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Neurological- Central Nervous System e.g. Cerebral Ataxia, Horners, Neuropathy, Cerebellar Hypoplasia (CH), Nystagmus -094Code:
AN094

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  • Canine or Feline Distemper (CNS damages) or  Flea or wormer Vet Products Neurotoxins central nervous system damages (CNS).
  • When the Central Nervous System (CNS) is damaged presenting “Neurological Symptoms” e.g. Cerebellum Issues like – Cerebral Ataxia, Oral – Neck Horners (brachial throat lesion), Neuropathy, Cerebellar Hypoplasia (CH) Paralysis agitate, Constant Head nodding, Tremors, Muscular coordination, and Circling left or right. Feline or Canine Wobblers Syndrome, Floppy Bunny (FBS).
  • Feline Cerebellar Hypoplasia (CH) *See (AN018) Feline Distemper.
  • Paralysis Agitans (a degenerative disorder tremor)
  • Nystagmus is a rapid, involuntary, shaking, “to and fro” movement of the eyes.
  • Approx. 600 drops in 30ml Bottle
  • Shelf life Several Years, (opened or unopened)
Naturopathic Formulas Set of 3
1. HAMPL Brain~N~Nerve 94-1 30ml *Same as AN113-1
2. HAMPL Paralysis Gone 94-2 30ml
3. HAMPL Systemic Virus Infection 94-3 Mix 50ml  

Post- Distemper TIC – in Canines
* See Spasm Release 267(A) formula, with Magnesium powder or liquid in meals twice daily on going.

Laryngeal Paralysis – GOLPP (Geriatric Onset Laryngeal Paralysis Polyneuropathy).  * See AN189-1 Trachi 189-1 formula

Nystagmus – fluttering of eyes, side to side eye movement
* See the Eye-Brain Nystagmus 342 50ml
For symptoms of … side to side movement of eyes or up and down Eye movements or constantly rolling eyes,  dizziness and balance problems, srabismus – squinting, spasms of eyelid.

“Hypersensitive” Syndrome 
Medically named – Hyperaesthesia Syndrome (FHS OR CHS) SENSITIVE TO ALL SENSORS. Or Canine Cervical spinal hyperesthesia. * See AN251 Hyperaesthesia Set

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

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