Jump for JOYnts | Joint Support
Jump for JOYnts for Dogs & Cats
Supports healthy joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles. Jump for JOYnts can support issues such as ACL injuries, arthritis, and bone and muscle injuries. it does not contain MSM, glucosamine, or chondroitin which can cause GI sensitivity in some dogs and cats.
Jump for JOYnts offers 4-way mobility support for occasional signs of stiffness or limping or used for prevention post intense exercise like agility or fly ball.
4 Way Mobility Support means the remedies selected in the Jump for JOYnts formula support the bones, tendons, ligaments, and muscles – 4 areas rather than typical joint supplements on the market that support just bones, for example.
Jump for JOYnts –
- 100% Natural
- Sustainably Sourced
- Paraben Free
- Gluten Free
- Cruelty Free
Arnica has been used for centuries for trauma, inflammation, and bruising. Arnica contains selenium and arnica ash is also rich in manganese. Both are powerful anti-oxidants in the human body but manganese works as a primary element in healthy bones, wound-healing, and the metabolism of proteins, cholesterol and carbohydrates. Thoughts are that this is one of the contributing factors to why Arnica facilitates healing, acting in combination with the other plant chemicals.
With abundant amounts of flavonoids, Calendula’s plant-based antioxidants protect cells from being damaged by unstable molecules called free radicals. It has been regularly used to fight inflammation, viruses, and bacteria. It is used to treat stomach upset and ulcers, as well as topically to help wounds heal faster, possibly by increasing blood flow and oxygen to the affected area. The dried petals are used in tinctures, ointments, and washes to treat burns, bruises, and cuts, as well as minor infections.
This is a homeopathic remedy indicated for injuries to bones, cartilage, tendons, and periosteum. It stimulates callus formation and improves reunion of the bone, and has had an extensive herbal use where it is more commonly known as ‘knitbone’ because of its remarkable ability to rapidly knit broken bones together. Symphytum Officinale is a key remedy for fractures (broken bones) and other injuries to the bone and its periosteum (the outer connective tissue which covers the bone).
Commonly known as rue, this homeopathic remedy is indicated for soreness in the bones, tendons, joints, and cartilage. It is good for sprains, injuries, strains, bruised bones, and pulled ligaments. Ruta Graveolens (Ruta) is useful for rheumatic and connective tissue problems, especially following chronic overuse, strain, or injury of joints or tendons. Small tendons of the eye may also be affected.
Calendula Officinalis 30C
Ruta Graveolens 200C
Arnica Montana 1M
Symphytum Officinale 1M
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Understanding the Paradox of “Less is More”
By Douglas Brown, CCH, FNP, RSHom(NA)
The following is an excerpt from the original article –
Perhaps you have wondered what the letter after the number on your homeopathic remedy vial or packet indicates. The strength of most conventional medications is measured out in milligrams; of some vitamins and minerals in International Units (IUs) or micrograms. What does 200C, 10M signify?
C means that a substance is diluted in a ratio of 1:100. The number preceding the letter indicates the number of times a substance has been both diluted and agitated (the homeopathic word is succussed).
Let’s go to an example. Suppose that after a consultation I give you a moderately high potency of a remedy, a 200C. Let’s say the remedy is Pulsatilla. To make a 200C, the homeopathic pharmacy takes one drop of the herbal tincture (called a mother tincture) and mixes it with 100 drops of water (actually at 20% solution of ethyl alcohol; the alcohol acts as a preservative). The resulting dilution is succussed, producing a 1C potency. Then the cycle is repeated mixing one drop of the 1C with 100 drops of the solution, which, after being succussed, yields a 2C potency. After 200 cycles of dilution and succussion a 200C solution is produced…
What’s an M potency? M is the Roman numeral for 1,000, so a 1M means the cycle has been repeated 1000 times. Similarly, 10M yields a high potency where the dilution and sucussion process has been repeated 10,000 times. Frequently prescribed remedies can be obtained in potencies as high as 50M and CM (diluted and sucussed at a 1:100 ratio 50,000 and 100,000 times over, respectively).
Chronic Joint Problems, Arthritis & Acute Injury
Add one dose (4 pumps) to a small amount of food twice per day for two weeks.
After two weeks: Add one dose (4 pumps) to a small amount of food once or twice per day as needed.
Add one dose (4 pumps) to a small amount of food 1-3 times per week or as needed.
For very arthritic dogs the dose may need to be given once a day ongoing if the improvement is seen.
Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian.
Do not refrigerate and store away from appliances and electronics.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
You can use Jump For JOYnts as prevention in theses case:
Each animal is different, and in turn, so are their individual needs. For dog breeds out of puppy stage, we recommend to our clients to give one dose twice a day for two days and then once per month.
If your dog does agility and has a particularly strenuous run you can give a dose right after.
If your dog is middle age and is an agility freak (so focused that they feel no pain when they maybe should overextend themselves regularly) it is a great idea to do the JFJ twice a day for two days once a month.
If your dog has EVER had a limb injury but has no residual problem it is helpful to do J4J twice a day for 2 days and repeat that once every 4 months.
Stiffness/soreness, degenerative diseases, limping, ACL injuries, arthritis, bone injuries, muscle injuries, post-surival care, and more!
You can wipe the pump down with alcohol on a clean paper towel.