PENTAVET for PETS
HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE
Homeopathic remedies work on the principle of “similia similibus curanter” which means “like cures like”, so is our PENTAVET. 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 anorexia of varied reasons.
The five different phos which make PENTAVET are Calcarea Phosphorica, Magnesium Phosphoricum, Natrum Phosphoricum, Ferrum Phosphoricum, and Kalium Phosphoricum. These five phosphates are vividly involved in the body’s various metabolisms and functions. They form a part of Red Blood Corpuscles, which are essential for supporting the life system through oxygen-carrying pigment hemoglobin. Each of this five phos has different special properties that work in their special way of treating the main underlying cause and thus improving anorexia, which is exhibited first and foremost.
CALCAREA PHOSPHORICA 8: (Homeopathic Medicine)
This salt is mainly found in the bones, teeth, connective tissue, blood plasma, saliva, gastric juice, milk, etc. It has a special affinity for the blood protein albumin and is deposited in the tissue cells where albumin or albuminous substances are required in the secretions. It is the foremost remedy in cases of anemia or chlorosis. It has an important role in blood coagulation, cell growth, homeostasis, and many other bodily functions.
MAGNESIUM PHOSPHORICUM 8: (Homeopathic Medicine)
This is an excellent remedy for diseases that involve nerve fibers or the muscles where these nerve innervations end. It works as an anti-spasmodic drug thus improving spasms, cramps, epilepsy, tetanus, retention of urine due to spasms, etc. it even works well with lean, thin, tired, languid, or exhausted animals. This is a drug of choice if the pet is suffering from abdominal bloat, flatulence, meteorism or the animal is groaning from abdominal pain and is facing difficulty in walk due to radiating pains in the abdomen.
NATRUM PHOSPHORICUM 8: (Homeopathic Medicine)
It is a remedy for infants that are overfed with milk and sugar. This counteracts the excess accumulation of lactic acid, balances resulting acidity, mends sour eructation, vomitions, greenish diarrhea, painful spasms, and the resulting fever. It is a choice of drug in case of jaundice, improper assimilation of fats, worm burden, verminous enteritis, etc.
FERRUM PHOSPHORICUM 8: (Homeopathic Medicine)
Iron is an important component of hemoglobin, the color pigment that carries oxygen in the RBC’s. It forms a part of the muscular wall of blood vessels where it plays a role in the dilation and constriction of this muscle layer. Any deficiency in this element can cause the rupture of these vessels and can be a reason for resulting in internal bleeding. If the equilibrium is disturbed, the intestinal villi may suffer relaxation, thus effecting the peristalsis. The above-mentioned phos is the best remedy for correcting these imbalances that result due to iron deficiency. It is the best choice of remedy in cases of anemia, chlorosis, leukemia, etc.
KALIUM PHOSPHORICUM 8: (Homeopathic Medicine)
It is a choice of remedy in improving muscle weakness conditions like debility, wasting, impaired innervation, exhaustion, myalgia, and nervous conditions like mental vigor, depression, poor nerve power, paralysis, neuralgic pains, etc. It is proved to be effective in counterfeiting the side effects of Allopathy, Ayurvedic, and Unani medications. It improves conditions involving putrid feces, gangrenous conditions, and septic hemorrhage.
Note: All the above mentioned symptomatic description of the homeopathic drugs is taken from approved literature of homeopathy with an underlying base from Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of India.
Contraindication: No known contraindications.
Dosage: 20 drops 3 times a day or as directed by the doctor.
ADMINISTRATION METHOD of Pet Medicine
Make sure that medicine touches the tongue of the recipient 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.