Consumer information for Eurologist 300 mg and Eurologist 1200 mg

Appearance and contents of the tablets
Eurologist is available in:
The tablets are beige/sand coloured and have a break line in order to easily split the tablet in half. If necessary the tablets can be split in smaller parts with a small knife or pill splitter.

Chinese herbs (name in Latin / Pin Yin): Aconiti radix/ ZHI CHUAN WU, Batatatis rhizoma/ SHAN YAO, Cinnamomi cortex/ ROU GUI, Gardeniae fructus/ ZHI ZI, Imperatae rhizoma/ BAI MAO GEN, Leonuri herba/ YI MU CAO, Magnoliae flos/ XIN YI, Mume fructus/ WU MEI, Nelumbinis nodus rhizomatis/ OU JIE, Paeoniae albae radix/ CAO BAI SHAO, Peucedani radix/ QIAN HU, Polygonati rhizoma/ HUANG JING and Vaccariae semen/ WANG BU LIU XING.

The herbal formula can be given for a prolonged period of time to a dog, cat, guinea pig, gerbil, hamster or other small pets. It is suitable for animals of all ages, including pups and kittens. Do not use when the animal is pregnant or weaning. Do not use in case of diarrhoea.

Administering the tablets
The tablets can be administered as follows:
Side effects
This formula has no known side effects with either short or long term. Your pet can start drinking more, this is a normal effect, enabling an easier passage of crystals. Your pet will not get a skin problem, start itching etc. from this herbal formula.

Medication interaction
Interactions with other herbal formulas from Petherbs or with veterinary medication are not known and therefore this herbal formula can be administered simultaneously with all other Petherbs products, of course in the prescribed dosages.
This herbal formula may also be used together with veterinary medication or special diet food. If so desired you can cut back on the veterinary medication or diet food after 1-2 weeks. A successful method is: give both for the first week, second week divide the veterinary medication or diet food in halve, in the third week divide the veterinary medication or diet food in halve again or stop giving it.

Medication overdose
This means your animal has ingested more than the prescribed dosage. A severe overdose (e.g. 10x the normal dosage) may cause diarrhoea. If this does not stop after a few days, contact Petherbs or your vet.

Store in the original packaging at room temperature (under 25°C) in a dry place, i.e. not in the bathroom.

Expiry date
When properly stored, the tablets can be used until the expiry date on the packaging. Do not use after the expiry date. For example: exp. 06.2008 means that the tablets should not be used after June 2008. This herbal formula’s expiry date is at least 3 years from the production date.

Dosage, preventive/ maintenance dose
This herbal formula may be given long term, either as a preventive measure or as maintenance. The dose for this is the same as a normal dose, there a no side effects when used long term. When the symptoms are no longer present after 4 weeks of using a maintenance dose, the dose can be decreased. The dose can differ from animal to animal and should be tried out.

Body weight
Preventive/ maintenance dose
Up to ± 1 kg
0,5 tablet of 300 mg 2 x a day
Up to ± 5 kg
1 tablet of 300 mg 2 x a day
Up to ± 10 kg
0,5 tablet of 1200 mg 2 x a day
Up to ± 20 - 25 kg
1 tablet of 1200 mg 2 x a day
Up to ± 30 kg
1,5 tablet of 1200 mg 2 x a day
Up to ± 40 kg
2 tablets of 1200 mg 2 x a day
Up to ± 50 kg
2,5 tablet of 1200 mg 2 x a day
Over 60 kg
3 tablets of 1200 mg 2 x a day

Colour, smell and flavour
The composition of this herbal formula is always the same, but since we are dealing with a natural product colour, smell and flavour can vary.

Pure quality
The product contains pure natural ingredients, without chemical additives such as gluten, yeasts, colourings, fragrance or conservatives.

Leftover tablets
Leftover tablets do not have to be disposed of as chemical waste, but can be put in a green wastecontainer. The formula is made of natural herbs.

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