Eastern Herbs Help Calm Angry Dogs
Do you need help with dog aggression?
Dogs display aggression in several ways:
- Baring teeth.
It’s very frustrating when your dog displays aggression!
If possible, try to find the cause or trigger of your dog’s aggression.
Some common causes of dog aggression are:
- resource guarding
- establishing dominance
Pinpointing the cause or trigger can help you manage dog aggression.
Unfortunately, many bewildered owners have no idea why their dog is so angry.
If your dog is aggressive and you’re not sure why, your dog may be energetically out of balance.
Luckily, Eastern medicine offers a natural, herbal solution for unbalanced, aggressive dogs.
Liver Happy: Western Medicine Applications
Liver Happy helps dogs with the following Western diagnoses:
- aggressive behavior
- liver diseases.
Liver Happy: Eastern Medicine Philosophy
Eastern medicine treats a disease’s root cause(s) rather than symptoms
TCVM vets look for signs of imbalance.
Liver Happy helps dogs with the following TCVM signs:
- Liver Qi stagnation with heat
- Purple or red tongue
- Red eyes
- Wiry pulse.
How Liver Happy Treats Dog Aggression
The herbs perform synergistically, balancing systems and meridians in the body.
Liver Happy addresses the underlying causes of your dog’s illness or disease.
The underlying cause of disease is imbalance somewhere in the body.
Liver Happy alleviates imbalances while soothing symptoms of illness and disease.
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, Liver Happy heals by:
- Soothing Liver Qi
- Clearing Heat
- Resolving stagnation.
What Are the Ingredients in Liver Happy?
The main ingredients in Liver Happy (and their actions) are:
- Bai Sho Yao (Paeonia, aka white peony root) soothes the Liver.
- Bo He (Mentha, aka peppermint, common field mint) moves Qi.
- Chai Hu (Buplerum, aka buplerum root, hare’s root) soothes the Liver.
- Chen Pi (Citrus, aka orange peel, citrus peel, tangerine peel) dries up Dampness, moves Qi.
- Dan Gui (Angelica, aka dong quai, angelica root) moves Blood.
- Gan Cao (Glycyrrhiza, aka licorice root) harmonizes other herbs.
- Mu Dan Pi (Moutan, aka moutan root bark, tree peony root bark) cools the Liver.
- Qing Pi (Citrus, aka unripe orange or tangerine peel) moves Qi, soothes the Liver, and resolves stagnation.
- Xiang Fu (Cyperus, aka nutgrass rhizome, purple nutsedge root) soothes the Liver and resolves stagnation.
- Zhi Zi (Gardenia, aka gardenia fruit, cape jasmine fruit) clears Heat.
Dr. Huisheng Xie, founder of the Chi Institute in Reddick, FL, created Liver Happy specifically for animals.
Dr. Xie based Liver Happy on the ancient Chinese formula Chai Hu Shu Gan, found in the 1080 text Tai Pin Hui Min He Ji Ju Fang (Imperial Grace Formulary of the Tia Ping Era).
Liver Happy works best when combined with plenty of water, Eastern Food Therapy, and moderate exercise.
Note: Information on this site is provided for educational purposes only and is not meant to substitute advice provided by your own veterinarian.