Herbsmith, Milk Thistle Powder for Dogs and Cats, 75 grams
UPC Code: 718122542192
- Supports healthy liver function
- Great for dogs with allergies, digestive issues, or to combat the negative side effects of the harsher alternatives
- Great antioxidant properties in the most active ingredient, silymarin.
- Organically grown and freshly ground
Organically grown and freshly ground, Herbsmith Milk Thistle is a natural alternative to support a healthy liver.
Herbsmith Milk Thistle supports healthy liver function. It's great for a dog with allergies, digestive issues, or to combat the negative side effects of the harsher alternatives.
The most active ingredient in milk thistle is silymarin, which has great antioxidant properties.
less than 30 lbs.......? tsp. twice a day
30-80 lbs.....? tsp. twice a day
80-120 lbs...? tsp. twice a day
greater than 120 lbs......1 tsp. twice a day
For Cats........? tsp. twice a day
Active Ingredients: Organically grown and freshly ground Milk Thistle
Herbsmith Inc. seeks to redefine the way the world views herbs and animal wellness. We strive to educate the public about the benefits of our unique herbal solutions and improve overall animal wellness. Through our high quality herbal blends and continued support of our carefully selected charities, Herbsmith Inc. aspires to positively affect animals around the world.
For animal use only. Keep out of reach of children and animals. Not for use in pregnant animals. If animal's condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. An examination from a veterinarian is recommended prior to using this product. Not for use within 48 hours of surgery/anesthesia. Use caution with concurrent cyclosporin use. In case of accidental overdose, consult a veterinarian immediately. Contains tree nuts.
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