It has a long history of use in Ayurvedic Medicine and is used widely in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

 

This vibrant orange spice has bioactive properties, often referred to as curcumin, it has been used for centuries as a pain killer, is a powerful antioxidant and is also known to be an incredibly good anti inflammatory.

 

Dogs that ingest Turmeric on a regular basis may experience a reduction in inflammation with conditions such as arthritis, itchy skin and irritable bowel symptoms. There is also strong evidence suggesting it is pro active in the war against cancer. (Dr Ian Billinghurst)

 

Feeding turmeric to your dog is easy: Just a teaspoon of turmeric sprinkled into or on evening meals is adequate and most dogs seem to enjoy eating it.

 

Always ensure your dog has access to fresh water throughout the day as poor diet and dehydration play a major part in ill health. In fact most humans are unaware that this can have a huge impact on our health and the health of our pets.

 

Adding Turmeric to your dogs diet will encourage longevity and a better quality of life for all its wonderful properties.

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