Available in 8oz
Ingredients: Vitex, Moringa, Mace, Dulse, Camu Camu, Dandelion Root, Shilajit
This blend is designed to assist with Endocrine imbalances, particularly Cushing’s.
Cortisol plays a crucial role in regulating various metabolic processes in the body, including the balance of minerals. In Cushing’s disease, or scenarios where cortisol levels are excessively high, the body’s normal mineral balance is disrupted.
Excessive cortisol levels can contribute to sodium and water retention, high blood pressure, low potassium leading to muscle weakness, fatigue, disturbances in heart rhythm, low calcium and magnesium levels leading to decreased bone density and increased risk of osteoporosis, and impaired insulin function leading to increased risk of diabetes, obesity and cancer. In severe cases, pets will become emaciated in the neck and legs, distended in their stomach, they will lose hair, and will develop scabs (calcifications) on the skin.
This blend is designed to support overactive adrenals, thyroid health, and mineral balance.
Sprinkle over food or steep as a tea
*Up to 20lbs – ¼ tsp per day
*21-40 lbs – ½ tsp per day
*41-80 lbs – 1 tsp per day
*Over 81lbs – 2 tsp per day
For first time use, gradually increase into your pets diet
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place. Do not freeze.
Supplement Facts: For animal use only. This product is intended for supplemental use only
Serving Size: 1 tsp
Servings per container: 4oz = 57, 8oz = 114
Active Ingredients per tsp (2g)
|Organic Chaste Berry/Vitex||375mg|
|Organic Dandelion Root||250mg|
|Organic Camu Camu||250mg|
Inactive ingredients: None
Cautions: Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animals’ condition worsens or does not improve, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian.
This product is not intended to cure, treat or diagnose any disease
NOTE: Often times people will be told that their pets thyroid gland is “in range.” It is important to note that its imperative that a complete thyroid panel be ran, not just T3 or T4 or TSH as one may be in range and others may be out of range and causing severe effects. Further, the time of day that a thyroid panel is run may affect the outcome. The thyroid is most active 70-90 minutes after falling asleep. Therefore, levels may be higher in the morning than the evening. A “normal” or “low normal” result in the morning may mean that your pet is spending 50+% of the day out of range – resulting in symptoms.
A healthy thyroid is one of the utmost important factors in healthy weight and metabolism, healthy neurological system, healthy skin and coat, healthy endocrine system (which affects ability to detox and balance) and basically every function in the body.