Description Ingredients Directions FAQ Herbal remedy to support healthy digestive function in dogs and cats. Soothes inflammation in the stomach and digestive tract Stimulates healthy digestion and assimilation of nutrients Promotes a normal appetite and digestive regularity Addresses sluggish, weak or feeble digestion Encourages healing of inflamed or damaged tissue Relieves nausea, gas, bloating and other symptoms of indigestion OVERVIEW Good Digestion Formula is a 100% herbal formula designed to promote healthy digestion in pets on a daily, ongoing basis. Good Digestion Formula contains a premium blend of high-quality herbs that not only relieve symptoms of indigestion but also promote digestive health long term. Good Digestion Formula can be administered to animals suffering from poor appetite, constipation, nausea, gas, bloating, acid reflux and other symptoms of indigestion. Good Digestion Formula may also be administered to healthy animals for maintenance support of ongoing digestive health. Proper digestion is absolutely essential to longevity, healthy energy levels and overall vitality, both in humans and pets. Unfortunately, poor diet, stress and other factors can contribute to impaired or sluggish digestion, along with a host of unpleasant symptoms. Many commercial dry foods can be difficult for cats and dogs to digest, causing inflammation and poor digestion over time. Constipation, gas, bloating, reduced appetite and abdominal pains are fairly common, especially in older pets whose digestion tends to weaken with age. In addition to supplying a healthful, biologically appropriate diet, plants found in nature can provide the body with much-needed digestive support. Warming herbs like Ginger help to stimulate digestion, while soothing herbs like Marshmallow and Slippery Elm provide calming relief of pain and inflammation. Mixing these gentle, digestive herbs with food is an easy, convenient way to ensure a long, healthy life in cats and dogs. Good Digestion Formula contains a proprietary blend of the following herbs in therapeutic dosage: Alfalfa Leaf (Medicago sativa) is a nourishing, food-grade herb that promotes healthy digestive function. Herbalists would traditionally prescribe daily consumption of Alfalfa to help with poor appetite and indigestion. Alfalfa contains digestive enzymes, vitamins and minerals that help reduce inflammation in the GI tract, gas and other symptoms of digestive distress. Buckthorn Bark (Rhamnus frangula) is a gentle tonic herb that promotes digestion and relieves constipation. Also called Alder Buckthorn, the bark of this tree was traditionally prescribed in Western Herbalism to help move along the digestive process when sluggish or constipated. Cinchona (Cinchona officinalis) originates from the Andes of South America and is used to promote healthy digestion. The bark of the Cinchona tree has been used to strengthen stomach function when weak or feeble while relieving bloating and cramps. Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is one of the world’s best digestive herbs. Traditional Chinese Medicine hails Ginger as a very effective remedy for indigestion symptoms such as nausea, gas, bloating, hyperacidity, poor appetite, sluggish digestion and excessive belching. The warming nature of this herb helps to gently stimulate the digestive process. Ginger also possesses pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties. Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra) is an ancient remedy that benefits digestion in many ways. Licorice has been used to reduce inflammation in the stomach and GI tract, as in cases of gastritis and ulcers. The soothing action of Licorice also helps to control spasms in the GI tract and reduce abdominal pain. Marshmallow Root (Althaea officinalis) is a soothing, mucilaginous herb that can be helpful in cases of heartburn, acid reflux, ulcers, inflammation in the GI tract and other symptoms of indigestion. The mucilage present in Marshmallow root coats the delicate membranes of the GI tract, promoting the healing of inflamed or damaged tissue. Milk Thistle Seed (Silybum marianum) promotes healthy liver function and digestion. Milk Thistle is known to increase bile production, while stimulating the production of enzymes, thus aiding healthy digestion. Milk Thistle also possesses anti-inflammatory properties that can be helpful in soothing digestive discomfort. Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmus rubra) comes from the Elm family of trees and is typically found growing in North America. Slippery Elm contains mucilage which is useful in soothing irritation or inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract. Slippery Elm can provide significant pain relief in cases of digestive discomfort while promoting healing of damaged or inflamed tissue. Inactive ingredients are Purified Water, USP Cane Ethanol Alcohol 20%, USP Vegetable Glycerin. Directions Use 2-3 times daily. Drops may be administered directly into the mouth or mixed with food. - Pets under 20 lbs: 2-4 drops - Pets 20-50 lbs: 5-7 drops - Pets over 50 lbs: 8-10 drops Product size: 2 FL OZ (59mL), Minimum 2000 drops. Frequently Asked Questions Q. How long does the bottle last? A. A bottle will last at least one month. A bottle may last 2 months for smaller pets. Q. Are there any side effects? A. In most cases there are no serious side effects associated with this product. Always cross-check the ingredients with any pre-existing allergy your pet may have Q. How long before I see results? A. You should see results within 3 weeks. If you are not satisfied we recommend taking advantage of our guarantee.
