Botanicals - Western Herbal Medicines combinations and single ingredient preparations of medicinal herbal extracts (ideally from a whole plant / plant parts). For example, our prescribed Milkthistle supplements are purely plant based instead of synthetic lab-generated components.
Botanicals - Chinese Herbal Medicinal Formulas (CHM) contain a variety of plant parts in defined ratios with very specific actions based on Traditional Chinese Medical systems. These herbal formulas complement acupuncture treatments, supporting "reset" of the patient's healing ability. Chinese herbal formulas are an indispensable tool to heal pets on processed foods. AsiaPaws only distributes Veterinary approved herbal formulas that are free of toxins, free of animal products and safe for cats, dogs and pet rodents.
Herbal medicines are not "optional". They are prescribed as part of your pet's successful treatment. You wouldn't "dismiss" antibiotics or other drugs for a pet in need, don't deprive your pet this essential tool for natural (non-damaging) healing!
Dietary Therapies focus on cellular regeneration and minimize pro-inflammatory responses. You will be guided which foods are suitable for your pet's condition to heal. Additionally it will be discussed how much, how often and even where to feed. Dietary Therapy may be essential for your pet to heal and for better, lasting life quality.
Nutritional Supplements are like "tools" for a nutritionally imbalanced patient. Our advise concentrates on medicinal, natural substances. At AsiaPaws you won't find yourself being pushed towards purchasing commercial veterinary products. Therapeutic nutritional supplements should contain a maximum of pure plant extracts and a minimum of chemicals to really work! Like tools for a (house) renovation, we want great quality and less "fluff" like packaging....
How do I give herbal powders to my pet?
Start by following Dr Susanna's or the clinic nurse's advice.
Gradually introduce natural remedies, step by step (initially, for "introduction purposes" you may reduce the prescribed amount). Your pet will learn step by step how good healing can taste!
Your energy and attitude towards natural medicine is crucial. If you don't trust natural medicines, your pet likely picks up on that.
If this is the case, it's the time to think about going back to drugs and your conventional vet's methods. Occasionally, a pet may accept herbal medication more easily when it's filled into a capsule.The dispensed powder easily fits into empty capsules, available in local Chinese medical "halls".