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Bone – Density or Spurs (over Calcification – mineralization), Vertebral Osteophytosis, Spondylosis Deformans – 220Code:
AN220

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  • Calcium balancing for dissolving bone spur growths (calcification- bone or disc). Bone over Calcification e.g decreased bone mineralization (osteopenia), Bone Density, Bone Spurs, Vertebral Osteophytosis,, Spondylosis Deformans e.g Lumbar Spondylosis, Plantar fasciitis, Spinal Calcification or Dupuytren, Fascia or Carpal, Hyperparathyroidism.
  • Acute or chronic pain, discomfort..
  • Perivascular calcifications “brain stones” from past insult to head.
  • Anywhere there is a problem – i.e. spine, joints, foot.
  • Secondary or Primary Hyperparathyroidism in pets use Bottle 1.
  • Approx. 1,000 drops in 50ml Bottle
  • Shelf life Several Years (opened or unopened)
Naturopathic formula Set of 3
1. HAMPL Bone Structure 220-1 50ml
2. HAMPL Pain Eze 220-2 30ml
3. ReMag Magnesium 284 100ml liquid

* SPINE (Vertebra Disc)
~ If a MRI reveals dense mineralization (calcification build up) in DISC, also use in conjunction with the AN092 Vertebra Disc Set.
~If also PARALYSIS – If back end of spine causing paralysis of the Bowel and Bladder are involved also request AN169 Bottle no.1 HAMPL Bowel and Bladder Paralysis remedy 50ml

* PANOSTEITITIS
If your pet has also a Panosteitis condition (bone inflammation). Panosteitis is a painful inflammation of the outer surface or shaft of one or more long bones of the legs. It is sometimes called growing pains in larger breed dog. * See HAMPL Herbal Pano 87- 2 mix.

and if needed.

NATURAL PAIN RELIEF
~ Bone Inflammatory Pain Relief 264(B) Herbal e.g. bone on bone, panosteitis-bone inflammation
or
~ Muscle & Bone Inflammatory Pain Relief AN264 (A & B) Herbal   e.g arthritis muscle and bone joint pain relief

Warnings : Always read the label. Use only as directed.If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.