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Adored Beast Apothecary



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Adored Beast - Your Go 2 is a "first response" support. It is a homeopathic combination remedy with aconite and arnica to help address the initial onset to help reduce anything at the initial stages. You can give this to your animal right away to help calm things down before, for example, you get in to see your Vet.

Some examples of when Your Go 2 may be useful to use, at initial onset; when your pet is:

  • pain
  • shock
  • trauma
  • disease
  • fever
  • inflammation

Give this combination remedy at the first signs of inflammed ears, GI upset, fear, trauma, injury, etc.

Arnica is listed in the Materia Medica for everything from infected skin to diarrhea. It, along with Aconite, can help to support you and your pet in the "immediate."

These remedies, given en route to the vet, can have a hugely positive impact in a life-threatening situation, such as an injury from being hit by a car or from a dog fight. 


Homeopathic Arnica Montana

One of the best-known homeopathic remedies. It's an herb that grows mainly in Siberia and central Europe, as well as temperate climates in North America. Indicated for trauma, bruising, pain, swelling, inflammation, fear.

Homeopathic Aconite

One of the oldest homeopathic remedies. Well-known for acute, sudden-onset situations. Indicated for pain, hypersensitivity, fear, trauma, fever, stomach issues.

Prepared in a 13% alcohol base.


Homeopathic Arnica 30c, Homeopathic Aconite 30c - prepared in a 13% alcohol base


One dose = 2 pumps

Give one dose directly in the mouth at the first sign of any of the stated situations (trauma, injury, shock, fever, GI upset, or inflammation).

Give one dose each half-hour thereafter for 2 more doses then every 2 hours for 2 more doses. If your animal has steady improvement, one dose can be given 3 times per day for 1-3 days if needed.

If at any time your animal is not improving or is getting worse, seek veterinarian advice.

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