Friday, May 23, 2014

Dog Bladder Stones...AGAIN? Consider Pawhealer's STONEZYME

Thanks to Julie K for sharing the story of Princess and her struggles with bladder stones:
In 2012 my four year old Pomeranian, Princess, was having a lot of trouble. She would go outside about 10 to 20 times a day trying to relieve herself and try for minutes at a time. This went on for quite some time, and then she started to bleed when she would try to go. I took her to the vet and she was diagnosed with bladder stones and the operations to remove them was $1,200.00 (plus more if extra work was needed). I left the doctor's office in tears as this was a difficult time for us financially, so it made it all that much more difficult. We would have tried to come up with the money somehow, but I came home and did a search and found Paw Healers and starting reading the testimonies. I found a few that matched Princess' symptoms. I called and spoke to Brad and he advised me what to order. I received the Urinary Free Flow and within three weeks her symptoms started to diminish and over the next couple of months all the symptoms were gone. I kept her on this regiment and called Brad again and he switched her over to StoneZyme. She will be on these herbs for the rest of her life. Anytime I have questions, they are always there to help. I have one happy, healthy Princess and I am one happy mama!

Julie is referring to PawHealer's stone-zyme herbal formula. I created this remedy with the idea of preventing damp heat. I used only two herbs...

Hai jin Sha (Lygodi Spora) which is a climbing fern mature  spore.

The herb is sweet and cold in nature and it enters the bladder and the small intestine.

It frees the flow of urine, helps with painful urination, and expels stones, which include gallbladder as well as bladder stones.

This herb is an important ingredient in which to treat bladder pain due to obstruction of the bladder qi. In other words, its helps with pain when there are bladder stones, or any type of problems causing heat.

Combine this herb with Ji nei Jin...which is chicken gizzard skiin:

And you have a powerful combination of herbs in which to digest properly in order to prevent damp heat transforming to stone. Think about a chicken...they pluck the ground and they take in gravel, their digestion system handles the transformation of stone...thus the law of signatures which is like heals like. 

STONE-ZYME is a combination of these two herbs, they are mild and great for long term, and easy to get the dog to eat.


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We sell traditional Chinese herbs, nutritional supplements, and pet products. We do not engage in the practice of veterinary medicine, veterinary surgery, or veterinary dentistry in any of its branches. We do not diagnose, prescribe, or administer any drug, medicine, appliance, application, or treatment for the prevention, cure, or relief of a wound, fracture, bodily injury, or disease of animals. We do not perform any surgical or dental operation upon any animal. We do not perform any manual procedure for the diagnosis of pregnancy, sterility, or infertility upon livestock Equidae.

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