Curcumin is the main active ingredient in turmeric. The curcumin content of pure turmeric powder is very low - around 3%. Thus, turmeric powder is not an effective source of curcumin for your pet.
- Natural detoxifier
- Natural antibacterial
- Promotes heart and liver health
- Thickens blood and reduces blood clots that can lead to strokes and heart attacks
- Promotes digestive health
- Acts as an antioxidant AND believed to prevent cancer
- Provides allergy relief
- Helps prevent cataracts
- Has been used in the treatment of epilepsy
- Natural Pain Relief
- Natural treatment for diarrhea
This is a supplement that pet owners should consider offering their pets on a regular basis.
Suggested dosage: 1/4 tsp (1200 mg) per 20 lbs of weight.
“To ensure a constant supply of curcumin in the blood, divide the dosage evenly three times a day. Although the exact dosage has yet to be determined in dogs, studies have used curcumin in doses ranging from 500 to 3600 mg per day. »- Doctor Jean Dodds & Diana Laverdure, veterinarian, immunologist.
To improve absorption when using high quality organic curcumin or turmeric, give it along with a fatty food such as coconut, olive oil or fish oil (coconut oil: 1/2 teaspoon per 10 pounds of body weight).
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