Size: 1/2 dram
Approximately 30+ servings per bottle
"thoo'-yuh," Thuja occidentalis is derived from the northern white
cedar, Arbor vitae, which means "Tree of Life."
Indicated for Warts, Dizziness, Fungus, Headache. Thuja occidentalis is a homeopathic remedy often used for patients with warts and fungus. Other indications for its use are tearing in muscles and joints, worse at rest, better in dry weather, worse damp humid atmosphere; lameness. This remedy is made from evergreen conifers native to North America whose common names include white cedar or American cedar.
Active Ingredients: Thuja occidentalis.
Inactive Ingredients: Sucrose (Sugar), Lactose (Milk). All of the single homeopathic remedies are made in glass - never in plastic.
When we vaccinate our pets, we sometimes have used this remedy to help with symptoms like fatigue, muscle pain, weakness, fever,
etc. but only under the direction of a licensed homeopathic veterinarian. It may support long term effects
that may appear weeks or months later. Please consult a licensed homeopathic veterinarian for any use other than those authorized by the Food and Drug Administration.
For puppies or dogs or cats: Give one serving orally. Repeat in two weeks if improvement is seen. Do not repeat again. No food 1/2 hour before or after. One serving is 3-5 pellets orally only. Do not touch pellets with your hands. Does not need to be swallowed.
information given in this website is not intended to be taken as a replacement
for medical advice. Anyone with an animal with a medical condition requiring
veterinary attention should consult a qualified DVM practitioner or veterinary
emergency care clinic. Packaging may vary from photo shown. Homeopathic remedies are very dilute, and while the homeopathic remedy may be beneficial, the raw product may be harmful.
Packaging may look slightly different from that shown in photograph. This product is not returnable for refund.
This store does not dispense medical advice, nor do we hold credentials in homeopathics. Please seek guidance from a credentialed homeopath. We cannot diagnose, treat or recommend remedies. This is a personal choice made by the buyer of the product.
The material contained in this website is for informational purposes only and no assumptions should be made regarding its accuracy. Any information provided here and any recommendations made should not be used to, nor are intended to, diagnose, treat cure or mitigate any specific health problem. Anybody with any health complaints should seek the care and consultation of an appropriately licensed health care practitioner. No attempt should be made to use any information provided here as a form of treatment for any specific condition without approval and guidance of a licensed veterinarian.
Disclaimer: The Dog Breeder Store does not diagnose or treat
illnesses or injury in pets and accepts no liability for results that are less
than optimal, injury or death relative to use of this product or instructions.
Consult a licensed veterinarian if you suspect that your pet is experiencing
pain or infection.
Disclaimer: Any information given in this website is not intended to be taken as a replacement for medical advice . The Dog Breeder Store does not diagnose or treat illnesses or injury in pets and accepts no liability for results that are less than optimal, injury or death relative to use of this product or instructions. Consult a licensed veterinarian if you suspect that your pet is experiencing pain or infection. Not FDA evaluated. Like all homeopathic remedies, the ingredients in this kit have undergone extensive series of successive dilutions before being used. Only infinitesimal amounts of the poison remain in the final preparation. Because of this extreme dilution, commercially available homeopathic preparations are considered safe.
This homeopathic product has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration for safety or efficacy. FDA is not aware of scientific evidence to support homeopathy as effective. The theory of homeopathy is based on the work of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann in the 1800s and are not accepted by most modern medical experts.