TENDOCUR - compositum for tendons and ligaments
Tendocur is a homeopathic tincture in a 100 ml dropper bottle of SIMICUR for oral use in dogs, cats, horses and ponies.
Tendocur is composed on the basis of homeopathy and phytotherapy from highly diluted plant extracts:
- Symphytum off D3 (tissue regeneration)
- Ruta graveolens 6X (long - Tailoring and tapes)
- Arnica montana D3 (resorptionsmittel, anti-inflammatory)
- Rhus D6 (ejection enhancing)
Application: Administered to the feed Tendocur ensures for optimal metabolism, creating a healthy development and maintenance of tendons, ligaments and joint capsules . Therefore Tendocur can be applied to tendons and connective tissue diseases. Indications are tendon ruptures, or damage to tendons and ligaments, tendonitis and sprains. Tendocur is also applicable to weak knee bands, especially in young growing animals
Effect: damage and inflammation of tendons and ligaments find their origin in overloading the body or caused by external influences (injury). The inflammation and swelling occurring in a tendon damage be controlled by Arnica montana effectively. The toxic wastes are excreted by Rhus toxicondendron accelerated. Ruta graveolens is the typical means for torn or strained ligaments and tendons. The regeneration of a damaged tendon or ligament is strongly promoted by Ruta, which is amplified in its effect by Symphytum officinale. In addition, Symphytum has a soothing and analgesic effect and improves blood circulation.
Dosage: Tendocur to be administered orally through the lining in the drinking water or directly into the mouth in the following dosages:
|Horse/Pony:||30 drops 2 x daily|
|Dogs:||2 x daily 15-25 drops|
|Cat:||2 x daily 10-15 drops|
Content: 100 ml = 2250 drop
Note: The treatment of ruptured tendons is accelerated when in combination with the oral treatment with Tendocur, the ruptured tendon is rubbed daily with Tendogel and heavily massaged.
Indications for Tendocur are:
|tendon injury||tendon injury||tendon injury|
|patella luxation||patella luxation||patella luxation|
|tendon inflammation||strained ligaments||strained ligaments|