- Swelling of joints, Shar-Pei hock attacks.
- Either chronic or acute conditions.
- Joints hot, painful, swelling injury, windgall.
- Common for racehorse, performance animals.
AN147 Joint SWELLING pain and swollen joint.. e.g equine windgall, shar-pei hock fever, or other injuries
The natural medicines will quickly reduce inflammation and swelling (and pain) of the muzzle, fetlock or knee and any other areas needing relief. Safe and natural treatment for swelling of joints, that is hot and painful from injury or disorders.
This remedy heals and corrects, so each time attack, it will become less and less severe.
For either Chronic or Acute condition for all species.
~ Canine ( e.g. Shar Pei’s) with hock attacks and fever.
Use in conjunction with the (AN019-1) HAMPL Reno-Aidformula drops to protect kidneys. This kidney remedy is from the set of kidney treatments, however, just request the one formula no 1 from the set.
~ Equines with Windgall condition or damages to joint and ligaments.
Swellings on the fetlocks occur when the tendon sheaths above the horse’s fetlocks become filled with synovial fluid.
Use in conjunction with HAMPL Tear Repair 90 formula. As will help strengthen and repair weakness or protection of articular windgall. Other Natural Medicines for severe joint damages and inflammation use in conjunction with HAMPL Joint Repair 190 30ml.
Canine: apply to body or orally, 3 times a day if chronic or add to water dish once a week as a prevention.
Equine:apply a dose on the back, repeat as often as needed to get good results.
Dosing when Acute symptoms:
pain and inflammation, repeat a dose every 5 minutes. Usually, after the third repeat application symptoms are greatly reduce and the pet is relaxed again. Can also stir in a dose to the water trough, water bowl, and meals as a prevention.
How important is the Mineral “Magnesium”
Magnesium also makes up bone health. It is also an important relaxant for muscles. As well magnesium stimulates the hormone calcitonin, which helps to preserve bone structure by drawing calcium out of the blood and soft tissues back into the bones. This action helps lower the likelihood of osteoporosis, some forms of arthritis, heart attack and kidney (calcium oxalate stones). So, if you’re taking lots of calcium and not much magnesium or none, you are then highly susceptible to these conditions. In fact, it is advised not to take oral calcium supplements with or without magnesium, as we obtain calcium in many types of foods, but magnesium is lost very quickly, from stress, drugs, and calcium.
We actually only need to take oral Magnesium. Calcium actually depletes magnesium in the body. Most of us (and pets) are storing calcium in the blood and soft tissues, so we do not need any more calcium, it is magnesium levels that we need to build up.
Note:RBC magnesium blood test is the only type of test that will reveal what is in the cells. Serum Magnesium tests only measure 1% of magnesium in the blood, not the cells of the body.
A review of nutrition and bone health published by the American College of Nutrition, it was noted that among four unique population studies each found a positive correlation between magnesium and bone mineral density.
These studies are backed up by research demonstrating that magnesium deficiency results in:
- Decreased bone strength
- Decreased bone volume
- Poor bone development
Excess release of calcium from bone into the blood without accompanying bone formation.
Even mild magnesium deficiency is reported to be a leading risk factor for osteoporosis. Similarly, the use of calcium supplements in the face of a magnesium deficiency can lead to calcium deposition in the soft tissues, such as the joints, where it can promote arthritis, or in the kidney, contributing to kidney stones.