Yunnan baiyao usage for pre or post surgery ?
The prospect of surgery is always frightening—whether it’s for yourself, a family member or your beloved pet. There are so many risks associated with surgery that your mind automatically goes to a very negative space; something that isn’t necessarily healthy (or helpful!). You can feel incredibly helpless, like there’s nothing that you can do especially when it’s your constant canine companion who is going under the knife. Fortunately, there are natural alternatives that can help build up their well-being before surgery, and even help them heal after the fact!
Prepping your pet for surgery could include restricting their diet, ensuring that they get plenty of rest and exercise and that they stay hydrated. Did you know that by providing them with a simple Chinese herbal remedy that you may be able to help make their surgery more effective and allow them to heal faster and more fully? It may sound like a hoax, but Yunnan baiyao—“white medicine” in Chinese—has been effectively used for over a hundred years. Giving your dog the recommended dosage of this herbal medication a few days before surgery can boost their healing ability and cause them to bleed less during their procedure.
Once your pet has successfully undergone their operation, you want to know that they’re going to be back on the road to good health in no time. However, recovery from an invasive procedure—particularly one where cancer is involved—can be long and drawn out and include a great deal of internal or external bleeding, swelling and pain. Yunnan baiyao has properties which can help control internal bleeding when ingested, and will also cause external wounds to clot and heal much more quickly than without the application of the herbal medicine.
Natural Support for Healing
Yunnan baiyao is a well-known blend of all-natural substances including several yam varieties, pseudo ginseng and more. No one knows the exact substances that are included in the formulation as it is a closely guarded secret of the Chinese government. Discovered by a Chinese physician in 1916, Yunnan baiyao has been offering both humans and their pets faster healing from battlefields to surgical centers ever since.
If you’re concerned about excessive bleeding as your pet undergoes a procedure, check with your veterinarian to ensure they are comfortable with using Yunnan baiyao as either a topical or ingested solution for your pet.