Just like their human companions, pets feel stress every day – some days more than others. If your furry friend is going through a move, trip, or any other stressful situation, the supplements in naturoPETic’s Anxiety Care can help soothe the nerves and relax your pet.
Garlic has been used for centuries as a natural parasite repellent, and it’s known for its cardiovascular benefits. Don’t use more than directed and consult with a holistic veterinarian. Massive overuse of alliums can be detrimental to pet health.
Ginger is most likely the best natural remedy for nausea. It’s also good for the liver and the pancreas, and it can be helpful in cases of high blood pressure. Ginger root has also been used to help mitigate pain.
It’s not very well known, but horsetail grass is recommended by herbalists to support skin, hair, connective tissue (joints and ligaments), and teeth because it’s rich in natural silica. It’s also used for cats with urination issues.
Most of us recognize licorice as a candy flavor, but herbalists value this versatile herb for its health benefits. It’s used for the respiratory and digestive systems, and to help cleanse the colon and liver. Licorice is also used to support the adrenal gland when a pet has been neutered or has adrenal hormone issues.
Milk thistle has long been touted as a system detoxifier. Commonly used as a liver tonic, the detoxification properties of milk thistle may be beneficial in any situation in which the body has been compromised. Silymarin, which naturally occurs in milk thistle, is a powerful antioxidant flavonoid.
Your pet’s body contains healthy, probiotic bacteria that it must maintain for optimal health. NaturoPETic’s probiotic supplement helps with this maintenance and can improve digestion and intestinal health.