R. BLOATASULE for PETS
HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE
Homeopathic remedies work on the principle of “similia similibus curanter” which means “like cures like”, so is our R. BLOATASULE. Hence, such formulations that cause symptoms like a diseased animal in a healthy one are used to prepare this wonder drug formula to be able to treat bloat of any underlying reasons. It is a formulation that is developed by a renowned Indian veterinarian after consulting many homeopaths and conducting advanced field trails over the years.
HOMEOPATHIC DRUGS USED IN THE FORMULATION
Quality, efficacy, and safety are the utmost priorities of R. BLOATASULE formulation. Cost-effective health care with no contraindications or side effects are the added benefits of using a homeopathic remedy. Facts about the homeopathic medicines used in this formulation:
Antimonium Crudum (Homeopathic Medicine)
This Homeopathic medicine helps in treating various gastrointestinal conditions like dyspepsia, constipation, and diarrhea, gastric complaints from overeating of bread or sugars and over consumption of acids, and alcohol, indigestion, loss of appetite, belching and eructations, nausea symptomizing to vomition.
Arsenic Album (Homeopathic Medicine)
This Homeopathic medicine helps in improving indigestion, heartburn sensation, difficulty in swallowing, nausea, intense thirst, vomitions followed by diarrhea, scanty, dark, offensive stool with burning pain in the anus, followed by great weakness; after eating or drinking.
Carbo veg. (Homeopathic Medicine)
This homeopathic medicine is mainly indicated for exhaustion, weakness, and low vitality which follows after an operation or illness, gastrointestinal disturbances regardless of diet, gas accumulation, indigestion, and heartburn sensation.
Colchicum (Homeopathic Medicine)
This Homeopathic remedy can be used to treat digestive disorders in dogs such as heartburn, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Colchicum even improves heart disorders and muscle or joint complaints.
Colocynthis (Homeopathic Medicine)
It is a very effective medicine for headaches, facial neuralgia, stomachache, accompanied by nausea or vomiting, severe abdominal pain with diarrhea, neural pain around the kidneys or ovaries, gout, sciatica, etc.
Lycopodium (Homeopathic Medicine)
This medicine alleviates digestive complaints like nausea, vomitings, ravenous hunger followed by discomfort after eating a small amount, distended or bloated abdomen with gas accumulation, constipation, and bleeding hemorrhoids.
Magnesia Phosphorica (Homeopathic Medicine)
It is one of the most indicated homeopathic remedies for abdominal colic in pets. Severe sharp cutting type of pain which shoots like lightning and is relieved immediately can be treated with this drug. It is an anti-spasmodic remedy, useful in any spasm.
Nux vomica (Homeopathic Medicine)
It is mainly indicated for increased sensitivity and irritability, digestive complaints, such as indigestion, vomiting, diarrhea with painful abdominal cramps, nausea with colic pain, constipation, and hemorrhoids that cause rectal contractions are all improved by this remedy.
Pulsatilla (Homeopathic Medicine)
It is pre-eminently a remedy that can be used in females. This drug improves premenstrual tension, estrus problems, menopausal symptoms, and cystitis, with accompanying symptoms of mood swings, depression, and tearfulness. It is a remedy for headaches and migraine, swollen glands, inflammation, and pain in the bones and joints as in rheumatic and arthritic disorders, nosebleeds, varicose veins, mumps, measles, toothache, acne, frequent urination, and incontinence.
Sulphur (Homeopathic Medicine)
Digestive complaints that are relieved by this remedy include regurgitation of food, indigestion after drinking milk, vomiting, and chronic diarrhea in the early mornings.
Dosage: 20 drops 3 times a day or as directed by the veterinarian
Contraindication: No known contraindications
ADMINISTRATION METHOD of Pet Medicine
Make sure that medicine touches the tongue of the pet for faster relief and quick action. Increasing the dose should be avoided; rather decreasing the time intervals between successive drug administrations is advisable. Different methods of administration :
Drop the medicine directly on the tongue by opening the pet’s mouth or into the nostrils, to make sure the animal licks it.
Introduce the drug along with the food like plain rice or bread, which is offered to the pet. Make sure the animal eat the medicine along with the food.
Fill an empty 5 mL syringe (needless) with the medicine and distilled water and directly spray on the tongue of the pet or into the nostrils gently. Confirm that the medicine is licked by the pet.
Note: Do not drench the medicine, let your pet lick it with the tongue.