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There are so many things that this herb can do.And it can be done in a few different ways as well.In a drink (Turmeric Milk/Tea) , in our meals or as a paste .

The health benefits are many
1.Anti inflammatory,Antiseptic and antibacterial properties- which suggests that made into a paste it can help wound healing and skin issues (mix with Honey)
2.Turmeric has been found to lower LDL levels which support both heart and liver health.(LDL- Bad Cholesterol)
3.Turmeric as a detoxifier boosts the liver’s ability to metabolize fat and remove waste from the body.
4.Kills parasites
5.Heals stomach ailments, aids in digestive disorders, and reduces gas and bloating
6.Acts as a binding agent and therefore great for treating diarrhea (Make sure you have lots of water available for your pet to drink!)
And the list seems to go on and on……

How do I feed it to my pet?
The suggested dosage is approximately 15 to 20 mg per pound of body weight in dogs, 150-200mg for cats. A simpler way of looking at it is an 1/8 to a 1/4 teaspoon per day, for every 10lbs of dog weight. Make sure your pet has lots of water to ensure that they don’t get constipated.

Oh and just so you know , the staining power of turmeric is very powerful.Make sure not to touch it to anything you do NOT want yellow/orange for the next few days.

And as always if your pet has a pre -existing medical condition , is currently taking any medications or is pregnant or nursing , it is advisable to consult with your veterinarian before starting anything new