Soothes away the ITCH of flea-allergic dermatitis without using immune-suppressing corticosteroids
Disinfects viral, fungal, bacterial, and parasitic infections including scabies mites (Sarcoptis scabiei), ear mites, lice, and ringworm
Reduces pain and inflammation, and promotes rapid healing of skin cell tissue
Hot spots on dogs can be agonizing for the dog and frustrating for the dog lover.
These red, blotchy, inflamed areas commonly affect dogs (and sometimes cats) and can deteriorate dangerously fast if left untreated.
Because hotspots are itchy, your pet will rub, scratch or lick
the area. Dealing with the aggravation alone, your dog can turn the
infected area from a dime-sized dot to a palm-sized patch of seeping
sores within hours.
Did your vet prescribe steroids?
Other side effects of corticosteroids in dogs are weight gain, increased thirst and mood alterations. Long term use (which causes an over-production of cortisol in the body) could even lead to Cushing's Disease. And guess what else high levels of cortisol can cause? Red patches of skin, scabs and hair loss. Surely those were the very symptoms we were trying to cure!
Are there natural remedies to treat hot spots on dogs?
Of course there are! Your dog doesn’t need to begin that degenerative cycle of pharmaceutical drugs leading to immune deficiency, leading to further symptoms, leading to further pharmaceutical medications. Herbal medicine is all about avoiding this vicious cycle set in motion by the use of drugs like corticosteroids.
Some of the main causes of hotspots are fungal infections, mites and skin parasites such as scabies. To tackle hot spots in dogs we need the precise combination of medicinal herbs to battle these parasites, fungi and bacteria.
We never interfere with conventional veterinary protocol, but here's something you should know. Corticosteroids (known simply as steroids) are often the default prescription for any kind of skin inflammation. Topical or oral, both applications of steroid will do the job of immediately reducing inflammation.
Steroids will also do a pretty good job of suppressing the immune system by impeding the function of white blood cells. This lowers resistance to infection, the thing that may have caused the hot spots in the first place.
Calendula Officinalis extract
Calendula is known among medical herbalists as nature’s miracle skin healer. It is used today among clinical herbalists and naturopathic physicians to treat eczema, boils, skin ulcers and pretty much every skin condition ever suffered.
The dried petals of the Calendula plant contain the active ingredients. They are high in flavonoids, thought to be the cause of Calendula’s excellent anti-inflammatory action. Studies have shown that the topical application of Calendula prevents dermatitis in cancer patients during radiotherapy treatment.1 Calendula helps wounds heal faster by soothing itchy skin and fighting the minor infections caused by bug bites or parasites.
Burdock root extract
The root of the Burdock plant has been used in traditional folk medicine since antiquity. Its natural skin-soothing benefits quickly alleviate skin irritation and itchiness. Burdock root also promotes a healthy coat for our furry companions. It controls dandruff and regulates sebum production, resulting in shinier, cleaner and better smelling fur.
Lauric acid is a medium-chain fatty acid with multiple benefits to your dog's good health. The most abundant source of this high-value tropical oil is found in natural coconut oil.
Lauric acid converts to the monoglyceride compound monolaurin, a formidable agent for antiviral, antimicrobial, antiprotozoal and antifungal activity. Human and animal breast milk is the only other natural supply of lauric acid in such high concentrations.
This non-toxic, drugless phytonutrient is used by clinical herbalists and holistic veterinarians to treat candida albicans, ringworm and athlete's foot (fungal infections) as well as bacterial infections including herpes, measles, influenza, hepatitis C, HIV and, of course, hot spots on dogs.
Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil is a natural antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-infection oil. It can be used to cure and heal a long list of ailments and conditions from flea bites to ear mites. It also strengthens the body's immune system which is often weakened by stress, illness, or by the use of antibiotics and other prescription drugs.
Along with its soothing and disinfecting qualities, tea tree oil is capable of penetrating into the lower skin layers with its anti-inflammatory, disinfectant, analgesic (pain-killing) and cicatrizant (wound-healing) abilities.
It also has a diaphoretic effect (promotes sweating) which triggers the body's own natural preventative response to ward off infection.
Grapefruit seed extract
Citrus fruits have always been known as good bug repellents, but when it comes to natural insecticides, Grapefruit seed extract (GSE) is one of the best. It has been proven to kill head lice in children, and in numerous tests has shown effective anti-microbial action against hundreds of bacterial, viral and fungal strains – not to mention a host of parasites.5 Grapefruit seed extract prevents the growth of yeast-like fungi strains like Candida Albicans (which dogs can suffer from as well as humans).6
What is SoothAwayTM?
SoothAwayTM is a 100% natural herbal extract formula we developed to tackle the common problem of
hot spots on dogs.
It is a topical, non-greasy spray containing the fearsome five-some of Calendula, Burdock, Lauric Acid, Tea Tree Oil and Grapefruit Seed Extract.
With our proprietary herbal formula your dog will feel immediate relief of pain and itching. The hot spots will clear up more quickly because your dog or cat will stop scratching. SoothAwayTM reduces inflammation and disinfects against fungal, viral and bacterial micro-organisms, then promotes rapid healing. For external use only.
SoothAwayTM also kills mites such as the scabies mite (Sarcoptis scabiei) that can trigger the agonizing scratch and itch response.
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P.S. SoothAwayTM will successfully treat hot spots on dogs, but it is a good idea to prevent them from occurring in the first place. A healthy immune system reduces the chances of further viral, fungal or bacterial infection. Instead of giving your dog corticosteroids that actually weaken the immune system, your dog could really benefit from our herbal immunomodulator, Primalix Immune. In addition to the topical treatment of hot spots, a regular detox with our MaxoTox Herbal-Mineral Detoxicant With Zeolite rejuvenates and promotes overall wellbeing, another essential in fighting infection. Save money with our Primalix Immune AND MaxoTox Herbal-Mineral Detoxicant Combo Special.
1. Calendula prevents dermatitis during radiotherapy: J Clin Oncol. 2004 Apr 15;22(8):1447-53
4. Grapefruit seed extract kills headlice in children: Parasitol Res. 2009 Nov 27. PMID: 19943066
5. Grapefruit seed extract prevent Candida albicans: Wiad Parazytol. 2001;47(4):845-9. PMID: 16886437
6. Burdock reduces allergic inflammation: Exp Biol Med (Maywood). 2008 Aug 14. PMID: 18703753
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