New Alternative Treatment for Allergy

November 25th, 2016 at 10:18 am EDT
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I have an allergy to shopping..and try to AVOID it :-)

Regardless IF you have an allergic dog, they should be on a combination of nutrients that can potentially decrease the itching..

Essential Fatty Acids, Probiotics, Antioxidant Vitamins and Minerals

These are ALL in my supplement, Ultimate Canine Health Formula, which you can get here for 50% OFF

        A New Alternative Treatment for Allergy

This is a Chinese Medicinal Remedy proven to be very helpful in people with environmental allergy (atopy), so may be helpful with our dogs.


The efficacy of the Chinese herbal therapy (Zemaphyte) has been well established as a treatment for atopic eczema (AE) in clinical trials. Source: Source: Int Arch Allergy Immunol. 1996 Mar;109(3):243-9.
Association of immunological changes with clinical efficacy in atopic eczema patients treated with traditional Chinese herbal therapy (Zemaphyte). Latchman Y1, Banerjee P, Poulter LW, Rustin M, Brostoff J.


Zemaphyte® is a Chinese herbal remedy produced in the United Kingdom. The remedy contains licorice and nine other herbs. Zemaphyte® is most commonly used to treat steroid resistance eczema, childhood and adult eczema as well as atopic eczema.

The powder formulation of Zemaphyte® is normally dosed according to packets. One or two packets is mixed in hot water and drank once a day.

Common Name/Pin Yin

TCM Category Description

Siler (fangfeng)
Ledebouriella seseloides
dispel wind, relieve surface

Potentilla (baitougweng)
Potentilla chinensis
clear heat, dry damp

Akebia (mutong)
Clematis armandii
dry damp, promote diuresis

Rehmannia (dihuang)
Rehmannia glutinosa
clear heat, cool blood

Red peony (chishao)
Paeonia lactiflora
vitalize blood, clear heat

Lophatherum (danzhuye)
Lophatherum gracile
clear heat, purge fire

Dictamnus (baixianpi)
Dictamnus dasycarpus
clear heat, clean toxin

Tribulus (baijili)
Tribulus terrestris
calm wind

Licorice (gancao)
Glycyrrhiza glabra
remove toxin

Schizonepeta (jingjie)
Schizonepeta tennuifolia
dispel wind, relieve surface


Zemaphyte® is proposed to exhibit it's main effects by producing an anti-inflammatory response as well as act as an immunomodulator or immunosuppressive agent.

Zemaphyte® has been proven in numerous clinical trials to reduce skin surface damage, erythema (redness of the skin) and itching as well as improve sleep quality.

A randomized, placebo controlled trial comparing Zemaphyte® to other Chinese herbal remedies commonly used for eczema found that the patients who used Zemaphyte® had less surface damage, less redness and better sleep than patients who used other Chinese herbal remedies.

Side Effects/Drug Interactions

Zemaphyte® has been associated with elevated liver function tests, diarrhea, uticaria (hives) as well as other rare but serious side effects.

Zemaphyte® has been shown to interact with methotrexate.
A qualified healthcare provider should be consulted before making decisions about therapies and/or health conditions.

Source: This information has been edited and peer-reviewed by contributors to the Natural Standard Research Collaboration (

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P.S. It is only in the UK, but I would look at trying it IF I were to have a severely allergic dog. 

P.P.S. One such option is my supplement- you can use others, but just make sure they have most of those anti-itch ingredients. ( Essential Fatty Acids, Probiotics, Antioxidant Vitamins and Minerals, Holsitic Antihistamines.) Mine just also happens to have higher than typical levels of ingredients, and is proving helpful for thousands of pets.

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DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian. Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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