Non Drug Prescription
HAMPL Hindleg 30ml (1oz)
Contains homeopathic, nosode complex: Con Mac (ascending weakness of extremeties ie back leg weakness), Kali Phos (nerve repair and tonic), Gels (trembling), Phos Ac,(fatigure) Rhus Tox (joint stiffness) 6C, 2M, Ginseng 10M(lumbago, sciatica, rheumatism, stiff joints, paralytic weakness) with organ sarcode Nerve Spinal Lumbosacral (nerves of lower back L1,L2,L3, L4, L5, S1,S2, S3,S4,S5. nosode) 200C, 10M with Muscle torso urogenital sarcode MM.
Working well for trembling in legs after a walk or excerise is commonly seen with older dogs who have trembling legs, rear leg weakness or general weakness. Usually when the back muscles are weak, their bladder is also affected. If this is the case also use in conjunction with the HAMPL Bladder Incontinence formula. If your animal has had an injury or surgery damages causing ... disc prolapse, scarring or spine degeneration, hip dysplasia or sciatica nerve pain (usually runs down the leg), then you may also need to use inconjunction with other specific natural medicines according to symptoms or diagnosis. Even if Vet is unsure what is going on, you can still safely use any of the homeopathic formulas and see which ones work for the type of dysfunction in the body.
Use in conjunction with:
Did you know that vaccinations severely deplete a animal of vitamin C reason it is so important not to deplete vitamin C any further and why it is a good idea to starting adding this to daily meals along with the Magnesium liquid or powder.
Vitamin C is an anti-inflammatory that helps reduce and prevent inflammation and swelling.
Magnesium deficiency classical physical signs of low magnesium are (your pet may show one or a number of these symptoms):
Irritability and anxiety
Impaired memory and cognitive function
Impaired muscle coordination (ataxia)
Excellent absorption supplements of Magnesium and minerals:
Magnesium liquid "ReMag" Magnesium Solution liquid
DOSAGE: CAT, Toy Dog (other small animals) mix in 4 drops of each liquid formula in liquid drinks or meals.
Med / large Dog: 1/ 2 cap daily. Elderly pets, slowly increase the amount over a couple of weeks to 1 to 2 caps a day.
Magnesium Glycinate Powder
Magnesium in the Glycinate seems to be the best absorbed form of Magnesium, as this magnesium is a chelated form or magnesium that tends to provide the highest levels of absorption and bioavailability and is typically considered ideal for those who are trying to correct a deficiency. Dosage instructions provided.
Mineral Magnesium is required for your pet or horse. Using either "Magnesium Glycinate " powder or Magnesium liquid "ReMag" Magnesium drops (HAMPL Code AN284). Note: Equines- due to their unique metabolism do not need much of herbs or other supplements, even less than humans and canines.
How important is it to take Magnesium?
Magnesium also makes up bone health. It is also a important relaxant for muscles. As well magnesium stimulates the hormone calcitonin, which helps to preserve bone structure by drawing calcium out of the blood and soft tissues back into the bones. This action helps lower the likelihood of osteoporosis, some forms of arthritis, heart attack and kidney (calcium oxalate stones). So, if you're taking lots of calcium and not much magnesium or none, you are then high susceptible to these conditions. In fact it is advise not to take oral calcium supplments with or without magnesium, as we obtain calicum in many types of foods, but magnesium is lost very quickly, from stress, drugs, and calcium. We actually only need to take oral Magnesium with its co factors (B6 PHP, Zinc and Boron) to aid good absorption.
Calcium actually depletes magnesium in the body.Most of us (and pets) are storing calcium in the blood and soft tissues, so we do not need anymore calcium, it is magnesium levels that we need to build up. Note: RBC magnesium blood test are the only type of test that will reviel what is in the cells. Serum Magnesium tests only measure 1% of magnesium in the blood, not the cells of the body.
A review of nutrition and bone health published by the American College of Nutrition, it was noted that among four unique population studies each found a positive correlation between magnesium and bone mineral density.
These studies are backed up by research demonstrating that magnesium deficiency results in:
Decreased bone strength
Decreased bone volume
Poor bone development
Excess release of calcium from bone into the blood without accompanying bone formation.
Even mild magnesium deficiency is reported to be a leading risk factor for osteoporosis. Similarly, the use of calcium supplements in the face of a magnesium deficiency can lead to calcium deposition in the soft tissues, such as the joints, where it can promote arthritis, or in the kidney, contributing to kidney stones.
Australian Clients should be aware that national legislation prohibits the marketing or advertising of any veterinary products which have not been registered with the APVMA. These regulations were designed to control the entry onto the market of new chemical drugs and did not foresee the rising demand for proven herbal and homeopathic formulations. Other laws however, allow such treatments to be available after personal consultation. The product information provided is for International clients only, and Australians should ignore this information.