Arthritis in catsI have a 14year old cat who suffers from Arthritis she also has had in the past a mild kidney complaint which does not appear to bother her. Do you think that Rhus Tox would be beneficial for her if so what doseage would you recommend and could I buy it in liquid form.
I would appreciate any help or advice.
robinson on 2010-01-31
**she is better by movement or better by rest
**she prefers warm or cold surroundings
**describe her other physical problems
**when did the problem start and what are the probable causes
**any other significant information
♡ kadwa last decade
She is not very active in the day sleeps a lot of the time loves the warmth. however she is sociable in the evening. She was diagnosed with kidney disease in 2008 she had a dramatic weight loss since then has had a diet recommended by the vet and now appears well and is now not underweight or overweight I think the problem may have arison from a fall from a 3 storey window when she was about 4 years old.The problem however has not appeared until the last year she limps very badly and the vet has diagnosed arthritis in her right front leg. I have purchased Cortaflex for her over the last 2 months this is costly and doesnt seem to have any benefit.I realise that I cannot repair the damage but would like to think that there is something that could perhaps help to alliviate the inflamation caused by arthritis
robinson last decade
three doses of Arnica 200c at a gap of 4 hours
three doses of Rhus Tox 30c at a gap of 4 hours
Please repeat Rhus Tox 30c every 3rd day ie 5th, 7th, 9th, 11th day (ie for 5 days) and then stop.
One dose means
If the medicine is in pills form 2 pills. Don't touch pills with hand. Use cap of bottle to take pills.
If the medicine is in liquid dilution form, 1 drop in some 5-10 ml water. Sip up slowly.
♡ kadwa last decade
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