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About this product
Offers dog parents and clinicians another holistic method to enhance their dog's immune response.
This product combines our three premium ingredients: USDA Certified Organic PCR hemp oil, USDA Certified Organic Turkey Tail Mushroom, and New Zealand Green-lipped mussels. These natural ingredients may help pets with a variety of health conditions such as movement and joint concerns, and immunity issues including cancer.
Produced in small batches made in the hills overlooking the Salt Lake Valley. Each tin contains 160 mg of USDA certified organic PCR hemp oil, 3200 mg USDA certified organic turkey tail mushroom concentrate, and 3200 mg of New Zealand green-lipped mussels.
Use ½ teaspoon per 10 pounds of animal weight. (½ teaspoon contains 1 mg of PCR hemp oil, 200 mg of turkey tail mushroom extract, and 200 mg green-lipped mussels.)
Use once daily as needed, or as directed by your veterinarian.
PCR Hemp Oil: 1 mg per 1/2 teaspoon. Our hemp oil partner’s proprietary extraction is the purest process currently available. It delivers clean, 100% solvent-free, naturally phytocannabinoid-rich (PCR) hemp oil from the flowers and leaves of naturally developed strains of industrial hemp grown organically and legally in Colorado under a Department of Agriculture program. Hemp oil also contains omega-3 fatty acids,which have shown benefit in supporting seasonal skin allergies, normal immune and neurological function, normal blood pressure and in enhancing brain function. Every batch of hemp oil we use has been tested and contains less than 0.3% THC.
Green-lipped Mussels: 200 mg per 1/2 teaspoon. Green-lipped mussels contain a variety of omega fatty acids and antioxidants, and are also a rich source of glucosamine and chondroitin..
Turkey Tail Mushrooms: 200 mg per 1/2 teaspoon. Turkey Tail Mushrooms are currently being studied by the FDA for their efficacy in fighting cancer. The preliminary results in veterinary studies are exciting and promising.
When my dog Mya was just six months old, I noticed she was having trouble keeping up with her brother Che. Our vet recommended non-steroidal medication and invasive surgery.
I wanted a healthier option...