Treat heart failure and strokes with Strophanthin for animals
Symptoms of heart failure in the dog / cat (can be related to any animal):
- A cough that has nothing to do with a cold
- Shortness of breath
- Lower resilience (dog lies down on shorter walks and does not want to move anymore)
- Attack-like, sudden loss of consciousness
- Cyanotic (bluish) discoloration of the tongue, oral mucosa and eye mucosa
- Heart failure is mainly evident when the animal is under heavy stress
- The animal may refuse to eat or no longer accepts treats
- Obese animals suffer cardiovascular diseases faster than normal-weight animals
Experience report from N.E. (December 2015):
My dog Bebe has a heart valve defect. She gets 1 gastro-resistant capsule G-Strophanthin per day and is lively all day and in a good mood. The capsules contain 3 mg each. She can take this amount as a heart valve defect and it works wonderfully 24 hours a day. She even survived general anesthesia due to dental treatment.
Comment by Dr. Debusmann: Unusual, an entire capsule in the morning is well tolerated and lasts all day. So thank you for this report!
Conclusion: Trying is about studying.
Report by Ms. V. W. 05.03.2018:
Hello Dr. Debusmann,
Your phone advice helped my old dog very well.
He is almost young again, he is doing really well again with the G-Strophanthin capsules and has even gained weight again!
I walk with him through the forest for 3 hours a day again.
Animals do not tolerate alcohol. Those that already suffer from health problems, should not be given medication with alcohol.
If you want to make a tincture or solution out of the raw seeds, please take the time and make yourself a solution without alcohol or use our specially designed capsules of 1mg G-Strophanthin for animals.
Animals up to 10kg take 1- twice daily ½ to 1 G-Strophanthin 1mg capsules
Animals up to 20 kg take 1- twice daily 1 G-Strophanthin 1mg capsules
Animals up to 30 kg take 1- twice daily 1-2 G-Strophanthin 1mg capsules
Animals 30 – 40 kg take 1- twice daily ½ to 1 G-Strophanthin 3mg capsules
Animal over 40 take 1- twice daily 1-2 G-Strophanthin 3mg capsules
Please start on the first day in the afternoon with half the dosage and continue to do so for 2 days.
Then try the normal dosage in the morning. Depending on the metabolism, one dosage daily may be sufficient.
Please observe your pet… always: Less is more.
You will see a difference
As with humans, it’s best to get the body used to the Ouabain.
Then you will see the reaction of your loved one and can dosage appropriately.
1) Hide them in a “treat” (The best way in our opinion).
2) Drop the pill or capsule as far back over the tongue as possible, then immediately close the mouth and blow on the dog’s nose which will encourage her to swallow. If you are unable to get the pill far enough over the base of the tongue, the dog will spit it out.
A kind note from Dr. Debusmann :
http://www.strophantus.de/in-english-1.html (enlace en tab nuevo)
Brushing teeth in dogs
I would like to show one observation here: brushing teeth in dogs.
Somehow I have competence because I am a dentist.
The teeth at risk of pradontosis in the dog and in the context also stinking teeth, are the upper and lower jaw incisors and anterior teeth.
Since these teeth are washed by saliva on the inside, the pradontitis, paradontose bacteria / germs collect on the outside of the tooth and gums.
Therefore only the outside needs to be cleaned. The cleaning technique should be similar to that of humans, i.e. Shake and spin only 1mm towards the gums.
A period of about 3-5 seconds is sufficient. Without water, without toothpaste. Once a day.
You don’t even have to open the mouth:
You just push the toothbrush past the lips with their mouth closed and move towards the gums.
The first 10 times to get used to it gently, but then always more firmly, kind of “spit” the brushes into the gums.
Take a Meridol periodontal brush soft or a similar one from Sensodyne.
No hard bristles!!
Even the normal soft toothbrush is still too hard, i.e. these fine bristles are supposed to go along the tooth into the gum pocket, penetrate and loosen the plaque (biofilm) there.
To hold on to the dog, you should sit, kneel astride him and keep his head pressed against your chest.
With that he is in a fixed position. If he doesn’t like it (yet), give him time to get slowly used to it.
It is a need for my dog to sniff his toothbrush after brushing his teeth.
Rinsing the brush after the treatment is enough.
The molars do not need to be cleaned because the wedge-shaped teeth and gums are wonderful in self cleaning in contrast to the incisors.