The principles of animal regeneration

The principles of animal regeneration

Regeneration is a simple method of caring for the health of every type of animal. It does, however, have its laws which have to be adhered to. It is not possible to adopt the method used with any other product and to apply it to Energy preparations. This would lead to needless errors and reduce the efficacy of the regeneration method. In order for our products to have the optimum effect on animals, it is necessary to adhere to several fundamental rules of which there are two main ones.

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Breaks are important

Breaks in administering the regenerative preparation are just as important as the application itself. The administration of the preparation is limited to a maximum of three weeks and there must then be a break of at least one week. Otherwise, the animal’s body will become accustomed to the application of the preparation and it will cease to have an effect or, even worse, the animal’s body may begin to reject the preparation.

The main preparations (Virovet, Renovet, Regavet, Korovet, Gynevet, Etovet and Kingvet) have the function of a catalyst. Their application starts natural processes in the organism which continue after the application ceases. The premature administration of another preparation can stop the process and in some cases even revert the process to the situation prior to the commencement of the regeneration. Supplementary preparations do not have any such limitations and can be used over the long term, but with weekly breaks in order to limit any loss of efficaciousness.

The principle should be: the break should last as long as the period in which the main preparation was administered. This will enable the animal to make use of the full regeneration potential of the preparation.

For example, if you administer Kingvet for three weeks, it is advisable to then have a break of at least three weeks. An entire month would be optimal. If you administer the product to an older animal twice for three weeks with a break of a week, the optimum break will then be around two months, i.e. the breaks can be added together. The main preparations will remain in effect throughout the entire period, but will do so without the initial irritation, i.e. the stimulation, of the organs which they are assigned to.

Adverse reactions

Some people fear the temporary worsening of the animal’s symptoms before the commencement of the regeneration. Real adverse reactions usually do not appear in the animal. If, however, the animal is in a very poor state of health or has reached an advanced age, fears of an aggravated condition may be justified. Any adverse reactions usually only appear when the preparation is first administered. If they repeatedly appear after each dose, the wrong regeneration preparation has been selected and it must be changed.

The main principles for preventing the aggravation of the symptoms in the animal:

  1. Immediately cease administering the preparation, if any symptoms appear or if there is the hint as to the fact that the situation has worsened. This is a basic principle.
  2. Never compensate for any such aggravation of the symptoms by administering other preparations. This will not help and the animal will cease reacting to the regeneration altogether.
  3. Start giving old animals and animals with serious conditions the preparations as sparingly as possible. Here are the instructions:

- Administer the preparation only once a day (the amount of drops does not play a role here).

- Administer the preparation for only two or three days and then have a four-day break. Continue in the same way (three days of application, four days of nothing), if there are signs of a worsening of the symptoms.

- If the animal’s condition does not worsen, you can administer the preparation continuously for three weeks.

- You can interrupt the regeneration at any time for up to one week without any loss of efficacy. On the contrary, this type of regeneration may even be more efficacious.

Do you feed your animal with granules? Think Probiovet

Feeding animals with granules is widespread and their use is on the rise. In order to ensure that the granules do not go mouldy, they contain preservatives and other chemical additives.  

Dry feed is not harmful in and of itself, but it absolutely destroys the intestinal microflora (it gives rise to so-called dysbiosis) and animals begin to suffer from various problems ranging from the increased production of tooth scale to bad breath, eczema and ear inflammation to liver and kidney failure and tumours within two to four years.

For this reason and based on substantial negative experience, it is a good idea to only give small breeds granules as a treat. It is possible to recommend canned food from among the industrial feeds, but long term feeing with this can also lead to digestive disorders.

If you have a large dog, you cannot avoid using granules, but in this case you can maintain the natural intestinal microflora by administering Probiovet. One capsule every evening is sufficient prevention for dogs up to 40 kilograms, while two capsules should be given to larger dogs. The consequences of intestinal dysbiosis can be preventatively resolved by administering Regavet twice a year. Always administer one drop for every 10 kg of weight twice a day for three weeks. Another prevention option involves the administration of Cytovet twice a year (one capsule daily up to 30 kilograms of weight or one capsule twice a day in larger animals and once again administer the capsules continually for three weeks).

The basic food ration for dogs

60 %: Meat with bones – it can be raw or it is sufficient to cook it for just 20–30 minutes. If the animal is not used to bones, cook them well until they are soft. Initially, give a minimum amount of bones and then gradually increase the amount. They are a source of minerals and they stimulate correct functioning of the digestive tract. A harder stool stimulates the anal glands to evacuate and this prevents them from becoming inflamed. 30%: Firm feed (cooked pasta, oats, rice and other cereals). 10%: Well cooked vegetables with a predominance of carrots (they cannot digest raw vegetables); allow the animal to graze grass, as it is necessary for good digestion.

General appearance and performance

The appearance of the fur

Dry, brittle - Omegavet (it especially provides the necessary unsaturated fatty acids and vitamins A, D and E); it is suitable to internally administer Gynevet for the better utilisation of the body’s building materials (it positively influences the activity of the enzymes which process fats and it is the concentrate which best influences the quality of the skin and its derivatives).

For a shiny coat

Fytovet, which provides the essential minerals in a maximally useable form, and Omegavet. Once again, it is also possible to strengthen the formation of the fur by administering Gynevet.

The impression of a dirty coat, greying

Renovet, which goes well with Cytovet. In older animals in particular, it is advisable to prepare the animal’s organism for regeneration with Renovet by administering at least a weekly course of Regavet.


