Apple Cider Vinegar

Apples contain enzymes, boron, iron, minerals, trace minerals, pectin-soluble fibre and are an extremely good source of potassium. Vinegar is known to have anti-fungal abilities and to kill harmful bacteria and pathogens, so traditionally people used it to clean their homes, bodies, and to fight off fungus from forming. Combine the benefits of apples and vinegar and you have yourself a highly absorbable, super liquid that historical records show has been fermented and used as medicine since before 5000 BC.

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Turmeric for Pets

Turmeric has shown to be a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory as well as aiding in digestion and minor digestive disturbances, promoting general wellbeing and helping the healing process of minor skin irritations. When combined with Black Pepper, Turmeric’s bio-availability has been shown to increase by up to 2000%.
BUT…What most people don’t know is that Turmeric is great for our pets as well. That’s right, whether you have a dog, cat, horse, goat, bird, or alpaca, all our furred and feathered family members can also benefit from a daily dose of Turmeric. It is no wonder that veterinarians have been recommending adding Turmeric to your pet’s daily supplement intake.

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How to use Turmeric for pets?

Turmeric is not water soluble however it is fat soluble meaning it can easily be mixed in with wet food. Alternatively, you can make Golden Paste, which is combining the Turmeric with Black Pepper and Coconut oil or Hemp seed oil (remembering though NOT to heat the Hemp seed oil) which can then be added to either wet or dry food, given to your pet straight or mixed with a treat.

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