In order to ensure authenticity, we strictly screen the origin, variety, wildness, age of growth, color, aroma, and processing procedures of Chinese herbs.
Chinese herbs can be used as supplements to existing treatments or alternative treatments. Both methods are more advantageous in addressing complex health issues.
Chinese herbs have been recognized as safe for thousands of years, with low (or no) side effects, and can be used for extended periods of time.
Welcome to TCMVET!
We are dedicated to developing top-quality herbal supplements for companion animals at. We believe that traditional Chinese herbs can help promote the health and well-being of companion animals through excellent formulations and techniques. All of our products use herbal ingredients that meet human-grade standards and are made with 100% natural ingredients.
Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM), which can be traced back over two millennia in recorded history, is a system of health care for the prevention and treatment of animal diseases. During the ancient period of Fuxi in China, people began to domesticate some live animals. When the domesticated animals got sick, people used simple Chinese herbs to treat them, which marked the beginning of the primary stage of TCVM. It continues to evolve today, and current research on Chinese herbs has shed light on its mechanism of action.
The vast majority of Chinese herbal raw materials come from China, which is known to be the origin of Chinese herbs. The quality and efficacy of Chinese herbs can be affected by various factors such as origin, variety, age of growth, wildness, cultivation, and climate environment. We insist on using the best wild-crafted herbs to produce high-quality products.
Natural, Wild-Crafted Herbal Supplements
Natural, top-quality, authentic, eco-friendly, promoting the health of companion animals!
We use authentic (DaoDi) Chinese herbs.
We use unprecedented-quality Chinese herbs that are grown using the DaoDi concept, which originates from production of Chinese herbs and clinical practice in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). DaoDi herbs refer to Chinese herbs produced in a specific natural condition and ecological environment, with concentrated production, certain cultivation techniques, and harvesting and processing methods, characterized by superior quality and efficacy. For thousands of years, DaoDi concept has been confirmed by numerous clinical practices in TCM as a comprehensive standard for controlling and identifying high-quality herbs.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is TCMVET?
TCMVET is a Chinese herbal brand that provides authentic herbal products; it focuses on the thorny health issues of companion animals.
What are the advantages of the product?
Safe, easy to use, no risk.
Should I buy it for my dog & cat?
Are herbal products safe?
Herbs are supplements, health products, and food; products that have been recognized as safe for thousands of years.
How soon can I receive the product?
I send USPS/UPS / DHL / China Post Express from US warehouse/China warehouse/Hong Kong warehouse, and the arrival time is about 7-25 days.
Is this good for lumps in dogs&cats?
Yes, believe it helps.
We’d love to answer any questions you may have about herbal supplements and how herbs work to help your pet.