HomeoPet Storm Stress Over 40kg 15ml
HomeoPet Storm Stress is designed for cats and dogs who experience fear of thunder, fireworks or loud noises. Formulated by Veterinarians, Storm Stress has been proven in clinical trials* to promote a sense of calm and to relieve stress caused by fear of storms. The liquid drops are fast acting, usually within minutes or hours, without any side effects.
For general anxiety issues, you may wish to refer to HomeoPet Anxiety.
In Australia, the leading behavioural Veterinarians Dr. Seskel, Dr. Ley, Dr. Blackman and Charles Sturt University conducted major triple blinded trials that show significant results in reducing dog storm phobia.
Fearful behaviours such as shaking, panting, drooling, fear, hiding, and destructive behaviour can be helped with Storm Stress. These are common physical and psychological symptoms associated with fear of storms, frequently referred to as storm phobia or noise phobia / anxiety.
|Monkshood (Aconitum nap 10x & 200c)||Signs are worse at night, so a night storm is even more frightening. Fear from sudden noises or storms.|
|Oat plant (Avena 7x & 2c)||Anti-neurotic for calming the nervous system and is useful for palpitations and nervous exhaustion.|
|Deadly Nightshade (Belladonna 30c)||Useful for normally quiet individuals. Very sensitive to the flash of lightning causing terror with dilated pupils, even aggression.|
|Borate of Sodium (Borax 6c & 30c)||Fear of any sudden noise or any loud noise. Drooling is often a symptom. Super alert animals, like rabbits, with trembling whiskers as it sniffs the air for predators.|
|Calcium phosphate (Calc Phos 30c & 200c)||Fear of thunder, and will shake, tremble and bolt during a storm.|
|Yellow Jasmine (Gelsemium 6c & 30c & 200c)||Used for anticipatory anxiety with trembling and the animal becomes paralysed with fear. Diarrhoea or involuntary urination may occur when under extreme stress.|
|Clubmoss (Lycopodium 6c & 30c)||Fear of wind and sound storms. Anticipatory anxiety.|
|Carbonate of soda (Natrum Carbonicum 30c & 200c)||A sensitivity to any electrical changes. Starts reacting before the storm starts. Alert and sensitive individual as in Borax.|
|Sodium Chloride (Natrum Muriaticum 30c)||Sound sensitivity. Often averse to company, not making eye contact. Can be sad looking. They are prone to self-mutilate, causing a lick granuloma.|
|Passion flower (Passiflora 7x & 2c)||Calming, anti-convulsant. Quiets the entire nervous system. Anxiolytic-like Avena, Valeriana & Skullcap.|
|Mineral Phosphorus (Phos 6c & 30c & 200c & 1M)||Super-sensitive to all external impressions, particularly thunder and lightning storms, with a strong fear of the dark. Friendly, yet vet-phobic, anticipating any intervention.|
|Rhododendron chrysanthemum (Rhododendron 6c)||Very much affected by windy, or wet stormy weather. Helpful for stiffness from arthritis that is aggravated by the storm.|
|Blue skullcap (Scutellaria Lateriflora 7x & 2c)||Restlessness or unease from nervous fear or excitement.|
|Flint (Silica terra 30c & 200c)||Strongly affected by changes of weather, noise and light as in storms, hurricanes, thunder, lightning and fireworks.|
|Jimson weed (Stramonium 30c)||Terror with the wide-eyed look of fear that can lead to aggression. Has a strong fear of the dark, re-homing or abandonment.|
|Stavesacre (Staphysag 6c & 30c)||The animal is afraid of its own shadow. Super sensitive to every impression, including touch and noise. Can alleviate resultant symptoms such as skin eruptions that are sensitive to the touch.|
|Valerian Root (Valeriana 7x & 2c)||Hysteria with over-sensitivity, more so when alone in the dark.|
(Source: as published in the HPUS)