Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Bladder Stone Remedy for Penny...

Subject: Re: Order confirmation - 635265210559873072
From: richard h <rmhotchkis@XXX
Date: Tue, February 25, 2014 2:43 pm
To: "PawHealer's Chinese Herbs" <>

Penny is on her third week with your products.  She is back to the
old Penny we haven't seen in a long time.
Following your directions: by placing chicken broth in with her food and the
supplements, she licks her dish to a shine.
It is so great to see her feeling so good.
Thank you 

Poor Penny..could you imagine a tube full of bladder stones in that little dog? We are so happy that Urinary Free the Flow Basic formula is working to help relieve the symptoms of her bladder stones.

Chinese herbs have been used through milleniums to help with "shi lin" which is painful obstruction due to stones.  

I think that our formula does so well because all the bladder formulas are concentrations of 5:1 herbal extract. That means for every raw gram of herb...our extracts for one gram are equivalent to 5 grams of raw herbs. Translation..this means they are more effective. Acupuncturists, who are trained and licensed for herbal medicine use granules...not liquids, or teapills etc. 

Anyway...getting back to Penny. Penny's owner is doing something that is really important and that is getting her to get more fluids into feeding her chicken broth. This helps the bladder flush that damp heat...not to mention chicken broth is yum yum good to canines.

We love our bladder stone remedies...we don't offer one..we do it by various patterns of stone obstruction based on the tenets of Traditional Chinese medicine...and then we even will modify formulas if the owners want a custom blend.

 Free the Flow Baisic

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