Help keep your pet’s tummy naturally comfortable and stools normal with this blend of complementary digestive herbs
Three herbs renowned for their digestive health properties work together provide effective digestive support, for comfortable tummies and normal stools.Slippery elm bark
- - contains mucilage, a sticky substance that helps maintain good bowel regularity and stool consistency
- - another powerful mucilagenous herb that coats the gut, soothing and assisting gut transit
- - helps to keep tummies comfortable, thanks to its soothing properties
Which dogs can benefit from Tree Barks Powder?
Gut problems are common in our pets, with gurgling tummies, excessive wind, nausea, inappetence and looser or more frequent stools all being signs that something isn`t quite right. Various medical conditions, stress and changes in your pet’s environment or diet (including eating things that they shouldn’t have!), can all be to blame. Whether it’s ongoing tummy troubles or a short-term upset though, Tree Barks Powder can help quickly soothe your pet’s digestive tract, as it is suitable for long or short-term use. The gentle action of Tree Barks Powder means that it is suitable to use in pets of all ages too, including weaning puppies and kittens.
How does Tree Barks Powder work?
Tree Barks Powder is a fine fluffy powder which does something magic when it gets wet! It becomes almost blancmange like, hence the name ‘slippery’ elm, and we all know how gooey marshmallows are... The moisture in the digestive tract is enough to cause this Tree Barks Powder transformation, allowing it to coat and soothe the stomach and digestive tract (emollient action), and slow down the passage of food. All this helps maintain normal absorption of nutrients and stools with a normal consistency.
Administration: Give daily. Add 1 tsp per 10 kgs bodyweight to food (split this total daily amount between meals) or mix with liquid. This amount can be increased if required, based on individual response.
Ingredients: Finely powdered slippery elm bark (50%), marshmallow root (40%) and white poplar bark (10%)