Herbsmith Calm Shen
Herbsmith Calm Shen

Herbsmith Calm Shen

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Calm Shen is calming blend of herbs for dogs and cats exhibiting nervousness, hyperactivity, discontentment, or responding to environmentally induced stress. Calm Shen helps dogs and cats maintain a normal and relaxed disposition while also helping them cope with external stresses.

Calm Shen is a great formula for behavioral problem management and may help to curb destructive behavior by helping dogs and cats maintain calmness. Calm Shen may also reduce hyperactivity by promoting a sense of relaxation and mental alertness without drowsiness. The herbs in Calm Shen help to maintain contentment during separation, travel, times of loud noises such as fireworks or thunderstorms, tension caused by changes in your pet’s daily routine, or other situations that may cause anxiousness.

Ingredients

Active Ingredients: Proprietary blend of (raw rehmannia root, asparagus tuber, ophiopogon tuber, angelica tang kuei, schisandra fruit, biota seed, sour jujube seed, ginseng, scrophularia, salvia dan shen, poria, polygala, platycodon)

Additional Ingredients in Tablets Only:

Inactive: hydroxypropyl cellulose, calcium carbonate, maltodextrin, microcrystalline cellulose, silicon dioxide, stearic acid, magnesium stearate

  • POWDER
  • <15 lbs: ¼ tsp twice a day
  • 15-30 lbs: ½ tsp twice a day
  • 31-80 lbs: 1 tsp twice a day
  • 81-120 lbs: 1½ tsp twice a day
  • >120 lbs: 2 tsp twice a day
  • TABLETS:
  • <15 lbs: ½ tablet twice a day
  • 15-30 lbs: 1 tablet twice a day
  • 31-80 lbs: 2 tablets twice a day
  • 81-120 lbs: 3 tablets twice a day
  • >120 lbs: 4 tablets twice a day

Cautions

If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. Not for use within 48 hours of surgery or anesthesia. Not for use in pregnant animals or during diarrhea.

Use caution in animals with; inflammatory kidney disorders; hypertension; chronic respiratory disease. Use caution with cardiac glycosides and MAO inhibitors, ACE inhibitors, NSAIDs, and aspirin.

Heat-Draining Herbs

In a healthy dog, the heart, a fire element (yang), and the kidney, a water element (yin), are balanced. Excessive emotional or physical stress and aging can diminish normal kidney function, which leads to the inability to control heat (heart fire) and subsequently allows nervousness to occur. Rehmannia, asparagus tuber, ophiopogon, and scruphularia all help to clear heat and restore balance.

Spirit-Calming Herbs

Anxious behavior may also occur due to an imbalance of the heart itself and may take root as excess heat or agitation. Biota seed and polygala help to calm the spirit while preserving the dog or cat's unique personality.

Harmonizing Herbs

Conducts the actions of the other herbs upward to the heart spirit.