LIVER BLOOD & SKIN DETOX for Pets
WHY DETOX YOUR PET?
Pets benefit from detoxing and supporting better liver function just like humans do. Did you know that itchy skin and other unhelpful symptoms can arise when your pet's liver is not operating as effectively as it could be? Promoting better intestinal flora is really important as pets need to have good intestinal bacteria and far less of the unhelpful bacteria in their gut in order to maintain optimum health.
Comprehensive herbal detoxing will support reduction of skin issues, promote healing & improve digestive health generally for pets. Liver, Blood & Skin Detox is recommended at least once year - just like humans! Best mixed with wet food, but can be added to pets water or directly in mouth.
For Cats + Dogs to detox, to promote skin health & to aid digestion
- Helps to reduce skin itching, breakouts & skin biting
- Promotes healthier skin & eyes
- Detoxing can improve energy levels
- Reduced congestion after detoxing
- Better digestion & absorption of nutrients
- Fluid retention balance support
- Healthier bowel movements
- A Greater feeling of wellbeing
Unsuitable for Horses due to the Yarrow extract in this remedy.
Burdock has blood cleansing, laxative, diuretic, anti-rheumatic, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Burdock is a favourite herb for the skin (cleansing) and useful when a sluggish digestion has led to a toxin overload. Burdock is naturally high in vitamin, iron and is recognized as one of the best sources of minerals. Because Burdock is a deruptive (blood purifier) herb, it is widely used as an effective traditional remedy for skin eruptions & acne. Burdock is a mild laxative & is antiseptic.
A traditional liver & digestive tonic, hepatic & stimulates bile flow. Dandelion is commonly used for chronic skin conditions, stiff and painful joints & oedema. Because Dandelion root is a traditional liver tonic, mild laxative & a gentle diuretic, it is a useful herb for fluid retention in pregnancy. Dandelion does not cause potassium loss (unlike many diuretics) Dandelion root and leaves are often recommended to support those with bladder cancer.
This time proven herb assists in protecting the liver, stimulates bile flow, increases milk flow, has antiviral & antidepressant actions and has been shown to prevent toxic chemicals from damaging liver tissue. Commonly used in the treatment of cirrhosis and hepatitis. Milk thistle is a liver cleansing tonic.
Kumarahou NZ native herb
Kumarahou is an alterative, which means it helps the body detox waste products that have been built up in the body and is valued traditionally as not only a blood purifier to assist with skin problems, including sores and rash, but for bronchial system health, urinary health & joint mobility (due to its valuable flavonoid content including anti-inflammatory quercetin). Kumarahou is a gentle remedy used by the elderly and the very young. Early pharmacists in New Zealand used Kumarahou in the 1800’s.
A common remedy used widely in pet health remedies. Yarrow is a bitter digestive tonic that improves immune function and health generally. Yarrow aids in the elimination of toxins and waste through increased urine output and sweat. Yarrow has anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties so becomes helpful for easing irritation of the skin and infection when the pets scratches and bites at its skin. Yarrow has a calming effect on the mucous membranes and promotes healing.
Clivers is an effective diuretic and depurative which improves detoxification of accumulated waste and lymphatic congestion in the body and is a mild astringent commonly used for skin ailments and supporting healing of urinary tract infections and kidney and gallbladder gravel. Being naturally high in silica, Clivers is good for the hair.
Please note - Pregnant & lactating pets should avoid herbal remedies unless specifically adviced by your health professional. Natural Pet Remedies Store herbal drops are designed to support better health & wellbeing and not designed as a replacement for prescribed medication from your Veterinarian