This homeopathic product assists in the removal of associated vaccine side effects without removing any vaccine benefits. This treatment is to be used following a vaccine and can be used in more chronic circumstances. As an example, people are increasingly travelling with their dogs abroad and their pets require a renewal of the Rabies jab every two years which could lead to negative side effects called Vaccinosis due to over-vaccination. The various symptoms can be found below. Made from natural ingredient it is designed to remove the negative vaccine side effects with the main active ingredients being: Thuja from Northern White Cedar used to treat canine paillomas virus and Silicia in which flint helps removes toxin along with other benefits.

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Assists in the removal of associated vaccine side effects without removing any vaccine benefits. 1 oz liquid.
Note: This product will not remove any benefits of vaccines.
Consider annual Titer testing as an alternative to routine vaccinating. This ensures that your animal is protected without over vaccinating which can compromise their health.

Symptoms of Vaccinosis can include (but are not limited to):
-Immediate symptoms:
-muscle pain and/or stiffness
-aggression or change in mood/behaviour
-Chronic or longer term symptoms:
-skin eruptions - warts, rashes, cysts, hot spots
-respiratory symptoms
-digestive issues (vomiting, diarrhoea, IBD, etc)
-ACL issues
-recurrent ear infections

The following ingredients are homeopathic:

Origin: Northern White Cedar/Arbor Vitae/Tree of Life
primary vaccinosis remedy
used for canine papillomas

Silicea (Silica)
Origin: Pure Flint/Silicon Dioxide a natural chemical compound found in the earth
Helps to remove toxic reaction from vaccinated animals
Used to push foreign objects to the surface
Helps with boils/abscesses
Useful for blocked tear ducts and salivary glands

Please note:
For animal use only. Safe use in pregnant or lactating females has not been proven. In chronic cases where symptoms do not begin to improve within 10 days, it is best to consult your veterinarian.