Gynevet can be generally used for every case of the renewal of fur growth. Cytovet is suitable in the case of poisoning, for example with heavy metals, as it binds to all the reactive groups with a chelation bond, as is Fytovet, which displaces the toxic elements from the binding sites on proteins and enzymes. In the case of fungal and bacterial illnesses, Audivetis useful when eliminating the originator locally. Concentrated Fytovet applied locally assists during itching.

The general improvement of the appearance for shows and other events

Gynevet supplemented with Fytovet and Omegavet at least 3 weeks in advance (preparation 2 months in advance is more suitable). It is not necessary to use all of the stated products. That is the maximalist version, but it provides the most certain results.
Increased performance

Kingvet is effective for strengthening the functions of the skeletal and visceral muscles. It regulates the body’s metabolism according to the type of training. It improves stamina during stamina training or it improves the growth in muscle volume during strength training. In either case, Kingvet is most effective during the training phase, because its effect manifests itself in association with the training. Without training, it has no essential effect on muscles. It is also effective during the regeneration of damaged or tired muscles and it assist in breaking down accumulated lactic acid. It improves the sexual performance of males. It also has this effect in females, but it is necessary to alternate it with Gynevet.

Increasing momentary performance and stamina, improving

the animal’s concentration

Use Etovet, which causes the rapid and flawless release of energy for performance, for competitions or for momentary performance. It improves the functioning of the nervous system and stimulates the control centres, i.e. strengthens the effects of feedback and as such the control mechanisms and the ability to concentrate on momentary performance. Neither Kingvet nor Etovet contain any monitored or banned stimulants. They act against stress.

The Pentagram of five elements

Is a mnemonic device designed to assist physicians, healers and, of course, our advisors. Certain organs, body functions and specific emotions pertain to each element. At the same time, a preparation has also been assigned to each element.

The philosophy of the Energyvet Pentagram is based on the cycle of energy in a clockwise direction. The energy is merely notional and it has a different character between each pair of elements.

If any of the elements are blocked, the energy accumulates at the previous element and that is where the symptoms of excess energy can be seen (an increased temperature, excessive production by the affected organ, painful and sudden conditions – for example: an increased skin temperature, flushes, hyperaemia, pain or increased sebum or sweat production).

The symptoms of insufficient energy can be observed at the following element after the block (a reduced temperature, insufficient production, limited circulation, the disease state develops slowly – using the skin as an example again: cool, pale, dry, scale formation).

The regeneration involves the action of the preparation directly on the blocked element. The symptoms only manifest themselves on the previous element and on the subsequent element. We therefore use the preparation on the blockage between them, where there are no symptoms. For example: an animal is suffering from constipation (insufficient production at the metal element) and at the same time is experiencing accelerated and irregular cardiac activity, a hard pulse or hormonal disorders caused by stress (excess energy on the element of fire leads to increased activity). This pair of problems is resolved by using the preparation between them – the earth preparation, i.e. Gynevet.

It is not possible to administer the preparation of an element on displayed symptoms of the same element. For example, the use of Virovet (the element of metal) for constipation (the large intestine is under the element of metal). The preparations slightly irritate the organs of their own element and, for example, in the case of constipation Virovet could also lead to colic. If we use any other preparation, it will always act more or less positively. The only limitation during regeneration is that an element’s preparation should not be used, if the apparent symptoms are associated with the same element. Then this regeneration is completely safe and without any side effects.

Cases for special attention:

In the case of more acute conditions and older animals (especially carnivores), it is absolutely inadvisable to use Renovet in the case of chronic kidney malfunction accompanied by increased liveliness and excessive urination. In such a case, this preparation would cause the irritated kidneys to lose more liquids and it could lead to complete kidney failure. Hyperactivity in the form of an increased amount of urine must be treated using a preparation from the subsequent element of wood - Regavet.  

In all types of animals with cardiac insufficiency, it is once again unsuitable to use a preparation from the fire element, Korovet. It stimulates the diseased heart muscle and may lead to its failure. In the case of a weak pulse and weakened cardiac echoes, it is necessary to add the energy from the previous element of wood using Regavet (it acts on the metabolism and therefore on the efficiency of the heart muscle). On the other hand, in the case of an accelerated pulse and irregular or strengthened cardiac echoes it is necessary to remove energy using a preparation from the subsequent element of earth, Gynevet (it harmonises and calms the heart’s nervous control and removes the results of stress). 

In the case of pneumonia, the use of Virovet will lead to the intensification of the cough. In this case, it is necessary to remove the energy using a preparation from the subsequent element of water; Renovet or even better Kingvet, which is even more effective against coughs.


This information is contained in Energyvet’s main products. It has a similar character to homeopathic information. It supplements the active substances of these preparations especially with the goal of eliminating any negative side effects of the herbs.

Bio-information involves at least 3 different frequencies of electromagnetic radiation which create a typical frequency pattern. It is similar to colour. We also require at least 3 different frequencies of visible electromagnetic radiation in order to be able to see the colour spectrum. In a computer or a television, these colours are red, green and blue. And this is sufficient for the depiction of a very wide range of colours. In the case of bio-information, the frequencies are in the invisible range, in the area of the infrared to radio spectrums. This frequency area is typical for the energy of biochemical reactions. It is basically colour in the infrared and radio areas. The biochemical reactions of a live organism not only perceive these signals, but also react to them either by stimulating or repressing a reaction. 



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