TempaNerv™ (Formerly Canine Distempaid)
Supports neurological symptoms of tremors, hard pad, and seizures.
Canine distemper is a virus, which appears similar to the virus that causes human measles (the canine distemper does not transfer to humans). The virus in your dog can affect a wide range of organs including the nervous system, skin, brain, eyes, intestinal and respiratory tracts. The virus is transmitted through the air in addition to body secretions such as urine. Dogs of any age can be affected; however, most are puppies less than 6 months of age.
What are the Symptoms?
The Canine Distemper Virus (CDV) is inhaled to nearby lymph nodes where it begins to incubate. The infection will spread quickly through the lymphatic tissue and infect all the lymphoid organs within five days. By day nine, the virus will have reached the blood system. It then reaches the lining of the respiratory, gastrointestinal, urogenital, and central nervous systems where it begins to cause damage. Approximately 50% mortality rate in most dogs, which is caused by neurological complications.
(14 days after incubation starts) Canine Distemper includes a cough that will last 1-2 weeks then loss of appetite, and fever (temperature over 102˚F). Eye and or nose discharge, depression, and mild eye inflammation that only last a day or two.
Other symptoms to watch out for is your pet getting sick then getting better, wanting to eat then not wanting to eat, and stools that are dark black or with a really bright yellow color with a horrible smell. These symptoms will repeat in the early stages.
Dogs will experience gastrointestinal and respiratory symptoms such as:
Discharge from the eyes
Secondary bacterial infections
Encephalomyelitis (inflammation of the brain and spinal cord)
Increased sensitivity to sensory stimuli, such as pain or touch
Muscle twitching or spasm, which can become disabling
Progressive deterioration of motor skills
Progressive deterioration of mental abilities
partial or complete paralysis
seizures (often times referred to as "chewing gum fit" because the dog appears to be chewing gum)
Care & Storage: TempaNerv™ has a 4-year shelf life from date stamped on bottle when stored in a cool dry place. Keep out of direct sunlight.
Should you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact Amber Technology toll free (877-727-8243).
Due to the complexity of the virus, not any one product can make your pet recover. This is a harsh virus and a lot of dedication will be needed. Most recovery cases average around 9 months to 1.5 years.
We highly recommend that you DO NOT feed your dog during the fever stage (temperature over 102˚F). However, keep them hydrated with Colostrum, Pedialyte ®, or Oat Water (free recipe on the instruction tab).
We highly suggest the following products if your dog has CDV (Canine Distemper Virus) or has been exposed to CDV.
TempaNerv™ - Administer 2 times daily to support neurological symptoms of tremors, hard pad, and seizures.
Derma NERV™ - Administer 3 times daily as an important part of recovery due to the fact that the virus attacks the nervous system.
Vibactra Plus™ - Administer 3 times daily as an all-natural antibiotic for viral, bacterial and microscopic parasitical infections. If running a fever administer 4 times a day.
Life Cell Support™ - Administer 4 times daily for antioxidants which are very important for an illness.
*Colostrum, Pedialyte®, or Amber Technology's Oat Water™ - Administer every 4 hours. This is helpful in keeping blood sugars up. See Oat Water™ recipe in the Usage Instruction tab.
Vitamin C (1000 mg) - Divide into 4 times throughout the day when feeding and fever is not present.
Lysine (25 to 200 mg) - Administer 1 time daily to help support the nervous system.
Natural B complex (10 to 50 mg) - Administer 1 time daily for protein.
Additional products that may be helpful
Adizone™ - Administer 3 times daily for inflammation.
MSM (found at local pharmacies) - May be given in place of Adizone™ every 12 hours for inflammation.
Coconut Milk - Administer 4-6 times daily for viral infections. (if Amber Technology's Vibactra Plus™ is not available)
Vintesta™ - Administer 4 times daily for coughing.
Vitamin A (200 mg) - Administer 1 time daily to help build the immune system.
*Colostrum will be more beneficial if one can obtain Colostrum with immunities from a dog that has had vaccinations or has recovered from CDV.
