Care is a natural organic combination of herbs formulated to promote
normalization of lung and upper respiratory functions in pets.
What is Pneumonia?
Pneumonia is an inflammatory illness of the lungs. Many things can cause
this condition such as:
· Fluid build up
· An infection
· Aspiration of liquid into the lungs
· An irritation such as smoke
· Secondary to another system failure, especially the heart
· Infections of the lungs can be caused by bacteria, viruses, parasitical or
· Neuromuscular disorders that cause difficulty swallowing or paralysis of the
esophagus can also lead to aspiration pneumonia. This condition is common
· Allergic pneumonia (the result of extreme infiltration of the lung by
inflammatory cells in the absence of infection.)
The diagnosis of pneumonia hinges on the chest radiograph but knowing when
to take chest radiographs can be tricky. The veterinarian must put together
findings from the history, physical examination, and possibly response to
initial therapies to decide if radiographs should be checked.
Coughing is hallmark symptom, though certainly not all coughing pets (or
even most coughing pets) have pneumonia. Bacterial pneumonia does not just
happen; it is virtually always caused by something else so some kind of
diagnostics will likely be needed to determine what led to the bacterial
pneumonia if it is not readily apparent.
If one suspects a lung disorder, a veterinarian should be contacted at once.
The pneumonia patient may be in one of three states: 1. Stable (in other
words, eating well and active despite a nasty cough. These patients can
often be treated at home.) 2. Unstable (poor appetite, inactive, in need of
hospitalization.) 3. Critical (unable to get enough oxygen into their
systems. These patients require oxygen therapy and possibly 24 hour care).
When the pet is stable then home treatment is available for several weeks.
When the pet is eating well, he or she may be discharged from the veterinary
hospital with oral antibiotics, a regimen of physical therapy, and a
schedule for re-check radiographs (usually weekly). The hospitalized pet
will have the following needs:
·Intravenous fluid therapy
Once the pet has a good appetite, he or she may be discharged for home care.
The following tips are recommended as long as the pet is coughing:
· Do not allow prolonged exposure to extreme cold or wet weather. Keep your
pet primarily indoors.
· Consider use of a vaporizer for 15-20 minute intervals a couple of times
daily. If you do not have a vaporizer, leave the pet in the bathroom with
the shower on to create a misty vapor.
· Perform coupage at least 4 times daily and allow light exercise to promote
· Do not try to suppress the cough with over-the-counter cough suppressants.
We want the infected material in the chest to be coughed up.
· Use the antibiotics as directed. Expect several weeks to be required.
Know when you should return for re-check radiographs.
Numo-CARE is a natural organic product that has been created to help pets fight the
battle of pneumonia. Keep in mind the coughing can be difficult to listen to
but it is productive. Try not to give any cough suppressant. Veterinarian
health care may be necessary if pet continues to worsen.
Numo-CARE has been known to help treat pet asthma. Be sure to seek immediate
veterinarian health care assistance if your pet continues to worsen or
Numo-CARE's natural organic ingredients:
· Mullein ~ Anti-viral, astringent, promotes the discharge of mucus &
soothes irritated mucous membranes
· Fenugreek ~ Fenugreek helps to reduce bloating and stomach ache. It can
also help to increase the appetite. It generally helps to improve digestion.
· Cats Claw ~ Immunostimulant, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antimutagenic,
hypotensive and vasodilating, anticancerous, antiulcerous, antileukemic,
antiviral, contraceptive, analgesic, anticoagulant, antidysenteric,
detoxifier, diuretic, and hypocholesterolemic. Cats Claw has been
effectively used to treat cirrhosis, diabetes, diarrhea, dysentery, fevers,
gastric ulcers, gonorrhea, hemorrhages, immune disorders, inflammations, and
intestinal problems, Crohn's disease, fibromyalgia, asthma, menstrual
irregularity, kidney conditions, rheumatism, shingles, skin disorders,
stomach disorders, urinary tract ailments, tumors, and wounds.
· Thyme ~ Thyme can help to make coughs more productive and aid in
respiratory treatment. It is also an antiseptic that helps to fight
· Wild Cherry ~ Wild cherry is often used to thin mucous and relax the
muscles of the chest, treat diarrhea and irritable bowel syndrome.
· Elecampagne ~ An expectorant and can thin the mucus in the chest and
respiratory system, fight infections, treat stomach upset and increase one's
appetite. It can also be used to treat a case of intestinal worms.
· Gum Weed ~ Anti-spasmodic, expectorant, hypotensive. Gum Weed acts to
relax smooth muscles and heart muscles. Useful in the treatment of asthmatic
and bronchial conditions, especially where these are associated with a rapid
heart beat and nervous response. It may be used in asthma, bronchitis,
whooping cough and upper respiratory catarrh. Because of the relaxing effect
on the heart and pulse rate, there may be a reduction in blood pressure.
· Pleurisy Root ~ Antispasmodic, diaphoretic, expectorant, tonic,
carminative and mildly cathartic.
· Comfrey ~ Research shows Comfrey has Anti-inflammatory/cell-proliferant
properties. It has been used to treat respiratory problems of pleurisy and
· Yerba Santa ~ Expectorant/Tonic
· Balsam of Gilead ~ Stimulant, tonic, diuretic, and antiscorbutic. Also
useful for complaints of the chest, stomach, and kidneys, rheumatism and
· Rosemary ~ Stimulant / Tonic / Astringent / Anti-inflammatory /
· Alcohol ~ Intensifies while preserving the properties of Numo-CARE herbal
· Distilled Water
NUMO CARE RECOMMENDED USE
|under 3 lbs.
to 10 lbs.
|11 to 20 lbs.
|21 to 150 lbs.
|151 to 250 lbs.
||20 drops or 1 cc/ml
|251 to 300 lbs.
||25 drops or 1/4 tsp.
|301 to 400 lbs.
|401 to 500 lbs.
|501 to 600 lbs.
||40 drops or 2 cc/ml
|601 to 700 lbs.
|701 to 800 lbs.
||50 drops or 1/2 tsp.
|801 to 900 lbs.
|901 to 1000 lbs.
||60 drops or 3 cc/ml
1001 lbs. and up
**Suggested Use for larger animals such as horses: Add an additional 5 drops of the Numo-Care for each additional 100
pounds of the animal's body weight to each dose. Please note: 100 drops = 1
tsp.; 50 drops = 1/2 tsp.; 25 drops = 1/4 tsp. A one (1) ounce bottle of
Numo-Care contains approximately 1080 drops and a 4 ounce bottle contains
approximately 4,320 drops.
Suggested Use: Shake product well before each use. Give orally 3 to 4 times daily
as needed. Do not exceed the recommended dose!
Note: There are approximately 30 drops in a dropper full of solution.
Numo Care has a 4-year shelf life from date stamped on bottle.
Supplement Fact Chart
Serving Size - See Chart Below
||Servings Per 1 oz. Bottle
||# of Pet's Treated
|Under 3 lbs.
Chart is based on a 3 times daily for one
month treatment plan.
Note: Each above dose is less than 1ml.
Warning: Keep out of reach of children. Do not
give to animals if pregnant, nursing, or receiving other antibiotics unless
otherwise directed. Avoid product if allergic to aspirin or diabetic. Do not
give more than 14 days at a time. Do not exceed the recommended dose. If one
is experiencing any adverse symptoms or notes any adverse signs, then cease
using this product & immediately contact your nearest emergency medical
*These statements have not been evaluated by
the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose,
treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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