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herbs for dogs
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Starting with herbs for dogs ... (a brief description of common uses)


  • Alfalfa ... detox the liver, purify the blood, aids digestion
  • Aloe ... colon cleanser, wound care
  • Arnica ... wound care, pain reduction
  • Astragalus ... lowers blood pressure, kennel cough
  • Black Walnut ... expels interal parasites and tapeworms
  • Borage ... calms nerves, adrenal glands
  • Boswella ... conquers arthritis, ringworm, hip dysplasia
  • Burdock ... cleans and rebuilds the blood
  • Calendula ... minor first aid situations
  • Cascara Sagrada ... nature's answer for a laxative
  • Catnip ... soothes nerves, fever
  • Cat's Claw ... helps tumors, arthritis, allergies, respiratory infections
  • Cayenne ... blood stimulant, insect repellent
  • Chamomile ... anti-spasmodic and sedative
  • Chaparral ... blood and liver disorders
  • Chickweed ... sooth upper digestive tract
  • Cleavers ... tonic for lymphatic system
  • Coltsfoot ... use for respiratory ailments
  • Comfrey ... aids in healing of burns, skin ulcers, cuts
  • Corn Silk ... heals chronic urinary problems
  • Couchgrass ... leaves are eated by dogs to induce vomiting, laxative
  • Dandelion ... cleans blood and liver
  • Devil's Claw ... use for arthritis, liver and gallbladder complaints
  • Dill ... improves appetite, digestion and flatulence




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  • Echinacea ... nature's antibiotic
  • Elderberry ... briuses and sprains
  • Eucalyptus ... respiratory conditions
  • Fennel ... calm stomach cramps
  • Feverfew ... help joint pain
  • Flax ... soothes the digestive tract, repress tumors
  • Garlic ... supreme immune antioxidant
  • Ginger ... stimulant, eases stomach and bowel pains
  • Ginkgo ...helps to have better blood flow to the brain
  • Ginseng ... eliminate exhaustion and weakness
  • Goldenseal ... antibiotic, ringworm
  • Gotu Kola ... skin problems, arthritic inflammation, antioxidant
  • Gravelroot ... expels small kidney and bladder stones from the urinary tract
  • Hawthorn ... treats heart and circulation, heartworm prevention
  • Hops ... good for separation anxiety, hyperexcitability
  • Horsetail ... helps scar tissue, skin, coat, teeth and nails
  • Kava Kava ... helps nervous disorders, muscle spasms
  • Kelp ... helps with thyroid
  • Lavender ... nervous system, joints, tick repellent
  • Licorice ... use for expectorant, coughs
  • Marshmallow ...treat bacterial infections
  • Milk Thistle ... work with liver problems
  • Mullein ... helps relieve congestion
  • Neem ... protects pets from fleas, ticks and mites
  • Nettles ... helps with rhematism, arthritis and skin disorders





Don't Let This List Of Herbs For Dogs Seem Over ComplicatedIt seems that way to me at first too ...

but when you decide to really start educating yourself with 
Herbs For Dogs, day by day, step by step, the puzzle of a healthy lifestyle for your dog seems more clearer and it works. 


