Herbal Joint Supplements For Dogs
Dog Joint Ease 50g bottle
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Dog joint ease is aimed at many uses including but not limited to Arthritis which is seen: hip dysplasia;* degeneration of the joint cartilage; arthritis of the limbs; swelling and pain in the leg bones. These are all faces of arthritis in dogs which can make our animal friend’s lives miserable. These herbal joint supplements for dogs can help, especially when symptoms are aggravated by cold, damp weather. This formula, used for thousands of years, contains herbs for joint inflammation and has analgesic and circulation-promoting properties. Pubescent angelica is included for acute or chronic pain obstruction. Large gentian has recently been discovered to contain gentianine, a powerful anti-inflammatory agent. It mobilizes the body’s own anti-inflammatory system. Turmeric contains curcumin, a powerful antioxidant shown to prevent free-radical damage of the joints to a greater extent than both Vitamin E and Vitamin C; Bromelain, a mixture of enzymes from pineapple, therapeutically breaks down fibrin, which walls off inflamed areas, obstructing blood flow and tissue drainage.
*Affects up to 50% of some large breeds; it is a malformation of the hip, allowing excessive movement causing chronic inflammation and leading to calcium deposits.
INGREDIENTS: Angelica root, mulberry mistletoe stem, eucommia bark, cyathula root, ginger rhizome, large gentian root, poria sclerotium (hoelen), cinnamon bark, siler root, cnidium root, Asian ginseng root, licorice root, dong quai root, white peony root, prepared rehmannia root, yucca stem, devil’s claw root, turmeric tuber, bromelain (proteolytic enzyme from pineapple), stevia leaf
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This formula can help by warming and drying , especially when symptoms are aggravated by cold, damp weather.
Based on Angelica and Mulberry Mistletoe, Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang (625 A.D.,) Tu Huo and Loranthes.
Application: Per day for two to three months, then halve the quantity, or as needed.
Small cats & dogs: 1/2-1 small spoonful mixed in with food.
Medium dogs: 1-2 small spoonfuls mixed in with food.
Large dogs: 2-3 small spoonfuls mixed in with food.