Cortisone Side Effects in Dogs


Liquorice, Horsetail, Rue, Nettle, Oats, Juniper, Celery, St. John's Wort and the Bach Flowers Wild Rose and Mimulus

Please note: These are just the usual herbs used for this condition. I do not have bottles sitting on shelves with this recipe. I prepare each treatment from scratch for each individual for that time, using only what is best suited to that individual's unique requirement and using seasonal and freshly made herbal extracts where I can. I also often split the treatment into 2 or 3 for specific times of day where that can make a difference.


4 oz – 113 ml

This treatment contains herbal extracts of:
Liquorice, Horsetail, Rue, Nettle, Oats, Juniper, Celery, St. John’s Wort

Bach Flowers are at least (or perhaps more) important as the physical herbs themselves, because they address the underlying factors which allowed the health defect to develop in the first place.

This treatment contains the Bach flower remedies:
Wild Rose and Mimulus

Usual Dosage:
For tiny and small dogs: 5-10 drops twice a day
For medium and large dogs: 10-20 drops twice a day

Additional information

Weight 140 g