Vax Detox Kit Canine is a homeopathic blend, designed specificaly to support the normal immune system of a dog that has ill effects or vaccinosis from vaccinations.
It can be used as a detox kit, for dogs that have had bad reactions and vaccinosis to their vaccinations. Or it can also be used as a support detox after a dog has had their vaccinations.
Our Vax Detox Kit Canine has been developed to make it easy for you to support your dog with their vaccination regime and restore them back to health.
The 3 remedies in the Vax Detox Kit
- Vax Support – this assist to remove vaccine toxicity and help to repair damage
- DrainHom - to support the body while it is cleansing and detoxing
- HP Canine Program - nosodes of the vaccination, to support with ill effects
Full instruction sheet will be included with the kit, to help you navigate the detox and support of your pet.
Note: This product will not remove any of the benefits of vaccinations.
When would you use this kit:
- After your puppy or dog has had their vaccinations
- For a dog that developed vaccinosis related symptoms after their vaccinations
- For a dog that has been disagnoses with an auto immune disease
This kit has been developed by a full qualifies Animal Homeopath
Handmade in NZ. All remedies have a shelf life of 5 years
All remedies come a 25ml bottles
Vax Detox Kit Canine comes in a liquid form, as we find this is the easiest way to administer.
It is preferred that it is put straight into the mouth of the animal, making sure not to contaminate the dripper. This can be done by adding the drops to a teaspoon, lifting the lip and place in the mouth. But we do realise that this is not always an option, it can therefore be added to food.
This is a 3 remedy kit, instructions are on each bottle, also an instruction sheet will be included with each kit.
Caution: If this preparation fails to alleviate the condition being treated the user should seek veterinary advice.
Vax Support: Silica, Thuja
DrainHom: Chelidonium, Gelsenium, Hydrastis
Nosodes of: Parvo virus, Leptospirosis, Hepatitis, Distemper, Kennel Cough