Pet Herbals in an 8 oz Jar- For adding to food as an extra supplement as needed. ( holds 4-5 oz of powder herb)
Giving herbal supplements to dogs and/or cats can help with many different health concerns. For instance slippery elm is great to have on hand for any digestive issues, tummy aches, diarrhea or constipation.
Milk thistle is a great liver support herb or to give during a detox.
Catnip is not only wonderful for cats but can be given to dogs to help them relax during stressful times. Can be given straight in their food or made into a tea.Nettles is wonderful to feed as a nutritive because it is rich in vitamins and minerals, so makes a good addition to a natural supplement. Nettles can also to help with allergies, as an antihistamine or as a diuretic for a pet with urinary tract issues. It is a wonderful herb to have on hand in your first aid kit.
Alfalfa is rich in nutrients as well. It can be helpful for arthritis pain, kidney issues, cancer prevention and more. It is easy to add to your dog’s food giving 1/4 t. per 10 lbs once a day, or about 1 tsp for a 50 lb dog.
Kelp is high in iodinemaking it an excellent supplement to support the glandular system, helps the adrenal..pituitaryand thyroid glands. With properly functioning glands, optimal metabolism is more easily achieved.
Slippery Elm Give a 1/2 t. (per 10 pounds), Slippery elm powder will absorb many times its own weight in water or colloidal silver, so be sure to add enough to make a gruel. This gruel can be given before meals by syringe or eyedropper, or added to bone broth or a slurry of food. It has a mild, slightly sweet taste and is usually well-tolerated by cats and dogs when mixed with food.
- Slippery Elm Herb
- Milk Thistle Herb
- Catnip Herb
- Garlic Granules
- Nettle Powder Herb
- Alfalfa Powder Herb
- Kelp Powder Herb