TYD is an all natural organic herbal remedy that was created specifically to normalize the thyroid gland. In cases of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism it has proven itself effective to help the thyroid gland stop over producing or under producing the thyroid hormones.
Hypothyroidism refers to any condition in which the thyroid gland produces too little thyroid hormone. Hypothyroidism is the most common endocrine disease in dogs. Symptoms may include weight gain with no change in diet, feeling run down, slow, depressed, sluggish, cold, or tired and having dry skin and hair loss, constipation, muscle cramps, slow heart rate and infertility. Some patients have a swelling in the front of the neck due to thyroid enlargement (a goiter).
In most cases, hypothyroidism is caused by a condition called Hashimoto's thyroiditis, in which a patient's immune system attacks and destroys the thyroid. Hypothyroidism can also be caused by treatment of hyperthyroidism or by certain medications, and it may be present from birth. The thyroid may temporarily become under active after pregnancy or if it is inflamed due to a viral infection. Finally, a problem with the pituitary gland can cause hypothyroidism.
Hyperthyroidism refers to any condition in which the body has too much thyroid hormone. These hormones regulate the body's metabolic rate and affect every system in the body.
Hyperthyroidism is rare in dogs but is the most common endocrine (hormone) disorder that affects cats. The onset occurs most commonly in middle to old-age cats with a reported range between 4 and 22 years. Five percent of these cats develop hyperthyroidism before age eight. The breed or sex does not appear to be a predilection.
Diagnosis: There are no symptoms unique to thyroiditis. If the thyroiditis causes slow and chronic thyroid cell damage and destruction, leading to a fall in thyroid hormone levels in the blood, the symptoms would be those of hypothyroidism. If the thyroiditis causes rapid thyroid cell damage and destruction, the thyroid hormone that is stored in the gland leaks out, increasing thyroid hormone levels in the blood, and produces symptoms of thyrotoxicosis, which are similar to hyperthyroidism. A veterinarian will perform blood tests to check the TSH levels. Other blood tests will be performed to conclude the baseline prediction of the out of normal range TSH levels in the first test.
Treatment: Hypothyroidism is easier to treat than hyperthyroidism. A veterinarian will treat your pet with a synthetic thyroid hormone for the rest of it's life. A veterinarian will look at 3 alternatives with hyperthyroidism. The vet will prescribe an anti-thyroid drug, surgically remove the thyroid or treat with radio active iodine.
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Active Ingredients per ml of TYD:
"Proprietary Blend of (Motherwort 1,3,4, Mullein Leaf 1,3,4, Poke Root 2,3,4) 80 mg"
Kelp 1,3,4 27 mg
Irish Moss 1,3,4 17 mg
Red Raspberry Leaf 1,3,4 13 mg
Filtered Water,Grain Alcohol 1, 3 USP 21% by volume.
1~Organic 2~Wildcrafted 3~Non-GMO 4~Kosher
|Animal Weight||Drops||ml/cc||# of Servings
per 1oz. Bottle
|under 3 lbs.||2||0.06 ml/cc||493|
|3 to 10 lbs.||5||0.15 ml/cc||197|
|11 to 25 lbs.||10||0.30 ml/cc||99|
|26 to 80 lbs.||13||0.40 ml/cc||74|
|81 to 150 lbs.||15||0.45 ml/cc||66|
|151 to 250 lbs.||20||0.60 ml/cc||49|
Suggested Use for larger animals such as horses, elephants, giraffes, etc.: For pets over 251 lbs, add 5 drops for every additional 100 lbs of body weight.
Directions for Use:
Shake product well before use.
Do not exceed the recommended dose!
For Caines & Felines: Give 2-3 times daily as needed.
For Birds, Rabbits & Guinea Pigs: Add 20 drops to every 8 oz of water.
Note: Each above dose is less than 1ml.
Amber Glass Bottles ~ If you have more than one pet that you are treating, you might want to consider purchasing one or more amber glass 1/2 oz., 1 oz., or 4 oz. dropper bottles, so you can split up the tincture into a smaller bottle. That way there is less chance of product contamination.
In addition, when treating more than one pet, it may be necessary to assure sterile administration without carry over from pet to pet. This is very important when using Paxxin to treat some pups and using as a preventative for others. The best way to assure this is to use the dropper only to transfer product to an individual sterile oral syringe, using a different syringe for each pet. (This method will also reduce the chances of product contamination.) Those syringes should be sterilized after each use. Each pet should have its own syringe that is not shared with another pet.
The use of a syringe containing measured drops from the dropper will also remove the risk of the animal biting the glass dropper.
These are terrific for storing dried herbs, tinctures, colloidal silver, etc. All are boston rounds and have black plastic phenolic lids, unless noted. The misters are fabulous and deliver a very light and delicate mist. Excellent for misting the face or for animals who are shy of sprayers. The cute little 1/2 oz. droppers are perfect for splitting 1 oz. tincture bottles into two separate bottles.
Syringes ~ these are luer slip syringes without needles that are excellent for administering measured amounts of Parvaid, CS, tinctures, etc. Reinforced tip, large finger grips, smooth draw and easy-to-read graduations. Rubber plunger with double contact for a positive seal and effortless injection. FDA approved and autoclavable.
If purchasing for use with Paxxin (aka Parvaid), syringe size needed is based on the weight of the puppy. We suggest two syringes, one for oral doses and one for enema doses (if not being given Sub Q fluids or on IV's, enemas are or may be necessary to prevent dehydration). Make sure to mark the enema syringe clearly, as you never want to accidentally use an enema syringe for an oral dose, even after it's been washed, as you can reinfect a puppy with parvo.
Puppies/kittens weighing under 3 pounds need 5 to 6 ml syringes. Animals weighing 3-10 pounds need 12 ml syringes. Puppies weighing 11-20 pounds need 20 ml syringes. Puppies weighing 21-40 pounds need 50 ml syringes. Puppies 41-50 pounds need 60 ml syringes.
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