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Use this:

  • as a natural cleanser
  • as a detoxin
  • in rescue dogs

Cleansing Formula

A natural pet supplement with Pumpkin seeds and Wormwood

A blend of herbs formulated to act as a cleanser.

Natural dog supplements - Cleansing Formula - Wormwood

Cleansing Formula contains:

  • Diatomaceous earth
    Diatomaceous Earth is thoght to help maintain digestive balance.
  • Pumpkin Seed
    Pumpkin seeds contain a molecule called cucurbitin.
  • Dandelion
    Dandelion can help with bloating.
  • Wormwood
    Wormwood, as its name suggests has traditionally been used to help with parasite control.
  • Cloves
    Supports a healthy worm free digestive system.
  • Seaweed meal
    Dried seaweed meal is a source of many vitamins, minerals and amino acids.

Analytical constituents:

  • Crude Protein (11%)
  • Crude Fibre (14%)
  • Crude Ash (23%)
  • Crude Oils and Fats (1.4%)
  • Moisture Content (10%)

Directions:

Daily amount:

  • Small pets [ <10kg ]: 1/2 tsp (2.5g) per day* See cycle below
  • Medium pets [ 10-20kg ]: 1 heaped tsp (5g) per day*
  • Large pets [ 20-40kg ]: 1 1/2 tsp (7.5g) per day*
  • Giant breeds [ >40kg ]: 2 heaped tsps (10g) per day*
  • Ponies: 8 heaped tsps (40g) per day*
  • Horses: 10 – 12 heaped tsps (50g – 60g) per day*

*Feeding cycle –  Feed for 4 days, skip for 17 and repeat cycle. A 240g tub will cleanse 10 medium pets or 1 horse.

Please take care:

  • Discontinue immediately at any sign of adverse reaction
  • This is a nutritional product and is not intended as a substitute for veterinary products or advice.
  • Not for use during pregnancy or lactation, or in pets with liver, gallbladder or kidney disease.

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12 Comments

  1. Viana
    14th March 2012 at 2:47 pm · Reply

    Can this product be used simultaneously with your other products ie. Allergy – and Digestion Formula?

    • beryl
      14th March 2012 at 2:27 pm · Reply

      Yes, Viana. You can use them all together if you like. They are very gentle.

  2. Stew
    9th December 2011 at 11:37 am · Reply

    Hi,
    Could you please provide details of the studies you mention on which this is based.

    Many thanks,
    Stew

    • beryl
      9th December 2011 at 4:02 pm · Reply

      A few references, Stew:

      1. Kordali S, Cakir A, Mavi A, et al. Screening of chemical composition and antifungal and antioxidant activities of the essential oils from three Turkish artemisia species. J Agric Food Chem. 2005;53:1408-16.
      2. Juteau F, Jerkovic I, Masotti V, et al. Composition and antimicrobial activity of the essential oil of Artemisiaabsinthium from Croatia and France. Planta Med. 2003;69:158-61.
      3. Alzoreky NS, Nakahara K. Antibacterial activity of extracts from some edible plants commonly consumed in Asia. Int J Food Microbiol. 2002;80:223-30.
      4. Chiasson H, Belanger A, Bostanian N, et al. Acaricidal properties of Artemisia absinthium and Tanacetumvulgare (Asteraceae) essential oils obtained by three methods of extraction. J Econ Entomol. 2001;94:167-71.
      5. Mendiola J, Bosa M, Perez N, et al. Extracts of Artemisia abrotanum and Artemisia absinthium inhibit growth of Naegleria fowleri in vitro. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 1991;85:78-79.
      6. Rybaltovskii OV. On the discovery of cucurbitin—a component of pumpkin seed with anthelmintic action. Med Parazitol (Mosk). 1966;35:487-8.
      7. Plotnikov AA, Karnaukhov VK, Ozeretskovskaia NN, et al. Clinical trial of cucurbin (a preparation from pumpkin seeds) in cestodiasis. Med Parazitol (Mosk). 1972;41:407-11.
      8. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14787977
  3. Fiona Ross
    26th May 2011 at 11:12 am · Reply

    How big is a scoop ie, what would the approximate cost be to do 17 horses?

    • beryl
      26th May 2011 at 12:48 pm · Reply

      The scoop for horses is 15 grams. I’ll send you a quote asap.

  4. Alana
    18th April 2011 at 10:37 am · Reply

    I saw this product in our local vet shop and it looks fantastic. Reading the comments above it is definitely worth a try. I am in the health industry myself and I am hoping to get a full ingredients listing as I am very particular about what goes into my cats’ bodies… are there fillers, flow agents, preservatives, added vitamins (what form), etc etc. If you could get back to me with this info soon I would be very grateful as I am keen to starting using this! : )

  5. G
    2nd March 2011 at 9:28 am · Reply

    I used the Cleanser on a horse the vet diagnosed with parasites in his eyes and WOW did it work, there was nothing left, but now we need to do our whole yard ASAP!!!!

    The vet said she had never seen a horse who struggled so much with parasites in his eyes! We were using these tiny tubes of eye ointment and nothing was working till she looked in his eyes and said there are parasite eggs and we need to get them out somehow. So I suggested your Cleansing Formula as I know how the ingredients work on humans, and we used 1 tub till it was finished and that was 6 months ago.

  6. Gillian
    25th February 2011 at 11:33 am · Reply

    Hi

    I have used your Cleansing Formula before and it successfully irradicated parasite eggs which had been laid in the eyes of our horses – WONDERFUL PRODUCT, PLEASE DO NOT DISCONTINUE!!!!!!!

    I would like to purchase enough Cleansing Formula for 26 horses, would you be able to help me the products and the quantities to use?

    Regards
    Gillian

  7. Helen
    30th July 2009 at 5:02 pm · Reply

    Cleansing Formula worked really well on our rescue puppies who had the worst worm burden I have ever seen. They had several different deworming formula’s and once they had a bit of sustenance and body condition, we incorporated the Cleansing Formula into their treatment with great results. It took us a total of 6 weeks to rid them of the worm infestation completely and get them to a point of health, with a few vet visits in between. They went to their new homes, healthy & robust!

  8. Reese
    30th July 2009 at 3:27 pm · Reply

    You need to add black walnut tincture to make this a perfect wormed. All three must be used in conjunction.

    • beryl
      30th July 2009 at 5:02 pm · Reply

      Reese, I look at two things when doing my formulations:

      1. Efficacy (in terms of good, double blind scientific studies), and
      2. Safety concerns

      Black Walnut scored too low on 1 and too high on 2.
      That said, if you’ve got evidence to the contrary, please let me know – I’m always interested.

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