Using USDA organic herbs and USP organic vegetable glycerin, this liver disease tonic for dogs and cats is the perfect hepatic remedy. For dogs and cats suffering with a lethargic, toxic, or diseased liver, this tonic along with a liver friendly diet and a liver glandular will support correct liver elimination and helps to regulate the system back to normal.
The Role of Your Dog’s Liver
The liver’s role in the body is as a detoxifier, rinsing toxins and harmful substances out of the body through the kidney. But when the liver begins to fail, even to a slight degree, that procedure is inhibited and toxins linger in the body as the system tries to find a solution.
Often, the solution is for the body to attempt to eliminate the toxins through the skin. Sometimes, the system tries to store toxins in fatty tissue, which can result in other complications like fatty lipomas.
And as toxins pile up without proper elimination or efficient alternative, the kidneys eventually suffer as well. This ripple effect is all caused by an improperly functioning liver.
The liver has a role in the digestion of lipids, which are macro biomolecules tasked with dissolving fatty acids, monoglycerides, fat-soluble vitamins, diglycerides, phospholipids, and triglycerides.
The aforementioned fat-soluble vitamins – vitamins A, D, E, and K – are essential nutrients stored in the liver and fatty tissues. This vitamins play critical roles in bodily function, transferring cellular information, activating enzymes, and more.
The vast majority of the fat found in food is in the form of triglycerides, cholesterol, and phospholipids. Dietary fat is required to aid the absorption of the fat-soluble vitamins, which is where proper liver function plays a role. If the liver is not working well, the assimilation of vitamins will be impacted and a profusion of triglycerides, cholesterol, and phospholipids will remain.
The secretion of bile is the vital part of this process for the liver.
The liver aids in safeguarding appropriate blood glucose levels in the body. This is important for the health of organs like the pancreas and gallbladder, plus it promotes overall blood health. The liver synthesizes blood proteins vital to effective clotting and volume.
What in the Liver Disease Tonic?
Liver Tonic is specially designed to address the concerns surrounding good liver health, using only the best certified USDA organic herbs and a complete formula developed by a Master Herbalist.
The selection of herbs and natural ingredients are the lifeblood of this liver tonic. Only the best organic herbs ensure higher amounts of essential nutrients compared to conventional plants. There are no wild-crafted herbs in Liver Tonic, as these damage wild populations of herbs and do not produce a reliable product.
Natural ingredients make Liver Tonic superior, as it alleviates the stress of digestion on the body when compared to synthetic forms of chemicals and medications. Chemically-based medications are often hard on the liver and kidneys.
Only human-grade ingredients are included in Liver Tonic. This ensures top-quality standards are met, as many pet food companies make use of products marked as “not fit for human consumption.” If this is the case, what business do dogs and cats have consuming it?
Liver Tonic employs a process that uses low heat and organic vegetable glycerin to make the tincture. This allows for maximum absorption. Vegetable glycerin is used in lieu of alcohol mixtures because it has a more agreeable flavor for pets. While this foundation is a carbohydrate, it is metabolized through another process and does not elevate blood sugar levels.
The following ingredients are used in a 1:5 ratio of herbs to menstruum:
- Milk thistle seed
- Dandelion root and leaf
- Burdock root
- Nettle leaf
- Alfalfa leaf
- Red clover
Organic vegetable glycerin and distilled water are also included.
Dosage is one ml per 25 pounds, two to three times a day.
- This product may be squirted directly in the mouth or added to food.
- Product should be shaken well before use.
- Three doses per day are recommended for pets with serious acute liver conditions, while those with chronic conditions can take two to three doses daily.