Herbal nutrition for the health of the liver.
Our animal friends are exposed to a wide variety of environmental pollutants. They can swallow or lick up poisonous substances including household chemical sprays, lawn treatments including herbicides and pesticides; they ingest artificial colouring, flavouring and chemical food preservatives, meat from diseased animals found in pet foods; they must tolerate the stress and strain of vaccines, tick repellent, flea chemicals, over-the-counter and prescription pharmaceuticals, etc.
The liver is the body’s main detoxifier, one of the most important vital organs, and needs a little help in filtering out all of the above
Milk thistle seed, bupleurum root, pinellia rhizome, baical skullcap root, Asian ginseng root, licorice root, ginger rhizome, zizyphus fruit, schisandra fruit, stevia leaf.
Based on Minor Bupleurum, Xiao Chai Hu Tang (300 b.c.300 A.D.), Minor Bupleurum Combination.
Application: You may need to take this formula for extended periods.
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.
If you suspect any liver problem with your animal friend please contact your veterinarian.