  • Oatstraw ... good for aging or debilitated animals, nervousness and mental lethargy
  • Parsley ... blood strengthener
  • Peppermint ... gas and indigestion
  • Plantain ... stops bleeding, relieves diarrhea
  • Raspberry ... strengthens uterus, laxative
  • Red Clover ... blood cleansing, anti-tumor
  • Rose ... excellent for muscular pains, burns, minor wounds, insect bites
  • Rosemary ... relieves flatulent, antioxidant, digestive problems
  • Sage ... treat and prevent gingivitis, gastric cramping
  • Saint John's Wort ... helps depression, ear infections
  • Sheep Sorrel ... cleans blood
  • Shepherd's Purse ... minor urinary system bleeding
  • Skullcap ... use for epilepsy, nervous tension, anxiety
  • Slippery Elm ... helps GI tract or urinary inflammation for young, old and weak dogs
  • Thyme ... raspy coughs, asthma
  • Turkish Rhubarb ... cleans blood
  • Turmeric ... fix excess cholesterol in the blood, candida
  • Uva Ursi ... improves urinary tract, skin
  • Valerian ... calms nervousness and exciteness
  • Wormwood ... expels worms, skin rinse for bacterial or fungal infections
  • Yarrow ... stops internal bleeding
  • Yew ... helps joint problems, arthritis, skin problems
  • Yellow Dock ... stimulates liver function, anemia
  • Yucca ... use as a laxative, diruretic and antiseptic, ulcers, pain reliever
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Hippocrates said, “Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food.” Never is this more true than providing what your body needs to fight infection.
Over the last several decades, over-use of antibiotics has reached an all-time high. The result has been drug-resistant bacteria and “superbugs” that evolve faster than scientists can figure out how to fight them. A future where bacteria are at the top of the food chain is not unheard of.
Long before there were pharmaceutical antibiotics – developed in the 1940s, there were foods and herbs that helped guard against infection and disease on a daily basis. Many of these natural defenders are still in use today with holistic healers around the globe.
These natural antibiotics are available to you right now!
Instead of waiting until you get sick or discover that drugs don’t work on whatever strain of virus or disease you have, you can start These foods andherbs haven’t lost their ability to fight bacteria. Bugs do not become immune or resistant to them. From hundreds of years ago to our modern time, what worked then still works today.
They are known as “astringent” foods – they naturally cleanse your blood without harmful side effects or upsetting the delicate balance of good bacteria in your body. building up your immune system in advance.
Get rid of infections without the digestive destruction, with these five powerful natural antibiotics.
Garlic. Up first is the natural antibiotic garlic! ...
Colloidal silver. Colloidal silver has been known as an effective antibiotic for centuries. ...
Oil Of Oregano. ...
Echinacea. ...
Top Ten Natural Antibiotics
Garlic: Raw garlic when crushed or chewed contains a compound called allicin – which has similar properties to penicillin.
Honey: ...
Cabbage: ...
Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE): ...
Raw Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV): ...
Fermented Foods: ...
Colloidal Silver:
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#3
A small group of raw feeding advocates believe that we should not give dogs supplements, and for the normal healthy dog, they could be right. However, herbs and nutrients can be used therapeutically to alleviate many illnesses. In this issue, we explore the supplements that can help with heart disease. 
It is important to note that if you or your dog have heart disease you need to be under the supervision of a health professional and that you should not cease prescribed medication without supervision. It might also be advisable to consult a qualified herbalist. One excellent book is Herbs for Pets by Mary Wulff-Tilford and Greg Tilford. 
The most important herbs for the heart include:
broom,
bugleweed,
figwort,
hawthorn,
lily of the valley,
motherwort and
Lilly of the Valley

This herb can be used where the strength of the heart is insufficient, as in angina, or in the treatment of an aging heart. This is particularly the case when there are fatty deposits in the blood vessels.
Hawthorn Berries

These are one of the most valuable remedies for the circulatory system. They strengthen the force of the contraction of the heart muscle while also dilating the vessels of the coronary circulation. They can be used in most circulatory problems as they will relax or stimulate the heart according to its need and normalise heart function.
Hawthorn may potentiate the action of heart medication and beta blockers. Therefore patients on these drugs should not use Hawthorn unless supervised by a physician. Other cardio active herbs should not be used with Hawthorn, including lily-of-the-valley roots, motherwort, pheasant's eye herb, squill, cola, ginger, mate, shepherd's purse, oleander, strophanthus, and black hellebore.
Motherwort

This is a relaxing herb and will strengthen and normalise the heart function.
Broom

This herb strengthens and normalises the heart and also rids the body of any build-up of water that is due to insufficient heart strength. Care has to be taken though with this herb as it can increase blood pressure.
Figwort

This herb is known for its treatment of skin problems but it also strengthens the heart’s contractions.
Bugleweed

Whilst this herb increases the strength of the heart beat it also decreases its rate and is valuable as a relaxant as well.
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Spice up Your Life!
Research is now showing that five spices we've long savoured for their flavour are also nutritional powerhouses.
Cinnamon: This natural germ-fighter also helps lower blood sugar, triglycerides, and cholesterol levels - one-quarter teaspoon a day is a healthy goal.
2. Thyme: It makes it onto the list of healthy herbs by virtue of its anticancer potency. It's also long been used as an antiseptic.
Cumin: Concealed in chilli powder is one of the world's most popular spices (it's a key ingredient in Indian curries, too) and another anticancer soldier.
4. Oregano: A food-world superpower, leaves of the herb boast 42 times more antioxidants than apples. Oregano also fights yeast overgrowth. 
Turmeric: Called the "Queen of the Kitchen" by Indian cooks, turmeric (and its active ingredient, curcumin) has earned its crown. Studies show promise in fighting cystic fibrosis, colon cancer, arthritis, and even Alzheimer's.
Taken from Good Health Naturally
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