(acute inflamed pancreas attack). Fast relief or prevention of Inflammation from acute pancreas for all species.
- Acute Pancreas attacks, prevention of attacks.
- Supporting assimilation of enzymes & fats.
- Acute emergency pancreatitis attack or chronic.
- Pancreatic Cysts or Calculi - use Acute Pancreas
Set of 3
1. Pancreas Tonic 100ml Bottle
2. Acute Pancreatitis 30ml Bottle
3. LungCardiac Oedema 30ml Bottle
Non-Drug Prescription - Set of 3 - for all species and ages
* WARNING - if your pet is on Prednisone and other catabolic steroids injections are also well known to cause pancreatitis. Even the diuretic Lasix (Furosemide®), has been implicated in pancreatitis attacks in dogs and cats.
1. Pancreas Tonic 100ml liquid
Contains HERBAL concentrate blend with homeopathic: Bitter Melon, Cats Claw, Oats, St Mary's Thistle, Bladderwrack (minerals), Fennel, Comfrey.
With Homeopathic Organ remedies of the Liver, Spleen, Pancreas, lymph, adrenalin, Pancreatic enzyme, alfalfa, Colostrum, glyc, alf, small intestine, liver, spleen, stomach, duod, ILLe (2C) Jeju, Pancreas Ju. Kal Car, Syzg, Uran Nit (6c) (1M) with Tissue Salts—Nat Sulp (4X), Calc Phos (4X)(1M), Kali Phos (4X).
~ Works on the Adrenal glands, liver, spleen, pancreas which in turn provides a better digestion and absorption of nutrition along with an immune boost support, naturally. Assisting good functions digestion and assimilation of pancreatic enzymes functions and better assimilation of carbohydrates and fats through the pancreas, spleen, liver and digestion support.
This herbal formula bottle no 1. will last about 6 months and longer if using daily. You can pre-order individual formulas from the set when you run out.
2. Acute Pancreatitis 30ml drops
Contains HOMEOPATHIC, nosodes, organtherapy of complex: Ceanothus Americanus 12X, 200C,10M (pancreas cysts, pancreas calculi), Berberis Vulg 200C (colic pain symptoms), Leaky Gut nosode 30X, Pancreatic enzymes 200C, CM, Pancreozymin enzymes 6X, 10M, with Iris Ver 6X,10M (pancreas), with Homeopathic organtherapy: Small Intestines sarcode 6C,10M, Pancreas sarcode 30X, Ileocecal Valve sarcode 200C, Enterococinum bacteria nosode10M, Gastroenterocoli bacteria nosode 10M, Amoebic Dysentery 30X,10M, Echinacea10M, LM59 Colic formula (bowel, colon, intestines) 12X, 30C, (NAR) OM 6 Organ Colon 10M, Phosphorus 10M (pancreas, gastritis, remedy, shivering), Ars Alb (diarrhea or vomiting), Pulsatilla 6X, 1M,with Liver Bile Duct Nosode 30X, 50M, HAMPL Gallbladder formula.
~ Changes seen within 5 to 10 mins of 3 repeat dosing on the body. This very fast acting formula " Acute Pancreatitis " formula is used for times of acute pain emergency pancreas attacks inflammation and gallbladder and liver bile duct pain, colic pain, pancreatic cysts, pancreatic calculi. REPEAT A DOSE WHENEVER NEEDED.
3. LungCardiac Oedema 30ml drops *use, if and when ever needed.
Contains HOMEOPATHIC formula complex: Carbo Veg 1M, Caffeinum 12C, 10M (extreme feebleness, threatened heart failure, pulmonary and Cardiac Oedema), Mercurius Cyan 200C, 10M (lung, angina) Stannum Met 30C,10M, (pulmonary or bronchial disorder), Healthy Heart formula (aka Congestive Heart failure formula) - Use this formula if pet is at home or while pet is in hospital (ask vet nurse to put 4 drops on top of head every hour or so) to prevent or relieve from lung or heart failure, fluid build (oedema of the lung or heart). Use anytime as protection or fast action.
