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Himalaya Pets Anxocare

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Anxocare well known herbs are used during times of stress or fear caused by new people, new pets, new environments - excellent for re-homing pets - for travel sickness and anxiety, fear of storms or loud noises, or aggressive behaviour that may stem from fear or dominance aggression.  Contains Winter Cherry, a unique anti-stress herb, and Indian Pennywort, an effective tonic to calm nerves and enhance mental performance.

Anxocare formula from Himalaya is effective for pets who have anxiety disorders, stress, fear and behaviours such as dominance aggression.

There are a wide range of anxiety disorders that can be alleviated.  Besides non-specific anxiety, Anxocare is used for separation anxiety, fear and stress caused by new and unfamiliar people, new pets or new environments. This makes it especially helpful for rescue pets or when re-homing a pet or moving house.

Common Name Ayurvedic Name
Anxiety, neuroses, irritability and insomnia associated with stress, brain function, memory and concentration. Used as a tonic for mental health. Bacopa Monnieri Brahmi
Also known as Gotu Kola, its a natural supplement to protect against congnitive dysfunction and to improve memory. Centella asiatica Mandukaparni
Also known as Winter Cherry and Indian Ginseng it is a specific tonic to help with daily stress, to improve thinking ability and calming the brain and decreasing inflammation. Withania Somnifera Ashvagandha
Used as an adaptogenic with neuroprotective properties in the brain and for stress, anxiety and sedation. Evolvulus alsinoides Vishnukrantha
Brain nervine tonic with a calming effect used for stress, spasm, epilepsy and convulsions. Nardostachys jatamansi Jatamansi
Also known as Valeriana. Used to relax the mind and provide relief from anxiety and stress and depression. Valeriana wallichii Tagara
Vidanga has many uses, including acting as an energy booster and tonic to promote good health and calm the stomach. Embelia ribes Vidanga
From the Almond, the Vitamin E and Selenium are useful in fighting the ageing process. It's high potassium content helps maintain normal blood pressure and heart rate. Prunus amygdalus Vatada
Acts to improve memory and brain function. A primary herb used for mental health conditions and has a strong action of the nervous system. Acorus calamus Vacha
Also known as Amrit one of its uses is as an agent to increase resistance to illness, anxiety and stress. Tinospora cordifolia Guduchi
Used as a system tonic for overall health and wellness. Rich source of anti-oxidants. Terminalia chebula Haritaki
Also known as Indian Goosberry Amalaki offers support for nutrition and optimum function of liver and rejuvenation. Embilica officinalis Amalaki
Extensively used in medicine as a nervine tonic. Oroxylum indicum Shyonaka
To promote congnitive and digestive health. Celastrus paniculatus Jyotishmati
A dopamine precursor and sometimes used for Parkinsons treatments. Mucuna pruriens Kapikacchu
Warm and aromatic from the ginger family. Plays an important role in bioavailability of medications. Elettaria cardamomum Sukshmaila
A range of benefits including cardio-vascular health and is an anti-oxidant comparable to Vitamin C. Terminalia arjuna Arjuna
Also known as Indian Dill, a carminative for digestion. Anethum sowa Shataopushpa
Considered as the Mother of Indian Ginseng this herb is a powerful nutrative tonic to provide vitality and energy to the body. Ipomoea digitata Vidari
Enhances the bioavailability and absorbtion of herbal medicines. Zingiber officinale Shunthi
Has a mild sedative action to relax and calm. Terminalia belerica Bibhitaka
Commonly referred to as Nutmeg. A good source of minerals and traditional use in depression. Myristica fragrans Jatiphala
Commonly referred to as Cloves. Anti-oxidant and carminative and boosts the immune system. Syzygium aromaticum Lavanga
Has many health benefits including anti-depressant, anti-stress and anti-hypertensive as well as muscle relaxant. Pearl calcium Mukta pishti

Source: European Pharmacopoeia, British Pharmacopoeia, Indian Pharmacopoeia, United States Pharmacopoeia



Directions for Use
To be given orally or mixed with food or as directed.

Dogs Small breeds 1-2 tablets twice daily
Large breeds 2-3 tablets twice daily
Cats 1 tablet twice daily


Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Geeta Ji, Stanthorpe
Anxocare happened to us!

"We had a problem with our dog who was fearful and had mental issues that were very difficult to manage, then Anxocare happened to us! There is a remarkable change in Snow now. He is still part of our family which speaks for the product itself. Never give up!"

Tatum, Nowrthwood
Anxocare is good for our cat who is aggressive

"We heard about Anxocare through our Vet. Our cat was mean and aggressive to our other pets so we started her on it. We have definitely noticed the difference. Best stuff for her without any side effects. She is more chilled out and calm."

Rescue Organisation, Bowral
Our rescues regularly have Anxocare

"We are a rescue organisation who have hands on day to day interactions with dogs that are stressed or have behavioural problems. Some of them we use Anxocare for a week or two to help them in the transition time, and some our other dogs are on it permanently due to their history. We like that it is herbal and gives good results to help these rescue animals."