Fenbendazole Capsules

Fenbendazole is a broad-spectrum benzimidazole antiparasitic and has been used to eradicate worm infections in a wide variety of animal species. It is commonly used in dogs to remove roundworms (Toxocara canis, Toxascara leonina), hookworms (Ancylostoma caninum, Uncinaria stenocephala), whipworms (Trichuris vulpis) and tapeworms (Taenia pisiformis).

It has also been used to treat pinworm infection with excellent success. Both fenbendazole and praziquantel are commonly prescribed as an oral treatment for parasites that cause pinworm infections. Treatment with fenbendazole is typically done at the recommended dosage of 10-20 mg/kg once daily for 3 days, followed by a daily dose of praziquantel in the feed for 2 weeks. This combination has been shown to eliminate the entire pinworm population in both adult and larval form.

Although fenbendazole is not FDA approved as a veterinary medication, it is frequently prescribed by veterinarians to treat certain parasitic conditions in dogs and cats. This is called extra-label use of medications, and it is legal for veterinarians to prescribe human drugs to animals under certain circumstances.

In vitro studies of EMT6 hepatocellular carcinoma cells in monolayer culture demonstrated that 2-h and 24-h treatments with fenbendazole significantly reduced cell viability by reducing the number of cells in the cultures, as well as by lowering the clonogenicity of the cells. The cytostatic activity of fenbendazole is likely due to its inhibition of the ATPase activity, which causes the breakdown of cell structures.

A number of clinical trials have been conducted on animals using fenbendazole to treat parasitic diseases such as tapeworms, nematode and pinworms. Most commonly, it is prescribed in combination with other anthelmintic agents to treat parasitic infestations in dogs and cats. The worming agent praziquantel is often added to the fenbendazole regimen to increase the efficacy of the treatment.

Another potential application for fenbendazole is in the Joe Tippens Protocol, an alternative cancer treatment method that involves giving patients a combination of dietary supplements and a specific anti-cancer drug known as methotrexate. It is believed that the treatment can stimulate the growth of new blood vessels in the cancerous tissues and reduce the amount of cancer cell growth, which helps to prevent metastasis.

Although only limited research has been done on humans, fenbendazole is being used in the human version of the Protocol. It is available as a prescription medication in a capsule form that can be compounded by your veterinarian at SVPMEDS. To order this product, please contact your veterinarian for a written prescription and follow their instructions. fenbendazole capsules

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