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ActiSYN Natural Relief for Dogs
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60 Chewable Tablets
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SAME GREAT PRODUCT - NEW LABEL. (Formally called Natural Pain Relief for Dogs)
ActiSYN Natural Pain Relief for Dogs - A Natural Replacement for Dog Aspirin - combines White Willow Bark, Feverfew, Boswellin, Yucca and Devils Claw as well as other key pain relieving ingredients in a palatable all-natural liver flavored chewable tablet. White Willow Bark contains Salicoside, the basis of Salicylic Acid (ASPIRIN). The dog's body oxidizes orally administered salicoside into the very effective salicylic acid, but without the harmful side effects on a pet's sensitive stomach and digestive tract. Boswellin, Yucca, Devils Claw and Feverfew are natural herbal compounds that contain effective anti-inflammatory properties to aid in the discomfort of many ailments, particularly arthritis (degenerative joint disease) and hip displacia.
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LIVER SUBSTANCE 400 MG
GINGER ROOT 150 MG
WHITE WILLOW BARK 150 MG
BOSWELLIN 120 MG
YUCCA 100 MG
CAYENNE 60 MG
GLUSOSAMINE HCL 50 MG
PEPSIN 50 MG
DEVIL'S CLAW 50 MG
LICORICE ROOT 50 MG
BROMALAINE 30 MG
MAGNESIUM ASCORBATE 20 MG
Boswellin: A study performed in 2004 shows that Boswellin is an herb that lives up to its reputation. In Switzerland, 24 dogs with chronic joint pain were administered a dose of Boswellin once a week for 6 weeks. After just a couple of weeks, 71% of the dogs showed improvement. The researchers noted that improvement was gradual but Boswellin did seem to help reduce local pain and stiff gaits. Dog owners should be wary of supplements not backed by research, but Boswellin is one herb that seems to work well.
Cayenne: Perhaps the greatest natural stimulant known, Cayenne has been called the single greatest “driver” of other herbs. No other herb is quite in this class, making it a must for all formulas. Simply said, when you need to get an herb to any location in the body, Cayenne reins supreme. The uses of Cayenne are too numerous that it has been claimed “the single greatest herb”.
Some of the common uses are anal problems (to include hemorrhoids), heart attack, toothache, external bleeding, diphtheria, all sorts of eye conditions, wounds of all types, and clearing the mucous membranes.
Cayenne pepper is derived from the fruit berry of capsicum annum, a tropical shrub. In folk medicine, it has been used for fevers, sore throats, respiratory infections, asthma and digestive disturbances. Recent studies, however, have shown that it can reduce the risk of developing arteriosclerosis by lowering blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Regions of the world where Cayenne pepper is consumed regularly have shown much less incidence of cardiovascular disease. Additionally, one of its active ingredients, capsaicin is effective in reducing pain (such as in arthritis) by acting as both an anti-inflammatory and a nerve blocking agent.
Devil’s Claw: Another herbal remedy used to reduce inflammation and maintain healthy joints is Devil’s Claw. This works wonderful for older dogs and can give them a new lease on life. This is a valuable remedy for treating rheumatism, having a revitalizing effect on the muscles.
Ginger: First, the anticancer effects, Ginger slowed the rate of breast cancer growth in mice, and kills lymphosarcoma cells in a test tube. Ginger has been shown to decrease tumor necrosis factor alpha, which is a chemical signal in dog’s bodies that stimulate cancer cell growth. It also decreases inflammation while inflammation is a central process in cancer development.
Ginger also decreases nausea. Decreased appetite caused by nausea is really common in dogs with cancer. Feeling sick to the stomach can be caused by the cancer itself or by chemo, surgery or radiation. Ginger has been shown to decrease vomiting as much as the most popular injection to fight nausea on vet’s shelves, metoclopramide. There is also published literature showing ginger fights vomiting caused by cisplatin, a common chemo drug used for dogs.
Glucosamine: Arthritis occurs when the cartilage doesn’t have the ability to rebuild, and the joint loses cushioning fluid and often becomes inflamed. Glucosamine helps the cartilage naturally repair itself, thus slowing down or even reversing the damage to arthritic joints.
Licorice Root: The ethnobotanical use of licorice dates back thousands of years, and its history in veterinary applications is just as ancient. Licorice root is useful for maladies ranging from stomach upset to ulcers to the treatment of cancer.
Licorice Root provides safe remedies to conditions. Several studies have confirmed its usefulness as an effective fast-acting, anti-inflammatory agent. In fact, many holistic practitioners use licorice as a substitute for anti-inflammatory drugs or to reduce an animal’s need for cortico-steroids.
Yucca: Dog owners, veterinarians and healers suggest administering Yucca Root orally as a treatment for hip dysplasia, arthritis and other degenerative joint and bone diseases. In addition, natural animal healers suggest adding Yucca Root to a dog’s diet to reduce swelling, inflammation and pain of the dog’s digestive tract. Giving the dog Yucca Root orally can help soothe the dog’s itching or inflamed skin which results from flea bites.
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