Pancreatitis (inflamed pancreas attacks) in a dog or cat
This condition is very painful to experience. Pancreatitis can often be a misdiagnosed condition in our pets. Most commonly many felines are missed in having pancreas inflammation pain.
Several risk factors for acute pancreatitis in dogs and cats have been identified:
Attacks of acute pain can occur when inflammation of pancreas occurs. Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency (EPI), also called pancreatic insufficiency and maldigestion syndrome is thought to be rare in cats. However, according to dvm360, new research suggests veterinarians should look more closely at EPI as a potential cause of diarrhea and chronic weight loss in kitties and adult cats.
STOP ALL SOLID FOODS.
* Apply the homeopathic "Acute Pancreatitis drops" for fast relief.
Prednisone and other catabolic steroids injections are also well known to cause pancreatitis. Even the diuretic Lasix (Furosemide®) drugs, has been implicated in pancreatitis attacks in dogs and cats.
When in acute attack - pain .. only offer home prepared e.g PLAIN CHICKEN BROTH, AS MUCH AS THEY WANT, FOR A FEW DAYS which will be all that it takes to bring the pancreas back to normal again using this formula. Once you start our special custom-made herbal and homeopathic formulas attacks will become a thing of the past. Be aware of certain foods that may trigger pain and inflammation. We need to look at supporting digestion and assimilation of pancreatic enzymes functions and better assimilation of carbohydrates and fats through the pancreas. For all species.... dog, cat, or other.Common for felines to have chronic pancreas issues. For canines also avoid carbohydrates and sugars ie all artificial pet foods - high in fats.
What’s The Pancreas?
The pancreas is a tiny gland that has a big job. It’s located just below your dog’s stomach and is attached to his small intestine. It’s part of both the endocrine system and the digestive system.
The pancreas has 2 major functions:
- Produce and store hormones (insulin and glucagon) to help maintain proper blood sugar levels.
- Produce and store enzymes (trypsin and chymotrypsin) to help the body digest protein and fats.
When the pancreas is under attack, the result is pancreatitis.
Dog pancreatitis is inflammation of the pancreas. It’s primarily caused by diet and stress. Foods that are high in fat and foods that are processed, including grain-based kibble, are hard for your dog to digest, and stress causes high levels of cortisol in the body.
Dogs’ digestive tracts are shorter than ours, making them well suited to handle meats, bones, organs, veggies and fruit, but not starches. Starch and grains shouldn’t be part of your dog’s diet. When you feed your dog kibble, his pancreas has to work harder than it should, causing it to become inflamed.
In a healthy pancreas, one that isn’t overworked or stressed, digestive enzymes are activated when they reach the small intestine. However, if your dog has pancreatitis, those enzymes are activated too early in the process, when they’re still in the pancreas. This results in pain and inflammation and can cause damage to the pancreas and its surrounding tissue and other organs. At this point the pancreas actually begins to digest itself.
Pancreatitis is a serious condition and it needs to be treated carefully and as soon as you have a diagnosis from your vet. If pancreatitis goes untreated, pancreatic enzymes can leak into the abdominal cavity, damaging the abdominal lining and other organs like the kidney and liver.
How To Tell If Your Dog Has Pancreatitis
Dog pancreatitis can either be acute or chronic. Both can have symptoms ranging from mild to severe.
Acute Dog Pancreatitis
This is an attack of pancreatitis that comes on suddenly, usually with no history of the condition. Often these attacks come around the holidays when dogs are more likely to get into food that is very fatty, either from the garbage or from overly-eager feeders of table scraps. Stressful changes to regular routine, such as boarding at a kennel, having company or family members going away or extra commotion and visitors over the holidays, can also cause acute attacks. These tend to be the more serious of the two.
Chronic Dog Pancreatitis
Chronic pancreatitis develops over time, more slowly than acute. What makes chronic pancreatitis even more of a problem is that the symptoms are less obvious – you may not even see symptoms at all. Often dogs develop chronic pancreatitis after repeated acute attacks.
