Increased chance of medication management:
-Minor contraindications. (Few adverse effects)
-Better handling of dose and method of administration
-Lower cost (economy)
-Increased cost / total profit
-Greater possibility of combination therapies (less undesirable interactions)
That is why I propose to Phytotherapy as how treatment of choice as a form Natural and Holistic Veterinary Medicine.
Medicinal plants are part of the cultural heritage each village and are the basis on which it has developed throughout the modern pharmacology as I described above.
As well known medicinal plants throughout the world that make up the Handbook phytotherapy, in each region there are substitutes or replacing native plants and to increase the number of possibilities as some that exist in our environment not found elsewhere . It also represents the possibility of recovering an acquired knowledge for thousands of years for humanity and our ancestors have told us.
Just enough to mention in our environment, Argentina, to a single culture, which counts as a symbol and tribute to all that is Mapuche culture that is always therapeutic uses and is long included in the list of substances commonly used in our environment.
When referring to the medicinal plants we will always first using
its scientific name. (Carduus marianus) This is due to the need to avoid
mistakes as the common name (Milk thistle, Arzolla, etc..) Can lead to confusion as it varies from place to place and has no established synonymy as if it is the name scientist.
The use of medicinal plants has a long historical tradition supported in popular usage, empirical and customs.
Scientifically photochemistry as science justifies, to clarify the basic chemical aspects of plant natural products and use them in the relief of conditions and diseases.
The chemical compound responsible for a specific pharmacological action is called: active ingredient or pharmacologically active substance (as described above, silymarin).
In each plant describes the employed, active, precautions, contraindications and methods of use.
The active plant must be processed to enable their pharmaceutical use and its direct use, processing varies as to the location, structure and stability of chemical substances in the ground which are of therapeutic interest.
Describes among more dosage forms used in Phytotherapy:
All these presentations are specified to show the many existing forms which make the ease of preparation and dosing in animals. We should note that it is even easier, as these preparations in our environment and are ready for use, or can be prepared by a master formula, indicated both this, as any professional dosage phytotherapic by Natural and Holistic Veterinarian .