Dandelion, what does it have to do with kidney health?

Dandelion, what does it have to do with kidney health?

Studies show that 1 in 10 dogs have kidney disease! Subtle weight loss, urinating more frequently and drinking a lot more water than usual are early signs that your pup may have kidney disease. Unfortunately, once these signs are easier to spot there has already been considerable kidney damage. There are natural remedies that can help to reduce the risk of kidney failure. Dandelion, and marshmallow are two herbs that can reduce the inflammation in the urinary tract and act as a diuretic. With dandelion, the whole plant can be used and each part of the plant packs a nutritional punch. Dandelion is full of vitamins A, C, K, D and B. It is also rich in iron, manganese and phosphorus. The leaves are loaded with potassium, improving appetite as well as kidney function. Our Dandelion, Peppermint, Fennel and Marshmallow Nutra Supplement Treats™ are formulated to help with problems commonly associated with kidney disease. Plus they have a range of additional health benefits!

 

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