Rhizoma coptidis dosing and supporting info.
I think we can go UP on the dose.
I like Rhizoma coptidis but I’m wondering if we’re giving enough?
So far NO dog on Rhizoma has had diarrhea or even a laxative effect from it. And the dogs on higher-end dosing have had better luck with their liver enzymes. But one dog, a 65 pound mix, had declining liver enzymes for two rounds, and then this third time, a full-stop to the decline and even, back up 200 points. (Still not the thousands it used to be) so we’re gonna increase dose. I believe there’s EASY room for TWENTY milligrams per pound x twice a day.
Here’s the “sheet” about rhizoma coptidis and how to measure it. Doc Johnson
What’s the point of Rhizoma coptidis? It’s been held out in TCM as an alternative to Urso. Considerable savings can be realized but does it WORK?
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