These tablets fight against internal parasites such as the worms present inside the digestive tract.
Phyto Deworm+ does not kill these worms but stops them by creating an environment hostile to their survival.
Garlic is from the ‘lily family’ and it has been used over centuries to improve health. It proved its bactericidal and purifying properties, very efficient, of pulmonary and intestinal flora. Garlic is antiviral, antibacterial and anti-parasitic via a modification of the area rather than via direct effect.
This plant, the most remarkable of wormwoods, has unquestionable digestive, deworming and appetite rising qualities.
Used for cooking, from the Mediterranean, it is famous for its antiseptic qualities on the digestive tract, notably in the case of diarrhoea. It is a deworming agent and an overall stimulant.
Criste marine, otherwise known as Sea Fennel or Rock Samphire (Crithmum Maritimum) is a perennial plant belonging to the Apiaceae family. It is found in seaside areas, on cliffs or Mediterranean rocks. It is a 20 to 50cm high bush, and the leaves are fleshy and edible, tasting like carrots. Some active ingredients with deworming qualities are extracted from its umbels and are used to fight against various worms harmful to animals.
Corn maltodextrin (guaranteed G.M.O. free).
Treatment shall be carried out according to the animal size (see below) for 8 consecutive days. After that, wait for 20 days and renew treatment in case the parasite eggs are still present in the animal’s digestive tract. Please be aware that the tablets may be too big for animals of a smaller size and in that case, it is better to make them into a powder.
For animals of 0 to 5 kilos: 1/2 to 1 tablet per day
For animals of 5 to 10 kilos: 1 to 2 tablets per day
For animals of 10 to 25 kilos: 2 to 3 tablets per day
For animals of 25 to 50 kilos: 3 to 4 tablets per day
It is advised to renew this treatment 3 to 4 four times per year.
Key features of Phyto Deworm+:
- fights against internal parasites
- expels parasites by making the area hostile
- 100% natural
Garlic: antiviral, antibacterial and anti-parasite
Absinthe: digestive and deworming qualities
Thyme: antiseptic and deworming
Criste Marine: deworming
Any pet can have internal parasites in their digestive tract without presenting real symptoms. In puppies, a large quantity of roundworms can cause an obstruction.
- The most common parasite found in cats and dogs is roundworm. This is a danger to public health, particularly when children ingest the eggs (a zoonosis) via touching.
- Hookworms attack the lining of the digestive tube. These worms are also a risk to public health because the larvae can cause a rash in humans and other dogs.
- Dipylidium: found on the visible margins of the anus, they look like grains of rice and cause anal itching and can clog anal glands. Animals become infected by eating their worms and then their abdomen contains the parasites. Deworming without flea treatment is ineffective.
- Echinococcus: they affect mainly cats and are not visible to the naked eye.
- Whipworms live mainly in the colon of dogs. They cause bloody diarrhoea, with significant mucus.
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Symptoms of worms in dogs:
- dull coat
- changes in appetite but usually bulimia and vomiting
- weight loss
- pale mucous membranes (anemia)
- change of character and mood
- possible diarrhoea with mucus and blood
- anal itching
Other internal parasites in animals:
- piroplasmosis transmitted by ticks
- leishmaniasis transmitted by sand flies
- canine or feline haemobartonellosis
Some parasites can attach themselves to blood cells. They are responsible for anaemia, kidney failure, and liver problems. Only a vet can help your pet because blood tests are necessary in this case.
Add fresh garlic (or powder) to the pet food
Put crushed garlic in a piece of cheese 3 to 4 times per week. It kills roundworm and tapeworm. Caution!! An overdose of garlic can be toxic for your pet!!
Even though garlic can cause excess intestinal gas and is recommended for anaemic dogs with bleeding problems. It is advisable not to give garlic to animals scheduled for surgery, as this increases the risk of bleeding at least two weeks prior to surgery.
For puppies less than 8 weeks old, do not add garlic as they are unable to produce red blood cells before that age. Some dog breeds are more susceptible to garlic, especially asian breeds such as Akita, Chow Chow and Shiba Inu.
How much garlic can we give our dog or cat?
It depends on whether it is garlic powder or fresh garlic. Dogs can safely consume 1/8 of a clove of garlic powder per 500g of food, 3 to 4 times per week. Cats, being more sensitive, should receive half this amount or less.
For fresh garlic, it is recommended to follow the table below:
Amount of garlic for a cat (per day)
¼ clove (for a kitten, half that dose)
Amount of garlic for a dog over 8 weeks (daily)
1 kg to 3 kg - ¼ clove
4 kg to 8 kg - ½ clove
9 kg to 18 kg - 1 clove
19 kg to 32 kg - 2 cloves
33 kg to 40 kg - 2 ½ cloves
41 kg and more - 3 cloves
It is important to follow these guidelines to prevent anaemia: garlic should not be given at least one day a week, and 1 to 2 full weeks without garlic from time to time during the year.
Clay is also a recommended deworming element by diluting some clay in water for the pet to drink. If there is itching around the anus, apply clay to this area. This will prevent the worms laying eggs. In the morning and evening, rinse the clay and apply a new layer.
Natural treatments cannot eliminate the parasites, but they set the stage, limit the re-infestation and prevent the side effects of chemical wormers.
All parasites are dangerous and must be expelled from the bodies of our pets.
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