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Passifree to calm a stressed dog

Passifree to calm a stressed dog

Passofreation is a climbing plant from South America. She is also called passion flower. The parts used in phytotherapy are the leaves and flowers. They have in their composition flavonoids and alkaloids which are powerful active ingredients which have a power to fight against anxiety And nervous disorders and the insomnia.

Recent studies have been carried out on this plant and have highlighted the pharmacological effects on the central nervous system.

European and global health organizations have recognized its real efficiency in the treatment of stress.

How does passiflore reduces my dog ​​stress? Is it safe for my dog?

The active compounds of the passiflore have interesting properties for the dog. Indeed, this plant has an action sedative And anxiolytic On our small protégés thanks to their synergy. It is considered a means of fighting anxiety, neuralgic pain, muscle spasms, but also palpitations.

This is done thanks to a modulation of the GABA system which is the main neurotransmitter which extinguishes the central nervous system involved in the control of anxiety. Thus stress greatly decreases the activity of cells in the brain of your doggie.

 

How to choose passiflore for my dog? In what forms?

In general, these natural food supplements are less expensive than veterinary drugs and just as effective. In addition, they do not have harmful side effects.

These plant -based food supplements are widespread. To best treat your companion, it is important to choose the plants present in supplements, as well as their mode of administration.

Please note, the choice of supplement will depend on your dog, its state of health and its preferences (to facilitate the taking of the supplement).

The main forms in which we can find this plant:

If your dog is regularly stress ; that he has sleep problems, nervousness, of stress And that you are looking for natural drugs for him, passiflore is an interesting plant!

Food supplements :

They are generally in the form of tablets, pills or powder and can be mixed with the animal's food or its water.

  • Mastic products:

This is a product that facilitates its administration because the dog will chew it and relax while having fun.

  • Passiflore infusion:

To do directly from fresh or dried leaves of the plant (infusion). Do not forget to let cool before mixing it with the food of your doggie

What are the prescribed and effective dosages of passionflower for my dog?

This product is to be given directly in dog food. It can be associated with other plants for a relaxing effect.

It is most often found in the form of a powder with a 1ml dosser spoon, which facilitates its daily intake.

The daily dosage which is recommended depends on the weight of the animal and its age but there is no precise dosage:

We generally consider: 1 ml for 5 kg (dog weight) / day

  • Small dogs (-10kg) -> 0.5 to 1 ml per day (1 spoon)
  • Dog means (10 to 25kg) -> 1 to 5 ml per day (2 to 3 spoons)
  • Large dogs (25 to 45kg)-> 5 ml maximum per day (5 spoons)

The ideal is to adapt the dosage as a function of your dog's reaction and response.

Note that taking these supplements does not cause side effects and overdose is almost nonexistent.

It is very important to read the product instructions well before use because the dosage can vary depending on the products used.

If in doubt, do not hesitate to ask advice close to an animal health professional.

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What frequency of administration of anti-stress supplements for my dog?

Thanks to the absence of side effects, taking regular supplements is authorized.

In the case of an acute condition, administer the recommended dose up to 3 to 4 times a day, for 5 days.

In the case of a chronic or preventive condition, administer the recommended dose once a day, for 20 days. This treatment can be continued and reproduced regularly.

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Bibliography

 

Grundmann O, Wähling C, Staiger C, Butterweck V (2009) Anxiolytic Effects of A Passion Flower (Passiflora Incarnata L.) Extract in the Elevated Plus Maze in Mice. Pharmazie 64 (1): 63–4

Ngan A, Driver R (2012) A Double-Blind, placebo-controlled Investigation of the Effects of Passiflora Incarnata (Passionflower) Herbal Tea on subjective Sleep Quality. Phytother Res 25 (8): 1153–9

Sarris J, McIntyre E, Camfield Da (2013) Plant-Based Medicines for Anxiety Disorders, Part 2: A Review of Clinical Studies With Supporting Preclinical Evidence. CNS Drugs 27 (4): 301–19

Snoop, 2022. relieve anxiety in dogs with passiflore. The Doggie Site. [online]. March 23, 2022. [accessed October 13, 2023]. Available at the address: https://www.toutou.site/soulager-anxiete-chien-passiflore/

Wohlmuth H, Penman KG, Pearson T, Lehmann RP (2010) Pharmacognosy and Chemotypes of Passion Flower (Passiflora Incarnata L.). Biol Pharm Bull 33 (6): 1015–8

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