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A very effective herbal remedy which can be used to calm a range of 'funny tummy' symptoms including loose stools, stomach spasms, flatulence and to stimulate appetite. It can also prevent the rather disgusting habit some dogs have of eating their own or other dog's poo!
For example, if your dog eats something that doesn't agree with them or is getting used to a new type of dog food, they may produce loose stools or become more 'windy'. Many dog owners worry if their dog's motions are loose. Use Tum Ease to soothe an inflamed digestive system. However in the event that your dog is very loose and/or is vomiting and seems subdued then seek the advice of your vet. This is especially important for puppies and senior dogs.
Tum Ease may also be useful for dogs that eat grass. Many dogs like to eat grass. There can be a number of reasons for grass eating but is believed to be caused by some deficiency in their diet. Adding Tum Ease to your dog's daily meal may help to stop grass eating. If not, then try an all round supplement such as K9 Sure which will ensure that your dog is getting all the daily nutrients that they need. Alternatively if your dog is eating grass it may be because they feel nauseous. Tum Ease contains ginger which is a well know anti-nausea herb.
Chamomile (Matricaria recutita): Used as a bitter to stimulate appetite. Traditionally used to calm inflamed digestive system, gastro-intestinal spasms.
Marshmallow (Althea officinalis): Soothing, demulcent action on the stomach. Marshmallow contains large amounts of mucilage which soothe and protect inflamed or damaged stomach and gut walls. This action makes Marshmallow particularly useful for ulcers.
Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare): A gentle warming remedy for delicate sensitive stomachs. Given to infants for colic and griping. Helps to stimulate appetite. Used to ‘sweeten a sour stomach’.
Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra): Nourishing, soothing, demulcent, anti-inflammatory. Traditionally used for stomach ulcers and inflamed stomach. Increases gastric juices by up to 25% without altering pH.
Melissa (Melissa officinalis): Mild nerve relaxant, anti-spasmodic. Used for nervous stomach, stomach cramps, and to improve digestion.
Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-grecum): Soothing and healing to mucosa or the stomach and intestines. Used for gastric and duodenal ulcers, diverticulitis, irritable bowel, Weak digestion and poor appetite. Due to Fenugreeks soothing, healing properties it is particularly useful for stomach damage caused by long term use of non steroidal anti-inflammatory’s.
Ginger (Zingiber officinalis): Well known remedy for digestion and sickness. To help promote gastric juice secretion.
Small dogs 5-7 drops
Medium dogs 7-10 drops
Large dogs 10 -15 drops
Add drops to a teaspoon of cooled boiled water. Add to food or directly into mouth 2 -3 times daily
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