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Zesty Paws Turmeric Curcumin Bites are chewable duck-flavored tablets that are made in the United States. The ingredients include Bioperine® and coconut oil for better absorption. One chew has 400 mg of organic turmeric and 200 mg of curcumin extract. This product has no artificial colors or flavors and is grain-free. There are 90 tablets in the container. Dosage recommendations are on the package.
According to the Arthritis Foundation, studies suggest that the curcumin in turmeric helps to reduce or prevent inflammation and may be more effective than traditional over the counter medications. It does this at the cellular level by managing the signaling pathways for inflammation.
Turmeric also has antioxidant properties. Plant-based antioxidants like curcumin work to neutralize cellular waste molecules called free radicals. These waste substances damage healthy cells and contribute to inflammation in the body.
Turmeric For Dogs With Arthritis
Turmeric For Dogs With Cancer
Turmeric for Dogs With Liver Disease
Turmeric for Wounds in Dogs
Turmeric to Manage Gastrointestinal Disorders
Turmeric for Dog UTIs
Turmeric for Cardiovascular Disease
Turmeric for Allergies
How to Make “Golden Paste” for Dogs?
So how do you give your dog turmeric? Just sprinkling the powder on the food doesn’t work very well because the body doesn’t absorb the spice easily. One way to boost the absorption and help ensure that your pal reaps the benefits is to mix Turmeric with healthy oils and black pepper.
½ cup organic turmeric powder
1- 1½ cups of filtered water
1 ½ tsp. Freshly ground black pepper
¼ cup cold-pressed coconut oil (organic)
Mix 1 cup water and turmeric powder in a pan.
Cook on low heat(stirring continuously) for about 7-10 minutes until you have a thick paste. If the paste is watery, add Turmeric; if it’s too thick, add water.
Add the pepper and coconut oil and stir until well blended.
Allow the paste to cool.
You can store the paste in a jar with a lid for up to 2 weeks.
Add the paste to your dog’s meals – start off slowly.
¼ tsp/day for small dogs
½ tsp/day for medium dogs
¾ tsp/day for large dogs, and
1 tsp/day for giant breeds
How long do I have to give this before I notice results?
Does this contain pepper or oils for better absorption?
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