Toxic or Healthful? Mitragyna Speciosa (see: Wikipedia), which is commonly called as Kratom1 , from the coffee family, is a […]
We discuss herbs for pets (cats, dogs and horses) here. Many of us are introduced to the realm of herbal medicine by using herbs as direct replacements for over-the-counter or prescription drugs. Like drugs, herbs can be used to treat the symptoms of dise
The only healthy shortcut that can help you and your boy or girl to the winners circle is Mother Nature herself, as certain medicinal herbs could help your fur kid concentrate despite distractions, relax under stress, keep his or her joints limber, improve coats, increase stamina and even possible improve sense of smell. We discuss a few of these natural options for your interest only.
The dividing line between “food” and “medicine” may not always be clear. Are lemons, papayas, onions, and oats food or medicine? What about turmeric, kelp or burdock root? In many instances they are both. Herbal remedies only really come into their own once the distinction between food and “medicine” are removed.
It is an unfortunate reality of life, worms can invade your fur kid’s body when they smell, drink, lick, and ingest dirt, rotten meat, trash and even poop. If your fur kids play around in the backyard or walks around where other dogs can defecate, you might not even notice how they pick up unseen worm eggs or larvae. Dogs can also pass worms to other dogs, and even humans, simply through normal socialization. We discuss this topic in greater detail.