Haven’t you heard?
Turmeric is good for your dog, as well. Dog lovers are scared to give things like these to their dogs.
They only believe in what their vet tells them. For this thing, you can go on and ask your dog’s vet.
He will tell you that turmeric is safe for your dog. As a matter of fact, this natural ingredient is packed with lots of benefits that will do only good for your dog.
I know this can be a sensitive topic. When I talk about my dog or I decide to take him to the vet, I’m shaking until the regular check up is over.
Just like people, dogs suffer from inflammation as well. This turmeric paste targets exactly that. Plus, it’s said that this paste protects your dog from cancer, too.
Before I head down to the paste, let me share a few benefits of this powerful ingredient.
- Is a powerful antioxidant
- Is natural and effective anti-inflammatory ingredient
- Help prevent and treat cancer
- Protects the liver from the dangerous toxins
- Treats diabetes
- Controls blood pressure
- Reduces cholesterol
- Increases the heart’s function and the circulatory function
How to Make This Golden Paste?
This golden paste comes from Australia. Dr. Doug English is the vet behind this cure. He has been using turmeric for a long time and made this paste.
Here is the full recipe:
- ½ cup organic turmeric powder
- 1 to 1 ½ cups filtered water
- 1 ½ teaspoons of freshly ground black pepper
- ¼ cup organic cold pressed virgin olive oil or coconut oil
- Mix the turmeric with the water in a pan
- Start with 1 cup water and add more if needed
- Stir on medium heat for about 10 minutes
- It should form a thick paste
- If it looks watery, add more turmeric and leave it on the heat for couple of minutes
- Once it forms the paste, add the pepper and oil.
- Stir it very well
- Let it cool and place in a jar with a lid and store it in the fridge
- It should be used for less than 2 weeks. No more.
How to Give this Paste to Your Dog?
Your dog won’t mind the taste as long as you put it directly in meals. You can mix it up with some water or kefir if you like.
Start with ¼ to ½ tsp. Let your dog adapt to the change. After that, you can increase the portion up to 1 tbsp. for larger dogs.
Feed him with smaller amounts a few times every day.
I’m starting with this now! That’s why I shared this with you. It’s your turn now. Share it with your friends. They would like to try this!