WHEEZ-GO for PET
HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE
WHEEZ-GO for PET, A Unique formulation for respiratory 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.
HOMEOPATHIC DRUGS USED IN THE FORMULATION
Quality, efficacy, and safety are the utmost priorities of WHEEZ-GO 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:
BRYONIA ALBA 30C: (HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE)
Mucous membranes are all dry. Discharges are scanty and adherent. Dryness everywhere, of mouth, throat, etc. dry hacking painful coughs in pleurisy, pneumonia. Cough dry, hard, very painful, at night as if from the stomach. Cough with sneezing. Coming into the warm room excites cough. Very painful coughs must hold the chest. Nausea excites cough, and coughing often excites vomiting. Cough with sharp pains in sides of the chest. Whooping cough. Coughs, worse motion, talking, and laughing. Painful coughs with bronchitis, pleurisy, pneumonia.
NATRUM SULPHURICUM 30C: (HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE)
Cough with thick, ropy, greenish, copious expectoration. Cough with purulent sputum and pain about last ribs left side. Must hold chest when coughing. Loose cough from tickling in throat, better sitting. Dry cough with roughness in throat, the worse morning after rising, worse night. Soreness of chest when coughing, better pressure. Pain through the lower left chest. Stitches in left side chest.
ANTIMONIUM TARTARICUM 30C: (HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE)
The rattling of mucus with little expectoration. Great accumulation of mucus with coarse rattling, impeded respiration and labored heart action, defective oxygenation in the circulation of blood. Rattling of mucus in the chest when breathing. Burning sensation in the chest, which ascends to the throat. Gasping for air, before every attack of cough. Coarse, loose, rattling cough. Cough followed by vomiting. Lungs seem full of mucus yet less and less is raised. Must sit up to breathe or cough.
FERRUM PHOSPHORICUM 30C: (HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE)
Short, painful, tickling cough. Hard dry cough, with a sore chest. Cough worse at night, with much rattling of mucus in chest. Hacking, tormenting, spasmodic cough, worse morning and evening. Paroxysmal cough, mostly at night or during the day when asleep. Whooping cough with retching and vomiting.
KALI SULPHURICUM 30C: (HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE)
The rattling of mucus in the lungs. Post-infuenza cough, especially in pups and kittens. Cough, worse in the evening and in a hot atmosphere. Croupy cough. Pneumonia with wheezing. Yellow, loose rattling mucus is coughed up with difficulty. Sputum consists of watery matter. Whooping cough. Bronchial asthma with yellow expectoration.
ARSENICUM ALBUM 30C: (HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE)
Cough with great exhaustion, collapse, anemia, nervous irritability. Dry cough alternating with loose. Cough dry at night, better sitting up, worse drinking. Cough dry, as from sulphur fumes. Cough after drinking. Cough excited by smoking. Coughing spells preceded by great anxiety and restlessness. Cough with bloody sputum. Deep, dry, unceasing cough.
KALI MURIATICUM 30C: (HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE)
Loud, noisy stomach cough. Cough short, acute, and spasmodic. Whooping cough. Sputum thick and white. Violent cough during coryza. White or gray coating of the base of the tongue, and expectoration of thick, white phlegm, seem to be special guiding symptoms. The rattling sound of air passing through thick, tenacious mucus in the bronchi, difficult to cough up.
Dosage: 20 drops three times a day or as directed by the doctor.
Packing: 30 ml.
Contraindication: No known contraindication.
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.