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Herbal Products for Pets 


 BELLA TESTED


 HERBAL ELIXIRS

NO ALCOHOL CONTENT

SAFE FOR PETS

Elderberry Syrup

Immune System, General Health

3.25 USD

1 oz. Bottle

w/Dropper

6.49 USD

2 oz. Bottle

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Calming  Mist For Dogs

4 oz.  SPRAY BOTTLE

6.99 USD

Peppermint Herbal Elixir

Digestive & Energy

3.25 USD

1 oz. Bottle

w/Dropper

 6.49 USD

2 oz. Bottle

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Healthy Herbs and Spices for Dogs

I have been doing some research about pet health, this is a list of  herbs and spices that are safe, healthy  additions to a dog’s diet.

Coriander - 

Anti-parasitic

Anti-diarrhea

Ease’s nausea

Alleviates intestinal gas

 

Oregano

Anti-inflammatory

Antibacterial

Antifungal

Alleviates indigestion and diarrhea

Antioxidant boosts immune system

 

Peppermint

Soothes an upset stomach

Relieves intestinal gas

Treats diarrhea

Alleviates irritable bowel syndrome

 

Turmeric

Relieves arthritis

Anti-inflammatory

Improves gut health

Boosts brain function

 

Cinnamon

Fights against heart disease

Anti-inflammatory

Regulates blood sugar

Anti-cancer properties

 

 

Thyme creates a healthier digestive tract, and can also help with irritable bowels. In addition, thyme also aids in ousting parasites such as hookworm. Mix in one teaspoon of fresh or dried thyme per pound of food for your large dog’s dinner.

 

Basil contains antioxidants, and also has anti-inflammatory properties which help to repel a variety of illnesses. Basil can also help alleviate anxiety and arthritis. Be sure to closely watch the amount of basil you feed your dog, especially for small dogs; a safe amount is about 2-3 leaves depending on your dog’s size. 

 

Rosemary is okay to add into your dog’s diet, in fact, it’s great for your dog’s health. Rosemary is high in iron and calcium, and also has great antimicrobial and antioxidant properties. Be warned that if consumed in large quantities, rosemary can cause an upset stomach and itchy skin; do not allow your dog to consume more than 5 grams of rosemary.

 

Parsley is high in fiber, and is great for your dog’s digestive health. Parsley is also a great breath freshener for your pup! For small dogs, add one teaspoon to their food and for large dogs, add one tablespoon to their food. 

 

Herbs and Spices that are Bad for Dogs

Here are 5 herbs and spices that you should avoid feeding to your dog.

 

Nutmeg

Nutmeg can cause a severe upset stomach for dogs, as well as extensive damage to your dog’s nervous system. 

 

Onion

Consuming onions can cause diarrhea, vomiting and an upset stomach, as well as intense damage to red blood cells for dogs. This applies to onion powder, too.

 

 Cocoa Powder

Cocoa powder is extremely harmful to your dog’s nervous system. Although cocoa powder is not a spice by definition, it is often used in cooking and should be kept out of reach from your pup. Cocoa powder can also cause kidney and heart problems in your dog.

 

Garlic

Garlic can be toxic to your pup if administered in large amounts. You should avoid giving your dog garlic at all. If they do consume a small amount of garlic in the powdered form, they will be okay.

 

Black Pepper

Black pepper itself is not poisonous for dogs, however it does contain piperine, which increases the absorption of prescription medicines. This causes a great risk of overdose for your pet, so it is best to avoid black pepper.

 

 

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