This is a creamy supplement can be given like you’d give a scoop of peanut butter to your pooch or kitty. Included in this health-boosting and tick repelling supplement is:
Yellow Flowers of Sulfur — Powerful agent in killing and warding off ticks. Military have used sulfur powder on ankles and in boots to prevent ticks from biting. Sheepherders also use it to keep ticks from biting. It has amazing anti-parasitic action.
Raw Honey — Builds up the immune system for both people and pets. Raw honey is a phytonutrient powerhouse, meaning it has not only antioxidant properties, but it also has antibacterial and antifungal power as well.
Lugol’s 5% Iodine — has a powerful effect on the body for people and pets as well. Some of the simple benefits is that iodine supports immune function. It also helps the thyroid in dogs (as well as people). Iodine can also help protect against cancer, detox heavy metals, prevent heart disease, and much more.
Magnesium Oil — (non-synthetic magnesium) has health benefits for your pet including helping aching muscles and joints, anxiety, digestion, allergies, diabetes and much more.
INGREDIENTS: Peanut Butter (without xylitol), Raw Honey, Zechstein magnesium chloride and trace minerals,Lugol’s 2% Iodine, Yellow Flowers of Sulphur Powder. No fillers or preservatives.
SUGGESTED USE: Can be given as a treat like you would peanut butter or added to food. 1/4-1/2 teaspoon 3 times a week.
*Find more detailed information about nutrient supplementation for oets in the Hope Creek Paws documents
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