HAMPL Herbal Heartworm Free 200ml AN177
- Maintaining Health from Heartworm in dogs.
- All ages and conditions can maintain health naturally.
- Other option is the “homeopathic” HAMPL HeartWorm 293
1. HEARTWORM “PROTECTION “ in your Canine PROGRAM
HERBAL HEARTWORM – “PREVENTION”
Give a herbal dose once a day, during high mosquito season of the year. If high-risk area all year, give a dose 5 times a week ongoing.
Full dosing instructions provided.
HOMEOPATHIC HEARTWORM – “PREVENTION”
Give a homeopathic dose, can be added once a day to meals in high season, and high or low-risk areas can stir in 4 drops into water dish once a week.
Full dosing instructions provided
2. HEARTWORM “POSITIVE” in your Canine TREATMENT PROGRAM
HERBAL HEARTWORM – TREATMENT
a dose (according to size and age of pet) drops which are on the Label of the Bottle.
You can the drops twice daily in a small amount of food or some tasty liquid oral syringe (or hand feed) for 6 weeks to kill the worm.
Antigen will remain in the system for 4 to 5 months after the death of worm, so please continue dosing for a few more months, one dose daily. All ages and stages.
For No side effects at all, as totally chemical free, you will only see improvement. See the HELP SHEET to also support lungs with homeopathic drops and vitamin and minerals specifically to help heart and lung function with your dog.
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HOMEOPATHIC HEARTWORM – TREATMENT
apply a 3 – 4 drops on body (e.g top of head to reach the skin)
Repeat twice a day for three months. After two months, ask your vet to run an occult heartworm test twice a month to monitor your dog’s progress. It may take two to five months for testing to show as negative but Dr Khalsa has had great success with it.
No matter how old or advanced stage with heartworm infestation it is still never too late or risks to help maintain health in your dog.
For Pregnant or Nursing female dogs this herbal formula might be okay in very small doses, which is what we prescribe already. However, the BWH is contraindicated in human pregnancy (can be a uterine stimulant).
Puppies over 3 months are fine to use but under this age (infant puppies) it would be too astringent.
So for infants, our Herbalist would prescribe the homeopathic formula HAMPL HeartWorm 293 100ml.
AN177 Using “Herbal & Homeopathic” formula “HAMPL Heart Worm Free 177 200ml
Most veterinarians will recommend giving a daily or monthly pill or injection to prevent heartworms, but in actuality, you’re not preventing them; you are administering the cure on a regular basis. This cure for heartworm is “toxic”. Of a strong insecticide drug (poisoning the blood). The chemicals are capable of causing disease. The dosage is much smaller than the actual treatment, but when it’s administered month after month, the toxic side-effects become a serious health risk.
A cat is considered a resistant host of heartworms because the worms do not thrive as well inside a cat’s body.
Side effects listed for heartworm preventative drugs are vomiting, diarrhea, convulsions, and weakness. These pills weaken your pet’s immune system which recognizes the chemicals as poison. The body works hard to eliminate the toxins and major organs, like the liver and kidneys, are taxed. For this reason, the pet’s body is not able to handle contact with the normal bacterial or viral substances in our world, so it gets sick more easily.
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 65% of adverse drug reactions and 48% of all reported deaths resulting from drug reactions are caused by heartworm preventatives. The potential side effects of Ivermectin (the active ingredient in Heartgard) include liver problems, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, depression, lethargy, skin eruptions, seizures, tremors, paralysis, autoimmune disorders, thyroid problems, fever, weakness, dizziness, coughing, nose bleeds, difficulty breathing, pneumonia, irritability, sudden aggressive behavior, nerve damage, fertility problems, and sudden death. Other chemical heartworm preventatives have many of the same side effects.
The cause of heartworms is mosquitoes.
For dogs, and sometimes cats, they can cause life-threatening problems because they transmit heartworms. These are parasites that enter the bloodstream as larvae and migrate to the heart. Six months after reaching the heart, the larvae turn into adults, and that’s when problems begin. Full-grown heartworms eventually fill the heart, blocking the flow of blood to the lungs and doing damage to the heart. By the time you see symptoms, they’ve already done damage to the heart. Mosquitoes still bite animals on heartworm pills. The key is to get the blood of the pet in a healthy enough condition that the mosquitoes won’t want it. Mosquitoes are a parasite. Herbs that have anti-parasitic properties will discourage not only mosquitoes but fleas and ticks also.
And also – heartworm “preventatives” drugs don’t actually prevent your pet from getting worms. What they do is poison the larvae at the microfilaria (L1-L2) stage of development, causing them to die.
Reference: Dr Becker DVM Part of the veterinary industry has acknowledged these dangers. These “alternative vets” are open to natural, safe and effective alternatives. Many of these vets believe that the long-term use of heartworm prevention drugs is a link in the chain of diseases such as arthritis, liver and kidney diseases, skin allergies, and many types of cancers.
Dr. Gloria Dodd DVM says, prevention is always the best cure but the drugs that are given for Heartworm preventative are almost as bad as the Parasite itself. Think about it, giving the insecticide Heartworm drug to a dog to poison his blood to kill any microfilaria that may be deposited by an infected mosquito is poisoned blood!
That toxic blood touches every organ in the body.
Dr. Fudens uses holistic therapies to both prevent and treat heartworm disease. Dogs can be vaccinated using a homeopathic nosode to stimulate the immune system to attack the microfilaria and make the body resistant to the disease. There are no chemicals or poisons.
Dr .Steve Marsden DVM is published in the Manual of Natural Veterinary Medicine and has used herbal formulas successfully by holistic veterinarians to treat heartworm.
Dr Marsden states that the formula should be used in conjunction with Bromelain supplement.
Bromelain is an enzyme extracted from pineapples. It helps break down the dead worms. Bromelain is available at many health stores and the recommended starting dose is 30 mg per lb of body weight, divided into two or three daily doses and given two hours away from meals.
Dr Patricia Jordan told us she uses a modified version of the formula in her own practice.
Dr Deva Khalsa’s Homeopathic Heartworm Protocol
Holistic veterinarian Dr Deva Khalsa has found the following homeopathic protocol to be successful in treating heartworms. Give a few drops orally, twice a day for three months.After two months, ask your vet to run an occult heartworm test twice a month to monitor your dog’s progress. It may take two to five months for testing to show as negative but Dr Khalsa has had great success with it.