Tips on Using Rescue Remedy


We use Rescue Remedy for Pug Dog Encephalitis. Our pet has this. After her first seizure, when the vet told us there was nothing that could be done, we started doing research. What we found was Rescue Remedy. Being a natural remedy, they do not discuss being able to help with seizures. Calming only. After her first set of seizures, 3 over two days, our dog did not have another for 2 years. The most frequent one was much more severe. Because Rescue Remedy works wonders for calming anxiety for everybody. I have a bottle with me at all times. The night that she woke me up with her little paw in the middle of a severe seizure, I ran immediately to get my bottle. We had found that you cannot overdose because of it’s properties, the more anxiety, the higher dose. The moment that I began giving my beloved pup droppers full of Rescue Remedy, she started to come out of the seizure. I continued to give her droppers and within 2 hours she was sleeping peacefully. I do not believe she would have made it to the vet and if she had there would have been very little they could do. We keep a full bottle on the night stand.

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