SUPPLEMENTS | Gut Soothe Anti-Inflammatory Supplement by Adored Beast
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Soothe dog diarrhea or digestive upset. Gut Soothe is a proprietary blend of anti-inflammatory herbs and pre & probiotics that soothe and replenish the lining of the bowel, fight yeast and combat unhealthy bacteria.
With 30 billion cfu wide-spectrum probiotics.
Targets inflammation in the GI tract, respiratory system, Urinary tract. Can be used to rebalance gut flora and target GI issues such as burping, regurgitation, soft stools, vomiting, IBD, hairballs, etc. Also supportive for inflammation that presents as arthritis, autoimmune disease, skin disease and more.
ALOE VERA | Healing effect
Used for constipation & GI irritation
SLIPPERY ELM | Master demulcent
Exerts soothing effect on mucous membranes
Protects agianst ulcers, colitus and GI inflammation
MARSHMALLOW ROOT | Similar benefits to slippery elm
Phagocytosis (cells engulf bacteria or dead cell tissue)
L-GLUTAMINE Amino Acid | Building block of Protein
Promotes digestive health, brain function, promotes muscle growth, fights cancer, helps with high blood sugar and balances mucous production.
N-ACEYTLGLUCOSAMINE | Found naturally in the mucous membranes of digestive, urinary and respiratory tracts
Helps support production of glycoproteins, supports structural integrity of respiratory tract, digestive tract and urinary tract and protects against invading organisms.
LARCH HERBAL ARABINOGALACTAN | Prebiotic
Supports colon health, used as adjunct to cancer treatment, stimulates immune system & blocks metastasis of tumour cells.
14 STRAIN PROBIOTIC | Rebalances gut flora
Inhibits yeast growth, blocks adhesion sites of pathogens, enhances immune response, prevents/treats diarrhea, maintains integrity of intestinal tract, prevents/treats UTI & decreases side effects of antibiotics.
PACKAGING | 52g Jar
Add dose per dog’s weight to food once per day.
Cat’s will require 1/2 of the recommended dose by weight.
In chronic cases where symptoms do not begin to improve within 10 days, it is best to consult your veterinarian.