Pulse Restore (Sheng Mai San)
Herbal Creatures™ Pulse Restore is a high potency formula containing herbs traditionally used to strengthen the cardiovascular function and aid in recovery from illness.
A blend of herbs used for:
- Dry throat, thirst, heatstroke
- Irritability, lethargy, panting, shortness of breath
- Dry cough, or cough with scanty sputum
- Weakness of the heart or cardiovascular system
How it works
How it works
Pulse Restore is based on a Chinese herbal formula called Sheng Mai San, used to treat low energy and symptoms of dryness, such as may occur after excessive sweating, panting or heat-stroke. The formula enhances cardiovascular function, is cardioprotective and an immunostimulant, broadening its uses to include cases of cardiomyopathy, congestive heart failure and arrhythmia. It can also be used for chronic cough, chronic bronchitis, leukopenia, hypoadronocorticism and diabetes mellitus as these are all chronic conditions involving dryness and weakness.
In TCM, 'Yin' represents the fluids of the body, and 'Qi' the energy. If both Yin and Qi are damaged, the body is at risk of drying out, and 'burning out'. This simple formula is designed to strongly replenish both fluids and energy, as well as prevent any further loss.
- For the prevention and reoccurrence of respiratory disease, combine with Immunity
- For arrhythmia, to protect against thromboembolism, or to simply promote healthy blood circulation, combine with Cardiovascular Support 1
- For animals undergoing chemotherapy, combine with Build Up
- For diabetic animals, combine with Kidney Support
Mai Men Dong
Wu Wei Zi
Directions for use
Take 3 spoons (9 grams) once daily in wet food.
Acute symptoms: Take 3 spoons (9 grams), 3 times daily in wet food.
- For all ages and weights, an extra dose may be taken to enhance results or as professionally advised.
- Always consult with a qualified veterinary practitioner before taking herbal medicines and nutritional supplements.
- Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your veterinary practitioner.
Chen, John K et al (Chinese Herbal Formulas for Veterinarians), 2012