Initial serving: Administer every hour for up to 10 servings. Thereafter, administer 3 times daily for approximately 7-10 days.
|Cat & Dog || under 20 lbs || 1 pinch|
|Dog || 20-50 lbs || 2 pinches |
|Dog || over 50 lbs || 1/4 cap|
TF-Defense is a 100% homeopathic formula and contains the following ingredients in therapeutic dosage: Aconitum nap (6C), Milk Thistle, Crotalus hor (200C), Ferrum phos (6X).
Carduus mar (3X) is regarded as one of the most important homeopathic ingredients with regards to the liver. Medical use of Milk Thistle may be traced back more than 2000 years. Milk Thistle contains a flavonoid complex called silymarin. (Wagner H, Horhammer L, Munster R. ""The chemistry of silymarin (silybin), the active principle of the fruits of Silybum marianum (l.) Gaertner"", Arzneim-Forsch Drug Research 1968; 18: 688-96.) Silymarin is a powerful natural anti-oxidant and can greatly support liver function and toxin removal at the cellular level, thereby supporting the body’s ability to routinely regenerate liver cells. (Sonnenbichler J, Mattersberger J and Rosen H (1976) ""Stimulation of RNA synthesis in rat liver and isolated hepatocytes by silybin, an anti-hepatotoxic agent from Silybum marianum"" L. Gaertn. Hoppe Seyler's Z Physiol Chem 357: 1171-1180 Medline.)
Crotalus hor (200C) is a homeopathic remedy that can be used to support integrity of red blood cells while also maintaining liver health and supporting the immune system.
Ferrum phos (6C) is one of the most important biochemic tissue salts. It supports the natural distribution of iron and oxygen throughout the body, maintains comfort and ease of movement in muscles and joints and helps to maintain the health of cell walls.
Aconitum nap (6C) is often used to support the nervous system and maintain routine balance and harmony.
TF-Defense is a homeopathic remedy registered with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
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