Description Ingredients Directions FAQ Herbal remedy to assist the body in naturally expelling intestinal worms and parasites. Aids the body in expelling intestinal worms and parasites Effective against parasites in larval and adult stages Relieves common symptoms of infestation such as gas, nausea, bloating, frequent diarrhea and sluggish digestion Stimulates healthy digestion and the production of bile Provides gentle and effective support in cleansing protocols OVERVIEW Parasite Free Formula is a 100% natural formula containing a premium blend of herbs to help the body expel intestinal worms and parasites in dogs and cats, safely and effectively without hazardous side effects. Simply mixing the herbs in Parasite Free Formula with food on a daily basis for three weeks can provide the body with the extra support it needs to eliminate and overcome a parasitic infestation. Parasite Free Formula has been specially formulated to safely and effectively eliminate intestinal worms and other parasites, without harsh or dangerous chemicals. The ratio, balance and dosage of herbs blended together in Parasite Free Formula serve to relieve symptoms of an infestation, kill parasites at all stages and stimulate the systemic cleansing and elimination of parasites from the digestive tract. Many of the herbs in Parasite Free Formula have been used extensively in Eastern and Western herbalism, with records stretching as far back as 2,000 years ago in China, India and Europe. A healthy, well-functioning digestive tract is designed to withstand exposure to intestinal parasites and worms, eliminating them without significant problems. The immune system quickly identifies foreign invaders and the intestines automatically flush out worms or other parasites encountered in daily life. Unfortunately, when digestive and immune function becomes compromised or weak, parasites tend to take hold and manifest a wide variety of health issues. Common symptoms of parasitic infestation are chronic diarrhea, gas and bloating, poor appetite, low energy, weight loss and weak digestion. The presence of worms or eggs in the stool of infected animals is another common sign of parasites. While many chemical approaches to intestinal worms do exist, many people choose to use a natural alternative whenever possible. Parasite Free Formula contains a proprietary blend of the following herbs in therapeutic dosage: Anise (Pimpinella anisum) has been used since ancient times as a culinary and medicinal herb throughout the Mediterranean region. The oils found in Anise are toxic and repellent to parasites and intestinal worms. Black Walnut (Juglans nigra) is a powerful vermifuge, which refers to its ability to kill parasites and intestinal worms. Black Walnut contains naturally-occurring iodine, astringent tannins and other compounds known to be effective in eliminating parasites. Buckthorn Bark (Rhamnus frangula) is a bitter herb used to help the body expel intestinal worms and parasites. Buckthorn also helps to relieve accompanying stomach gas, constipation and sluggish digestion. Cloves (Syzygium aromaticum) contain essential oils, volatile oils, tannins and other compounds that have been used to assist the body in expelling parasites. The use of Cloves dates back to 300 BC in China and the 4th century in Europe. Cloves are effective against intestinal worms and help to relieve nausea, diarrhea, gas, and other accompanying symptoms of indigestion. Herb of Grace (Ruta graveolens) is an evergreen shrub possessing aromatic flowers and leaves. Herb of Grace, also called Meadow Rue, is used extensively in Traditional Chinese Medicine to eliminate intestinal worms. Herb of Grace also relieves gas and helps to stimulate digestion. Neem (Azadirachta indica) has been used for millennia, with records of cultivation dating back to 1500 BC in India. While Neem was used most extensively in the Ayurvedic tradition of medicine, this herb continues to be used today for its many medicinal properties. Neem is effective against intestinal worms and parasites. Pumpkin Seed (Cucurbita pepo) is traditionally used as an anthelmintic, or a substance that aids the body in eliminating intestinal parasites. Compounds called cucurbitins found in Pumpkin seeds are thought to paralyze intestinal worms, thus allowing the body to expel them quickly. Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) is a bitter herb that promotes the flow of bile, thus stimulating digestion. Wormwood also possesses powerful anti-parasitic properties, aiding the body in expelling intestinal worms and parasites. Wormwood is thought to kill parasites in the larval stage, unlike other similar herbs. Directions Use 2-3 times daily. Drops may be administered directly into the mouth or mixed with food. Continue for approximately 3 weeks. Repeat when necessary. - Cats and dogs under 20 lbs: 2-4 drops - Dogs 20-50 lbs: 5-7 drops - Dogs over 50 lbs: 8-10 drops Note: Parasite Free Formula is not recommended for cats or dogs under 6 months of age or elderly animals with a weak constitution, unless under veterinary supervision. Product size: 2 FL OZ (59mL), Minimum 2000 drops. Frequently Asked Questions Q. How long does the bottle last? A. A bottle will last at least one month. A bottle may last 2 months for smaller pets. Q. Are there any side effects? A. In most cases there are no serious side effects associated with this product. Always cross-check the ingredients with any pre-existing allergy your pet may have Q. How long before I see results? A. You should see results within 3 weeks. If you are not satisfied we recommend taking advantage of our guarantee.