Symptoms Of Pancreatitis:
- Loss of appetite
- Diarrhea and vomiting
- Pain in the abdominal area
- Difficulty breathing
- Back pain
- Arched back
If you suspect your dog has pancreatitis, have your vet perform a few different tests to properly diagnose it. These tests should include a complete blood count (CBC), chemistry panel and urinalysis. The blood levels of two pancreatic enzymes, amylase and lipase, should be tested.
You can also request a canine pancreas specific lipase (cPL) test. This test is usually done separately and is more reliable than pancreatic enzyme testing since the enzymes may be high for other reasons. An ultrasound or x-ray may also be helpful to rule out other conditions, since vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain or lethargy could have other causes.
Managing Dog Pancreatitis Naturally
It is important to support the body to heal naturally from pancreatitis, both short and long-term.
Step 1: Fast your dog
Give the pancreas a rest by fasting your dog for 24 to 48 hours.
Since pancreatitis is essentially just inflammation, the best thing you can do to relieve the symptoms is to rest the pancreas and remove any stimulation caused by eating. Give very small sips of room temperature bottled water. Count to 5, then remove the water. If your dog can keep it down, repeat every hour. Or, instead of counting, give about 3 tablespoons for a medium size dog (give less for toy breeds and more for large breeds).
Step 2: Bland food
Once you’ve given the pancreas time to rest and you notice the symptoms have improved or gone away, start feeding a small amount of bland food, such as bone broth. Be sure to cool the broth and skim off the fat that sets on the top before giving it to your dog, to keep the fat to a minimum.
Short-term food reintroduction. To give the body time to recover gradually, Julie Anne Lee recommends cooking food for three days, making sure there is NO bone in the diet, and blotting ALL fat. Feed 6 times the first day, in very small amounts. If your dog’s symptoms have gone away, you can then work your way back up to the regular feeding schedule over the next 3 days by cooking the food less each day until it’s back to raw.
Step 3: Homeopathy
Use the above homeopathic remedies to relieve the pain and inflammation and support the healing of the pancreas.
The first thing to do is to try and decrease inflammation and pain. The more pain your dog has, the more it stimulates the inflammation and it becomes a vicious cycle.
Step 4: Stay away from antibiotics
Pancreatitis isn’t a bacterial infection so antibiotics won’t help and any additional toxic burden on this vital organ can cause more problems and stress the pancreas out even more.
Once the symptoms are alleviated, that doesn’t always mean it’s gone away. It’s important to take steps to heal pancreatitis and prevent it from returning long term.
- Limit the fatty foods in your dog’s diet.
- Get rid of the starchy carbs (that means NO KIBBLE!). That stuff is not only hard to digest (meaning it’s stressful for the pancreas), it’s also full of mycotoxins and aflatoxins – cancer-causing molds found in grains such as corn, wheat, and rice, as well as nuts and legumes grown in poor conditions or stored in substandard environments or for extended periods of time.
- Feed fresh, whole foods. As mentioned, your dog’s digestive tract is small and it can easily digest meat and bone. A fresh, raw diet that’s well balanced will help his digestive system flourish.
- Feed pre and probiotics. Probiotics (and the prebiotics that feed them) help keep bad bacteria in check and they’re often depleted when your dog has an acute attack. Once he has recovered, feed them every day. You can feed your dog probiotic-rich foods like kefir, fermented veggies or raw goat milk or give him high quality probiotic and prebiotic supplements.
- Give digestive enzymes, which are extremely important for animals with pancreatitis. When the pancreas is inflamed, its ability to produce digestive enzymes — and get them to the right place — is compromised.
- Supplements help support a healthy inflammation response and will also support the healing process.
- Colostrum has immune-boosting properties that can help with digestion.
- Green lipped mussels are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids and minerals, antioxidants, vitamins, amino acids and enzymes. Make sure to buy a supplement that’s cold extracted as heat destroys the nutrients.
- Phytoplankton contains Superoxide Dismutase, the king of the antioxidants. It’s good for reducing inflammation, supporting the liver and helping with digestive issues.
- Support the other organs. The liver, gallbladder and kidneys all support the pancreas so it’s vitally important to support these organs when the pancreas is stressed. A supplement that covers all these organs will keep them healthy for continued support to try and derail another onset.