Natural Treatment for Symptoms Common to Cushing's Disease
Cushex Drops-S™ is a 100% safe and effective, non-addictive, natural herbal supplement. Formulated by our team of experts in natural medicine to promote adrenal and pituitary gland balance, health, and functioning in dogs and cats, Cushex Drops-S™ can make all the difference to adrenal gland health without the risk of serious side effects.
Cushex Drops-S™ contains a unique and scientifically chosen selection of herbs known for their beneficial effects on promoting balance in the endocrine system, specifically the HPA (hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal) axis, thereby supporting many functions of the body. It can be used to help the body naturally mitigate the effects of long-term exposure to high levels of cortisol, supporting healthy energy, strong skin and coat, digestive health, and more.
Cushex Drops-S™ is easy to administer, and the serving can be adjusted to suit pets of all sizes. Cushex Drops-S™ is also a great complementary herbal remedy to Cushex Drops-M™, a homeopathic medicine for supporting symptoms commonly associated with Cushing's disease in dogs and cats.
To ensure the safety of Cushex Drops-S™ and provide the highest quality, most effective product, we use only Premium Whole Herb manufacturing. This process excludes the use of any chemical solvents during extraction and maintains the balance and harmony of the whole herb.
A holistic approach is the best way to contribute to your pet's general health, and due to the vital importance of adrenal balance, it is not surprising that natural remedies can provide support. Organ and systemic support are the cornerstones of a holistic approach, and by supporting your pet's adrenal health, the natural approach aims to facilitate well-being across a number of body systems, thereby encouraging wellness and vitality every day.
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Symptoms of Cushing's Disease
Like humans, all pets are exposed to a fair amount of daily stress, which eventually taxes the system. Excited "good" stress, such as a trip to the beach or reacting to guests in the house, has the same cumulative effect on the body as "bad" stress, such as going to the vet or kennel, and can lead to a buildup of cortisol.
In a healthy pet, the pituitary gland produces adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH), stimulating the adrenal glands to secrete glucocorticoid, or cortisol hormones, into the bloodstream.
Cortisol is necessary for the body's health and functioning, affecting your pet's metabolism, nervous, immune, and cardiovascular systems, as well as kidneys. When the pituitary gland or adrenal gland malfunctions and excess glucocorticoid is secreted, your pet develops Cushing's disease. As a result, your pet may begin to experience increased appetite -- the most noticeable effect of long-term exposure to cortisol -- and frequently beg, become possessive of food, or get into the garbage.
With Cushing's disease you may also notice increased thirst and water consumption in your pet, leading to more frequent urination and indoor accidents. Hair loss and thinning, especially around the elbows, flank, and abdomen may also occur after extended cortisol exposure.