Skin problems in dogs, hotspots & skin sores are most effectively treated with Blood cleansing herbs.
Blood cleansing herbs are employed to eliminate or neutralize toxins in the major organs of the body. Including the liver, kidneys, colon, lungs, lymph and skin.
'Hot Spots' and 'Skin Sores' are the result of a build-up of toxins under the skin seeking release through a local infective process. This is one avenue that the immune system uses, to rid the body of toxins from the blood. Blood toxins resulting from chemicals in the diet, infection, over-sensitivity in the nervous system or some other sort of metabolic stress, will set up conditions where such impurities are deposited just under the skin which then becomes locally unhealthy, sensitive and irritated.
This blood cleansing mix contains alterative herbs which are high in iron and sulphur to detoxify the blood. The Herbs restore the proper function of the body, usually through altering metabolism by improving the tissues' ability to metabolise nutrients and eliminate wastes. Many of these herbs act through the kidneys, liver, lungs, bowels, or skin to eliminate wastes.
Blood cleansers are generally used in conditions of chronic inflammation, infection or degeneration. The mix includes; Echinacea, Garlic, Horsetail, Nettle, Pine Bark, Red Clover and Violet Leaves along with the Bach Flowers Crab Apple& Rescue Remedy. Using the Blood Cleansing mix for the full 12 weeks of the blood cycle should clear 'Hot Spots' or 'Skin Sores' found on your dog. It is best used in conjunction with the Skin Irritant Cream or Skin Healing cream which will help protect and heal the damaged skin, once the internal conditions are addressed.
5 to 10 drops for Tiny and Small Breeds; 10 to 20 drops for Medium and Large breeds.
For Animal Oral Use Only
McDowell's staff Herbalists can not diagnose you or your companions disease or illness. What they can do is offer a herbal program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. If you have unexplained pain or symptoms, seek medical advice.