Rhus toxicodendron in diseases of the locomotor system in the dog


This remedy with the hard-to-remember name of poisonous salmon has a particularly favorable effect on the locomotor system and can help the dog with inflammation of the joints, tendons and ligaments, rheumatism, dislocations and strains or hip complaints. Where often only painkillers help, Rhus Toxicodendron may help to reduce them.

Rhus toxicodendron is a homeopathic remedy that has a wide range

The remedy acts specifically on muscles, tissues, mucous membranes, nerves, the skin and also on the central nervous system. It is used especially frequently in diseases of the musculoskeletal system, since it also offers a wide range here.

It heals painful inflammation in the dog, which show up at the joints, tendons or ligaments. Likewise, it helps the dog to walk around with his back arched and strained or strained. The symptoms usually improve after exercise, that is, the dog recovers slowly. However, if the dog is overloaded, the old symptom picture can reappear. It can also be helpful with dachshunds, ie with herniated discs and when the dog gets up stiff in the morning, because he has problems with the hip joints.

In which cases does Rhus Toxicodendron help?

In addition to the symptoms listed above, it can also be used for eczema with blisters, bladder infections, in which the pain in the back, in diarrhea after wetness and cough, which sets in after midnight and continues until the morning.

The most common general symptoms that lead to the selection of Rhus toxicodendron in dogs, in addition to those already described by muscles, tendons and ligaments, and those of the tendon sheaths. Here Rhus Toxicodendron works well because it promotes blood circulation.

Special mention should be made of the effect of spondylosis, in which the remedy can be used to great effect. If the remedy is indicated, it often shows dry mucous membranes and a lot of thirst, as well as restlessness. Aggravation occurs in wet and cold and in the rest at night.

Improvement is seen in movement, which worsens when the movement lasts too long and during heat applications.

Rhus toxicodendron is administered to the dog in the D30, 1 x daily, 5 globulis until symptoms improve.

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