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Phosphorus

 

 

Primary use:  Bleeding, Anemia, Lung conditions such as Bronchitis and Pneumonia

 

Dogs that need Phosphorus are often friendly, vocal, affectionate, and have an uncanny sensitivity to the moods of their human companions.

These dogs are often lean or skinny, have great hunger and thirst and are chilly so often choose a warm area or a sunny spot in which to lie.

Phophorus is a great remedy for vomiting.  The dog might gulp large quantities of water and then throw it up as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach.  There might be undigested food in the vomitus.

Dogs who need Phosphorus are sensitive to noise and can startle easily.  This is the dog that becomes frightened during fireworks or thunderstorms.  They are so affectionate that they are greatly comforted by human attention even when they are very ill.

 

General indications or modalities:

✦  Bleeding of bright red blood, in the stool, vomit, or phlegm

✦  Coughs, bronchitis

✦  Worse from cold wet weather or windy weather

✦  Worse loud noises

✦  Better from warmth

 

Conditions that respond to Phophorus:

Anemia, Emaciation, Vomiting, Nose bleeds, Bloody diarrhea, Liver conditions, Lung conditions. Paralysis of the back legs.

 

Dosage:  Give one dose one to three times a day.  First contact your vet then give the remedy as frequently as once every five minutes in the case of hemorrhage.  Stop when you see improvement and do not repeat again until symptoms recur.

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