Allergy & Skin Organic Herbal Remedy
Dr. Bob Goldstein chose the most common health conditions that affect dogs and cats today and then thoughtfully created formulas made up of targeted herbs and flower essences for a true health benefit.
Allergy & Skin is a relieving, organic herbal blend that helps maintain healthy skin and soothes skin-related issues associated with seasonal allergies. It also aids in calming irritations of the skin caused from insect bites.
Each batch is hand-crafted in the Green Mountains of Vermont.
For use in dogs and cats only.
Inactive Ingredients: Alcohol, Flower Essence Blend of (Borage, Chamomile, Elder, Valerian), Glycerin, Water.
We only use organically grown or wild-crafted herbs to make these powerful concentrated liquid extracts. Our herbal formulas have reduced alcohol content, with added flower essences to help re-balance the disrupted energy or emotional patterns associated with each condition for a truly holistic balancing effect.
Bottle Size: 2 oz.
Directions For Use: ADMINISTER ORALLY twice daily. Can be given directly in the mouth or mixed with 2 oz. or more of water. For maintenance, dose by weight, once daily or every other day.
- 3-7 lbs. - 3-4 Drops
- 8-15 lbs. - 5-8 Drops
- 16-35 lbs. - 10-12 Drops
- 36-85 lbs. - 15-18 Drops
- 86+ lbs. - 20-25 Drops
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