Infuse your dog with nature’s best

St. John’s Wort
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Contains essential oils and flavonoids. Famous for its antidepressive properties in both humans and animals. Acts as an antibacterial and antiviral agent, boosting immune system functioning.

Alfalfa
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Rich with minerals like calcium, folate, iron, zinc, and potassium. An excellent herb for bone building. Helps the body assimilate protein and other nutrients. High in Vitamin K and full of antioxidants.

Dandelion
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A great source of vitamins and minerals. Is a strong but safe diuretic and liver stimulant, rich in potassium which helps replenish minerals lost in urine. Dandelion leaves are very high in calcium and iron.

Burdock
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Herb with blood cleansing properties. A liver and gallbladder stimulant. Great for older dogs, and can be used in the treatment of arthritis. Full of minerals essential to the canine diet like thiamine, phosphorous, iron, and riboflavin.

Cilantro
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A powerful anti-inflammatory that may help symptoms of arthritis. Works to increase HDL cholesterol (the good type), while reducing LDL cholesterol (the bad kind). Acts as a digestive aid, and is a rich source of iron and magnesium.

Chamomile
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A mild and safe herb that has relaxing properties. Extremely helpful for indigestion, gas, and vomiting. The oil in the flower contains flavonoids, which are antioxidants that assist in healing and protects a dog’s body from free radicals.

Dong Quai
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A mild and safe herb that has relaxing properties. Extremely helpful for indigestion, gas, and vomiting. The oil in the flower contains flavonoids, which are antioxidants that assist in healing and protects a dog’s body from free radicals.

Ginkgo Biloba
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Ginkgo is an excellent nervous system herb for older dogs as it improves blood circulation and increases blood flow to the brain. It is a “free-radical scavenger” and because of its “free-radical” scavenging properties, many veterinarians recommend adding Ginkgo to a dog’s diet.

Flax Seed
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A rich source of essential fatty acids, which are important for development and maintenance of the brain, heart, and liver. Contains bioactive compounds called lignans, which helps prevent cancer..

Parsley
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Possesses powerful antioxidizing properties. Supports liver functions strengthening cell resistance to harmful toxins. Stimulates new cell reproduction.

Ginger
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Contains at least 477 chemicals, including essential oils, beta-carotene, acetic acid, alpha-linolenic acid, ascorbic acid, camphor, capsaicin, and gingerols. Great herb for dogs, especially beneficial to those in poor health.

Sage
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Known for its anti-inflammatory and therapeutic effects, sage is a great herb for canines. Rich in potassium, antioxidants, and B vitamins, it aids in digestion helping dogs to process the foods they consume increasing the rate of absorption.

Wheatgrass
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Increases red blood-cell count and lowers blood pressure. Contains beneficial enzymes that works to cleanse the blood, organs, and gastrointestinal tract of debris. It also stimulates metabolism and enriches the enzyme systems within dogs. This probably the best herb for dogs.

Milk Thistle
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Known as a liver herb for both human and pets, Milk Thistle has amazing therapeutic effects. As a mild and very safe herb, infusions of Milk Thistle can have great wondrous and positive impacts on canine health helping them them common canine diseases such as Pancreatitis.

Acai Berry
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Densely packed with nutrients, acai berry remains one of the best natural supplements for canines. Rich in omega fats, electrolytes, proteins, antioxidants, Vitamins A, B1, and E, as well as amino acids, infusing our dishes with this berry helps strengthen immune functioning and health.

Slippery Elm
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Densely packed with nutrients, acai berry remains one of the best natural supplements for canines. Rich in omega fats, electrolytes, proteins, antioxidants, Vitamins A, B1, and E, as well as amino acids, infusing our dishes with this berry helps strengthen immune functioning and health.