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GutGard ProBlend

GutGard ProBlend

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Intestinal parasites pose a significant health concern for our furry companions, affecting their overall well-being and digestive health. Our specially formulated pet botanicals, featuring natural herbs like Black Walnut, Cloves, Sage, and Thyme, offer a comprehensive solution for pets dealing with intestinal parasites. In this article, we'll explore what intestinal parasites are and how our botanical blend can provide effective and gentle support for your pet.

Understanding Intestinal Parasites in Pets: Intestinal parasites are organisms that live in the gastrointestinal tract of animals, including dogs and cats. These parasites can include worms, such as roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms, as well as other microorganisms like giardia. Common signs of intestinal parasites in pets include diarrhea, vomiting, weight loss, and a change in appetite. It's crucial to address these parasites promptly to prevent further complications and ensure your pet's digestive health.

 

Key Herbs in Our Pet Botanicals:

Black Walnut:

Benefits: Black Walnut is known for its anti-parasitic properties. It may help eliminate and prevent the growth of intestinal parasites, promoting a healthier gastrointestinal environment.

Cloves:

Benefits: Cloves have potent anti-parasitic and antimicrobial properties. They may aid in controlling and expelling intestinal parasites, contributing to digestive health.

Sage:

Benefits: Sage possesses anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It can help soothe the digestive tract and support the elimination of parasites, promoting overall gastrointestinal well-being.

Thyme:

Benefits: Thyme is rich in compounds with anti-parasitic and antibacterial properties. It may assist in controlling intestinal parasites and maintaining a balanced digestive system.

 

How Our Pet Botanicals Can Help:

  • Anti-Parasitic Support: Black Walnut, Cloves, Sage, and Thyme in our botanical blend provide potent anti-parasitic benefits, helping eliminate and prevent the growth of intestinal parasites.

  • Digestive Comfort: Sage's anti-inflammatory properties and Thyme's antibacterial benefits contribute to soothing the digestive tract, promoting comfort for pets dealing with intestinal parasites.

  • Gastrointestinal Well-being: The combined action of these herbs supports a balanced and healthier gastrointestinal environment, crucial for pets combating intestinal parasites.

It's important to note that while our pet botanicals can offer valuable support, they should be used as part of a comprehensive parasite management plan under the guidance of a veterinarian. Always consult with your veterinarian to ensure the best care for your pet's specific needs and to rule out any underlying health concerns.

 

How to Dose

Dogs

0.5 kg – 4.5kg = 1-3 drops 2-3 x day

4.5kg – 10 kg = 3-5 drops 2-3 x day

10kg – 22kg = 5-10 drops 2-3x day

50kg onwards = 10 – 20 drops 2-3 x day

Start slow and slowly build up eg.  3 drops for first week, then increase second week to full dose. Remain on the dosage for a few weeks, then decrease slowly.  If symptoms return start again.

Cats

5 drops 2 x day with a strong-smelling food (to disguise) otherwise if you cat is brave you can place the drops inside their mouth.  Start slow and slowly build up eg.  3 drops for first week, then increase second week to full dose. Remain on the dosage for a few weeks, then decrease slowly.  If symptoms return start again.

 

May contain trace amounts of alcohol.  If you want to take the alcohol out of your tincture, then take lid off bottle, simmer slowly till water starts to bubble (only slightly bubbling) remover, then your done.  This will help to evaporate the alcohol from your tincture.



Disclaimer
This website is for educational purposes only. The information provided here is not a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always consult with a qualified veterinarian or healthcare professional for specific concerns or issues related to your pet's health. 
While natural therapies can be valuable in supporting your pet's health, it's crucial to emphasize that consulting with a qualified veterinarian may also be essential.  When incorporating natural therapies alongside conventional medicine for your pets, it's crucial to exercise caution and be aware of potential contraindications. Certain herbs or supplements may interact with prescribed medications, affecting their efficacy or causing unintended side effects, underscoring their importance.   Consulting with a veterinarian experienced in integrative approaches will help to ensure the well-being of your furry companions.

 

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