Natural Treatments for Digestive Weakness and Loss of Appetite in Pets
Home Remedies for Poor Appetite and Weak Digestion in Pets
Homeopathic Remedies for

Poor Digestion and Loss of Appetite
Pepsinum 30c - Aids the Digestive Process
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Pepsinum 30c

The nosode, Pepsinum 30c, is prepared from gastric juices containing the enzyme pepsin.. Pepsin is a protease (protein-digesting) enzyme, which is active in the stomach. It is produced in the mucosal lining of the stomach and acts to degrade or breakdown protein during the digestive process.

In veterinary homeopathy it is used particularly as
a tonic to aid weak digestion in alternating doses with other digestive remedies, e.g. Nux Vomica, to improve and stimulate the animals appetite.
Nux Vomica 30c - Sluggish Digestion and Appetite Loss
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Nux Vomica 30c

Veterinary Uses: It is often given for sluggish digestion. In dogs and cats it improves the animal's digestive processes and can help stimulate and restore loss of appetite. Colic in horses associated with ingestion of green foods is also an indicator for the use of Nux in equine care. Liver conditions can also benefit from the use of Nux vomica.

Nux can improve digestion and is a good remedy to consider when an animal looses or has a poor appetite due to discomfort in the gastrointestinal tract.

This remedy can help calm indigestion, gas, bouts of diarrhea and vomiting in dogs and cats and colic in horses to relieve stomach pain associated with poor digestion of food.

In avian healthcare consider using Nux for vomiting, chronic diarrhea and crop binding in birds with digestive upsets.

This remedy is especially indicated for animals with pushy personalities or irritability if they don't get their way.
Recommended Resources
For detailed treatments and
dosing instruction in veterinary homeopathy, we recommend using Pet Remedy Charts, 'Homeopathy to the Rescue' for dogs, cats, horses or birds. For step-by-step, easy to follow instruction in the advanced methods, in the homeopathic treatment of animals, we recommend "Fast Forward to the Cure" a guide to the techniques of dosing and managing acute and chronic disease.
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