This Herbal utilizes the extracts of Valerian and Skullcap. Liquid.Herbal Skullcap is antispasmodic, diuretic, nervine, sedative, tonic. It can soothe the nervous system and aids in cases of spasms, tremors, twitching of muscles and convulsions. Herbal Valerian is antispasmodic, diurietic, nervine, stimulant and tonic. It can promote sleep and has no narcotic effect.
Suggested Dosage per 40 lbs of animal’s weight(check with your holistic Veterinarian):
Lepsilyte 1 ml. s.i.d to q.i.d. depending on severity
Vitamin B6 15 mg t.i.d
Vitamin E1, 100 iu s.i.d.
Taurine 100 mg. t.i.d.
Mg 75 mg. t.i.d.
Mn 3 mg. t.i.d.
Selenium 25 ug. s.i.d.
An 10 mg. s.i.d.
Oral dosages as given are for carnivores by body weight. It is advised to dose low initially and adjust upward as the circumstances direct.
Do not scale up dosages for large herbivores by their weight. large herbivores, such as cattle or horses, usually require approximately twice or three times the dosage of a 200 lb carnivore.
An easy way to administer the Lepsilyte to dogs is to cut up a slice of bread into 1″ squares. Keep them in a baggie in the refrigerator to keep them fresh. Keep a pound of raw ground meat in the refrigerator. At medicine time, make a thin patty of the ground meat and place a bread square in the middle of the patty. Measure the liquid dose and put it on the bread where it will quickly be absorbed. Roll the bread, with the medicine, up in a meatball and give it to you dog like a treat.
For Cats: mix the appropriate dosage with fish oil and mix it thoroughly with wet meaty cat food or raw meat.
For Livestock: mix the dose with a small amount of sweet feed or simply drench the animal
Lepsilyte Instructions and Information
Giving bitter tasting herbs/meds