Non Drug HomeopathicPrescription
HAMPL Muscle Inflammation 30ml (1oz)
Contains homeopathic, nosode complex: Arnica, Gelsemium 1M (muscle weakness), Ferr Phos 10M (inflammation), (NAR) Spasm formula 10M, Peniccillum nosode CM (infection), Bellis Perr, Hypericum, Ledum, Rhus tox, Ruta Grav 10M, (DR) Small joint Andoyne 10M, with (NAR) Rescue Paramedic formula CM with homeopathic Organ sarcodes cartilage, collagen, connective tissue, ligaments, muscles, synovial tissues and membranes, tendons 50M.
A natural formula that will be strengthening and supporting, as well as inflammatiory relief or strains of the cartilage, collagen, connective tissue, ligaments, muscles, synovial tissues and membranes, tendons.
NB. Ruptured, torn or partial tears of ligaments and tendons can be healed without the need to resort to surgery, even though prognosis of surgery was suggested. With this condition, we also highly recommend use in conjunction with the Scar Tissue Heal Remedy once tear damages have healed (which would most often take a few weeks when using these formulas)
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 powder.
Vitamin C is an anti-inflammatory that helps reduce and protection from inflammation and swelling. This is an important part of pain relief, since most pain from acute injuries and chronic muscle, bone and joint pain results from inflammation. In addition to helping relieve pain, Vitamin C stimulates collagen growth. Collagen forms the connective tissue cushion between joints. This cushion is the tissue that is eroded in dogs who have arthritis and other degenerative joint disorders. The collagen must be healed and regrown in order for your dog to regain her mobility and to experience long-term pain relief. By stimulating the growth of collagen, Vitamin C encourages joint tissue to heal and grow, restoring the cushion between joints. This is important for dogs who have arthritis, hip dysplasia and other conditions that damage the cartilage between the joints.
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.