Pet WellBeing – Comfort Gold – for Occasional Physical Discomfort in Cats & Dogs (2 oz / 59ml)
- Supports healthy blood flow and movement
- Supports your pet’s natural ability to rest well
- Keeps your pet comfortable and content
- No side effects, non-addictive and gentle on the stomach
- Use intermittently, as needed
- Contains certified organic and ethically harvested ingredients
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- Appearance: Your dog may be unable to groom himself or herself regularly and may become unkempt and untidy.
- Behavioral changes: Your dog may become less active, reluctant to move, trembling, circling. He or she may become protective of a certain body part, not want to be held, touched or he/she may hide.
- Physical abnormalities: Your dog may limp, be unable to put weight on a limb, appear hunched, or want to lay on his/her side more often.
Young at Heart is Formulated With:
Mayblossom berry, buds and leaf: This herb is part of a variety of thorny shrub species from the Rose family. Traditionally, the berries have been used but there is mounting evidence to show that the flower buds and leaves contain high levels of useful constituents as well. Mayblossom is high in antioxidants (flavonoids) including OPCs, similar to the powerful flavonoids found in grapes that fight free radical damage. Mayblossom is used for the overall function and vitality of the entire cardiovascular system. It is used extensively in herbal medicine to support the heart muscle, heart rhythm, arterial system and coronary arteries, blood pressure and general circulation.
Motherwort herb (Leonurus cardiaca): Motherwort’s action is twofold. Although it is considered an herb for supporting heart function, it also has been used for restlessness and agitation. This herb’s actions are to support normal blood pressure, the heart’s electrical impulses and help to maintain healthy circulation.
Nettle herb (Urtica dioica): Nettle supports the body’s ability to excrete fluid through the kidneys. It is also high in minerals that are needed by the cardiovascular system, including calcium and potassium.
Fo-ti root (Polygonum multiflorum): Primarily used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Fo-ti root has a long folkloric past as an herb for youthfulness and vigor. Today, we also know this plant for its useful application in supporting heart function. Traditional claims of this herb are that it “nourishes” the heart, possibly due to its ability to support the blood vessels that carry blood into and away from the heart and maintain healthy lipid levels in the blood.
Schisandra fruit (Schisandra chinensis): Extensively used in eastern countries, the berries of the woody Schisandra plant are known to be supportive to many parts of the body. High in antioxidants, these berries support strong immunity, the liver, stress reduction, cognitive function and the cardiovascular system. Schisandra helps to maintain healthy blood pressure levels.
Gotu kola herb (Centella asiatica): This is an herb with considerable use in both Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine. In the latter discipline, the name Brahmi was given to this herb, meaning “of divine origin”. Gotu kola is known for its ability to help support the venous system and blood flow to extremities. Do not confuse this herb with Kola nut (Cola nitida or C. acuminata), a different herb which contains caffeine.
Ginger rhizome (Zingiber officinalis): Ginger is used in very small quantities in this formula to help promote circulation.
…375 mg per 20 drops (1 ml)
Herbs are certified organic or ethically wild-harvested.
Inactive ingredients: Deionized water, natural bacon flavor, vegetable glycerin