What are TCVM and Eastern Herbal Medicine Formulas?
Dr. Huisheng Xie, a third-generation practitioner of TCVM, born and educated in China, developed the line of Jing Tang herbal formulas.
Dr. Xie created the Jing Tang formulas through knowledge gleaned from 30 years of clinical experience combined with traditional Chinese herbal recipes dating back 3,000 years.
Eastern herbal medicine blends consist of herbs specifically chosen to work synergistically to relieve the patient’s symptoms.
At the same time, the herbs address the underlying causes of the symptoms utilizing the principles of TCVM.
Tips for Using TCVM Eastern Herbal Medicine Formulas
Look at the prescription label for the dosage specifically calculated for your pet’s weight.
Bulk powders work well mixed in wet food, tuna, peanut butter, or any food with a good, strong scent of its own that your dog may like.
Herbal formulas take approximately 2-3 weeks to start working.
Maximum benefits occur within 6 weeks.
Your pet may need a 1-2 week period for his/her body to adjust to the herbs.
During this adjustment period, your pet may experience mild gastrointestinal distress and loose stools.
We recommend continuing the use of the herbs during this period.
If the distress is too intense, you may cut back to ½ the recommended dose for the first week, then resume the total recommended dose.
Some pets need an herbal formula only for a few months or until the health issue is resolved.
Other pets, suffering from chronic conditions, need to continue taking the herbal formula for the rest of his/her life.
We hope you have found this information interesting and informative.
TCVM herbal formulas are a wonderful tool to help pets heal and maintain balance in their bodies.
Good luck with your pet’s continued health!
If you have any questions or if we can help you in any way, please contact our clinic!