What are Blood Impurities?
The blood in the body performs so many essential functions and without this life-maintaining fluid, humans and animals will cease to exist. It carries electrolytes, nutrients, vitamins, hormones, and antibodies and provides heat and oxygen for the body. At the same time, the liver, kidneys and lymphatic system works with the blood to remove toxins, waste and impurities from the body to ensure optimal functioning.
What Causes Blood Impurities?
Our pets are more at risk of having contaminants in their bloodstream due to being fed commercial foods, being over-vaccinated and exposed to chemicals, drugs and poisons. As a result many illnesses affecting the skin, immune system, heart, liver and lungs develop when impurities in the blood accumulate making it very difficult to filter these toxins out of the body.
Various symptoms which include skin problems, constipation diarrhea, vomiting, weight loss, weight gain, and lethargy may plague your pet and keep him in poor health.
Help for Blood Impurities
Various treatment options are available to cleanse the blood of impurities and toxins. This can be done through detoxification and with the help of liver cleansers to provide a healthy blood supply, rid the body of unwanted toxins, improve circulation and restore your pet’s health and vitality.
Herbal and homeopathic remedies have been used for centuries to eliminate blood impurities and toxins from the body, thereby improving overall health and wellbeing. These natural remedies are safe and gentle to use for humans as well as pets, and supports healthy digestive and metabolic functioning.
Carefully selected herbs such as Carduus marianus (Milk thistle), Arctium lappa (Burdock) and Chelidonium majus (Greater Celandine) support liver health and have excellent cleansing and purifying properties. Homeopathic ingredients such as Kalium muriaticum, Natrium phosphate and Natrium sulphate supports liver, gallbladder and pancreatic health and maintains the healthy flow of bile and normal production of insulin.