to help pets suffering from both. According to  TCVM theory, pet obesity is mostly due

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Wind Toxin TCVM Herbal Blend Helps Dogs and Cats with Dry Itching Skin

What is Wind Toxin? Wind Toxin is a Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) for helping dogs and cats with dry itching skin. The TCVM herbal Wind Toxin is very helpful because they do two things at the same time: Soothe the symptoms of dry, itching skin Alleviate the root cause of the dry, itching skin Will Wind Toxin Help Your Pet? Wind Toxin just might be the answer to your pet skin challenges! Dr. Smith often recommends Wind Toxin for dogs and cats who suffer: Pruritis Excessively dry skin Itchy Skin In fact, the summer and fall months often bring

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Feline Cuterebrosis (Warbles)

Recently, a cat was brought into our clinic with a cyst-like protrusion on its chest. Examination revealed it to be Feline Cuterebrosis, also called “Warbles”, a condition in which fly larvae live in the flesh of cats. What is Feline Cuterebrosis? Feline Cuterebrosis is a condition occurring when a cat has become the host of the larval stage of the Cuterebra Fly, commonly known as the Botfly. There are twenty-six known species of the Botfly (Cuterebra) in the United States and Canada. This condition is often called “Warbles” because the larvae create a burrow with a breathing hole just under the

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