Thuja 200C - for vaccine side-effects
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This homeopathic remedy can be used when you suspect any health or behavioral problems associated with vaccination. These issues can persist for months and even years.
Each vial contains approximately 30 doses!
Dosage instructions: If you have a suspicion that your dog suffers from any effects of vaccinosis (vaccine reaction) give two doses 12 hours apart and repeat in two weeks.
One dose = a single layer of tiny granules covering the bottom of the vial lid. The remedy is given orally and will dissolve on the mucous membranes. It does not need to be swallowed.
No food or water 30 minutes before or after giving a dose of Thuja 200C, whenever possible.
Store away from electrical devices.
Please note: This remedy does not replace a veterinary examination and assessment. We recommend you contact your veterinary practitioner prior to starting any treatment.
For severe or life threatening reactions, contact your veterinarian immediately.