Herbs & plants – the power of nature for dogs

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Not so long ago there were no antibiotics or synthetic pharmaceuticals. Instead, illnesses and ailments were alleviated with the power of nature. Then came modern veterinary medicine and made us almost forget the wonderful effects of many herbs and plants. These natural remedies can often promote the health of our dogs in a particularly gentle manner and without side effects. They are no less effective at this. So it is all the more gratifying that more and more people are now returning to the roots of veterinary medicine and rediscovering the power of herbs and plants for their pets.

We use the following herbs and plants

Our products contain only high-quality and very gently treated herbs and plants in order to achieve maximum bioavailability and effectiveness. The natural ingredients are precisely matched to each other so that they support each other in their effect and promote health in the long term.

  • Black cumin meal – also known as Nigella sativa, is a spice and medicinal plant that was already known to the ancient Egyptians as a versatile remedy. Black cumin meal has an extremely positive effect on digestion and is also rich in unsaturated fatty acids, which, among other things, benefit cell formation. It also has an antibacterial and antiseptic effect.
  • Anise – the umbellifer is also a spice and medicinal plant. It is rich in essential oils, thanks to which it has a positive effect on digestion. In this way, for example, a bloated stomach can be prevented.
  • Iceland moss – this shrub lichen is best known for its beneficial effect on the respiratory tract. At the same time, it also stimulates the appetite, harmonises digestion and has a slight antibacterial effect.
  • Stinging nettle – often referred to as a weed, stinging nettle has many documented medicinal properties. It promotes urine production and thus supports the detoxification of the body. At the same time, the metabolism is stimulated.
  • Carob – is a legume that grows on the carob tree. It is known for its calming effects. It also stimulates the production of urea.
  • Marshmallow root – as part of the medicinal marshmallow, a mallow plant, the marshmallow root contains natural mucilage. These have a soothing effect and protect the mucous membranes. At the same time, anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties have been demonstrated. This makes marshmallow root ideal for treating inflammation of the mouth and throat.
  • Stagwort root – Sweet flag is a reed-like cane plant also known as German ginger. The extract of the calamus root has a calming and strengthening effect on the digestive tract.
  • Fennel – the umbellifer is known for its positive effect on digestion: flatulence is reduced by counteracting excessive gas production during the digestive process.
  • Lime blossom – the blossoms of the summer linden have been used as a versatile remedy for centuries. They have a relaxing effect, reduce fever and can noticeably relieve cold symptoms.
  • Spruce needles – have a disinfecting and cleaning effect. The essential oils contained also have a positive effect on lung activity and can develop a blood circulation-promoting function.
  • Spruce sprouts – just like spruce needles, spruce sprouts also have cleansing and expectorant properties.
  • Sage leaves – Sage is a well-known medicinal plant from the mint family. The leaves have a digestive effect and at the same time have an antibacterial and fungicidal effect.
  • Plantain herb – contains tannins and mucilage and is used to treat coughs and inflammatory colds. It is also diuretic and anti-inflammatory, has an antibacterial effect and harmonises the gastrointestinal tract.
  • Elderflower – the flowers of the elderberry bush have always been known for their stimulating effect on the organism. Furthermore, they have an antibacterial and fungicidal effect on a natural basis.
  • Liquorice root – The legume plant liquorice is processed into liquorice, among other things, but not only: Because the liquorice root has undreamt-of healing powers. Due to its proven antifungal, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect, it is used in a wide variety of respiratory diseases, but also supports wound healing and has a laxative effect on digestion.
  • Coltsfoot leaves – Coltsfoot is a medicinal plant that is often misunderstood as a weed. Above all, it relieves coughing and has an expectorant effect. At the same time, it also has a digestive and antibacterial effect and has a stimulating effect on the entire organism.
  • Thyme – is a versatile medicinal plant that has an expectorant, calming and antibacterial effect and is therefore used primarily for respiratory diseases and colds.
  • Devil’s Claw – The South African devil’s claw has an inflamation and pain-relieving effect and is used in inflammatory joint diseases and arthrosis. But it is also used for loss of appetite and reduced gastric and bile production.

The power of nature for your dog

Veterinary medicine is rightly finding more and more followers who value natural treatment. The large number of well-known herbs and plants offers a wide range of options for effectively treating a wide variety of symptoms. For example, our product uses DOG FIT by PreThis® FRESH the herbal power to sustainably improve bad breath and gingivitis in dogs. The preparation follows a holistic approach, which also takes into account problems of digestion, as well as the mouth and throat, and thus not only combats the symptoms but also the causes in order to be able to achieve a stable oral flora and harmonious digestion again.

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