TempaNerv™ weight chart
Weight Drop ml/cc Daily
Under 3lbs 1 0.03 2x
3-10 lbs 3 0.09 2x
11-25 lbs 5 0.15 2x
26-80 lbs 6 0.18 2x
81-150 lbs 8 0.24 2x
151-251 lbs 10 0.30 2x
252-300 lbs 13 0.39 2x
For dogs with weakened digestive system after CDV
If the animal is left with a weakened digestive system, residual diarrhea or chest complications, use the following protocol:
· Amber Technology’s Paxxin® - Administer 3 times daily.
· Fresh grated raw garlic – administer 3 times daily.
Small dogs or puppies – ½ small garlic clove (not bud)
Medium dogs – ½ large garlic clove (not bud)
Large dogs – 1 large garlic clove (not bud)
Add grated garlic to food or mix it with honey and flour, roll into 2 small balls and administer once in the morning and again in the evening.
Amber Technology’s Oat Water™
Oat Water™ can be used in place of Pedialyte®
½ gallon of water
1 cup of oats (Quaker Oats® are OK)
1/3 cup of molasses
1 tsp. of salt
Bring the water to a boil, add oats, salt and molasses. Let sit for 20min. then strain off the oats.
Under 3 lbs. 1 tsp.
4-10 lbs 2 tsp
11-20 lbs 1 Tbsp
21-30 lbs 2 Tbsp
31-40 lbs 3 Tbsp
41-50 lbs 4 Tbsp
Add an additional 1 Tbsp for each 10 lbs of body weight over 50 lbs.
First Foods - Beef
Below is a beef stew recipe from Dr. Pitcarnes Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats. As with any gastro-intestinal disease, first foods should be bland and easy to digest. Start slowly and increase food dose 1 hour at a time.
1 lbs ground beef
1/2 cup of carrots
1/2 cup of green beans
1/2 cup of celery
1 Tbsp onion
Cook beef and drain off excess fat. Add remaining ingredients and enough water to cover the meat and vegetables.
TempaNerv™ has a 4-year shelf life from date stamped on bottle when stored in a cool dry place. Keep out of direct sunlight.
Shake bottle well before each use. Gently squeeze the dropper bladder between the thumb and index finger to allow the dropper to fill with product. The product insert contains a dropper fill chart, which is also located on the bottom of each box. Use of this chart permits accurate approximation of the amount of drops to be dispensed, based on the height of fluid volume in the dropper. The dropper vial holds a maximum of about 30 drops. In general, it is not necessary to fill the entire dropper with fluid before dispensing product. Once the dropper is sufficiently filled with fluid, the bladder is gently squeezed while the exact number of fluid drops is permitted to fall from the tip as slowly as possible. Slow administration permits accurate drop count. The predetermined dose is dispensed directly into the mouth. The use of a syringe containing measured drops from the dropper will obviate risk of the animal biting the glass dropper. If any Adizone is lost during administration (spitting, falling out of oral cavity), DO NOT administer additional product, as it is likely that most of the product was absorbed in the oral mucosa. It is more important to avoid overdose than to under-dose.
Keep out of reach of children. Do not give TempaNerv™ to cats or animals that are pregnant (may cause miscarriage), have pancreas or liver disease. Stop giving TempaNerv™ if you see any of the following reactions such as rashes, hives, edema (swelling), diarrhea, or blood in stools. If your pet has a reaction, take to a veterinarian and have your vet treat for symptoms.
Do Not Use TempaNerv™ with Amber Technology’s TYD™, Kidney Rejuvenator™, Kitty - DT™, HWF™, Numo CARE™, Carticil Plus™
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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Anise Seed: Works as an expectorant, helps relieve the common cold, asthma, bronchitis, influenza, pneumonia, and sinusitis.
Mistletoe: Used as an antispasmodic, this helps prevent or relieves convulsions or spasms in seizures. Mistletoe also has been known to stimulate the immune system.
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Vervain: A nervine which is known to strengthen the nervous system while calming and relaxing the body. This herb also helps depression due to an illness; because of the calming and relaxing effect, it helps settle nervous coughing.
American Skullcap: Acts as a delivery agent into the brain for all the other herbs.
Alcohol: Used to bring out the properties in the herbs and to preserve the tincture.