A systematic cleanse of your pet’s blood, organs, and tissues. Beneficial for the arthritic dog.
Buckthorn Bark, Burdock Root, Cat’s Claw Bark, Chaparral, Dandelion Root, Licorice Root, Milk Thistle Seed, Oregon Grape Root, Poke Root, Prickly Ash Bark, Red Clover Tops, Sarsaparilla Root, Slippery Elm Bark, Sheep Sorrel
Divide daily dosage between morning and evening feedings when possible. For pets with chronic arthritic conditions, maintain dosage daily. For pets with chronic hot spots, maintain dosage for up to 1 year.
There are two ways to administer: as a ground herb; as a liquid.
INSTRUCTIONS (Ground Herbs): Grind the herbs to a fine consistency. Return the ground herbs to the bag and seal until ready to use. Sprinkle ground herbs onto food according to Recommended Daily Dosage (ground herbs). Extra herbs can be stored in the freezer to maintain freshness.
RECOMMENDED DAILY DOSAGE (Ground Herbs):
Small <20 lbs ………. 1.0 tsp/day x 20 days
Med 21-60 lbs ……. 2.0 tsps/day x 20 days
Large 61+ lbs …….. 3.0 tsps/day x 20 days
INSTRUCTIONS (Liquid): Bring 4 litres of water to a boil. Remove from heat. Add in all the herbs. Stir slowly making sure all herbs have been submerged in the water . Simmer on low heat with lid off. Do not let mixture boil. Stir occasionally and release any herbs built up along side of the pot. Simmer for 2-3 hours until the mixture reduces to approximately 2.5 litres. Let cool. Strain and store in a glass jar in the refrigerator. The herbal liquid can be mixed into food or water according to Recommended Daily Dosage (liquid).
RECOMMENDED DAILY DOSAGE (Liquid):
Small <20 lbs ………. 4.0 tbsps/day x 20 days
Med 21-60 lbs ……. 6.0 tbsps/day x 20 days
Large 61+ lbs …….. 8.0 tbsps/day x 20 days
This information is for educational purposes and should not be used for the diagnose, treatment, or prevention of disease. Check with your veterinarian if in doubt.