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Yunnan Baiyao

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On a side note, with the known intra-abdominal bleeding, the vet gave me an herbal medication to give. Below is the information for those of you who may have interest.

Yunnan Baiyao, to use or not to use?


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3 Responses to “Yunnan Baiyao”

  1.   benny55 Says:

    Thanks for taking the time to share the information!

    I have seen .members here who have used it and have had felt very positive about it. For whatever it’s worth, it’s certainly a route I would absolutely try in a heartbeat if faced with the same situation!

    Hugs and best wishes for Sarge

    Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

  2.   misterrustybucket Says:

    I second Sally’s recommendation for the yunnan. My dog, Lucy, had hemangiosarcoma which can involve a lot of internal bleeding (and she did have bleeding) and we gave her the yunnan every day for over a year. The packets we got from the modern herb shop online each came with a red emergency pill that was tiny. The herb was used during wars originally to stop bleeds and I know our emergency vet administers it frequently. I don’t know for sure what worked or didn’t internally but Lucy didn’t have any adverse reaction.
    I hope it can help your precious Sarge. We love that boy.
    ❤️Amy & Rusty

  3.   c1nicolei Says:

    So far Sarge is pushing on. Eating daily and drinking, definite slowing down of activity is noted. He did has a set back 3 nights ago. Became agitated and kept looking around, seemed anxious, we gave him a trazadone for anxiety. Became clear he has lost vision on his right side. He can only see us if we are on his left. Thinking a stroke. Bless his heart, he still wags his tail and seems so happy to be with us. I backed the meds down to once a day in case it was making him prone to clot.

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