NEUTOMATE for PET
HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE
NEUROMATE for PET, A Unique formulation for neurological disorders in pets. It is based on the homeopathic principles ie. ”Simillia similibus curanter” Likes to be treated by likes hence one could easily understand that following symptom of different medicine when available in a case can be cured by these medicines. This formulation developed by a renowned veterinarian of India after long consultation with homeopaths and trials of different medicine in field conditions for years.
AMMONIUM BROMIDUM 3X:
Suffocating sensation before epilepsy. Sudden strangling, suffocating, cough. Indicated in chronic laryngeal and pharyngeal catarrh, neuralgic headaches, and obesity. Constrictive pain in head, chest, legs.
AVENA SATIVA 1X:
selective action on the brain and nervous system, favorably inducing their nutritive function. Leading indications are nervous exhaustion, sexual debility, and general weakness. Sleeplessness with nervous exhaustion and weakness. Chronic insomnia. Delirium tremens.
The chief guiding symptoms belong to the mental and emotional group, which leads to this remedy in many forms of the disease. Whining restlessness. Fidgety, hyper. Hasty, hurried, Abrupt, Sensitive nerves.
ESCHSCHOLTZIA CALIFORNICA 2X:
It has been used as a nerve sedative to help induce peaceful sleep. Causes general weakness torpor, accelerated respiration, complete paralysis of the limbs. Slowing of the circulation. Nervous and restless. Insomnia due to anxiety and worry.
HUMULUS LUPULUS 2X:
Giddiness and stupefaction. Drawing and twitching in almost every muscle. Nervous tremors, wakefulness, and delirious. Unstrung condition of the nervous system attended with nausea, dizziness. Jaundice.
IGNATIA AMARA 6X:
Spasms and insanity after grief or fright. Epilepsy after grief or fright. Ignatia is useful in Violent spasmodic effects, with rigidity, twitching, and tremors. Nervous shuddering with pain.
PASSIFLORA INCARNATA 2X:
Quieting effect on the nervous system, hence an efficient nervine and anti-spasmodic remedy. Tetanic convulsions affecting mainly the muscles of the trunk, with predominant opisthotonos. Violent tetanus, with opisthotonos, trismus, and convulsions. Tetanus infantum. Neuralgias, internal and of the limbs. Nervous disorders. General atonic conditions.
VALERIANA OFFICINALIS Q:
Valerians produces over sensitiveness of the nerves, spinal, genitourinary. Affects the mind, muscles, calf, heels, and Achilles tendons. Hysteria, over-sensitiveness, nervous affections. Lack of reaction, when apparently well-chosen remedies fail. Mental and physical dispositions change suddenly and go to the extreme. Red parts turn white. Epileptic fits. Paralysis and contraction of limbs, hysterical. Agitation of all nerves, jerks, twitches, trembling. Restlessness, impulse to move, can not keep still.
ZINCUM METALLICUM 6X:
Chronic diseases with the brain and spinal symptoms, trembling, convulsive twitching, and fidgety feet. Convulsions with pale face and no heat. Spinal disorders. Twitching. Convulsive twitching or jerking, worse at night during sleep. Spasm from spinal injuries. Descending paralysis. Impending brain paralysis.
Dosage: 20 Drops three times in a day or as directed by the doctor.
Packing: 30 ml.
Contraindication: No known contraindication.
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 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.