Description

Sage – Salvia Officinalis(100g)

Sage is a perennial, evergreen subshrub, with woody stems, greyish leaves, and blue to purplish flowers. It is know and used for digestive problems, including loss of appetite, gas (flatulence), stomach pain (gastritis), diarrhoea, bloating, and heartburn, alongside this its also believed to be helpful with the below:

 

  • Expels worms
  • Fever
  • Spasms
  • Slows Tumour growth
  • Alzheimers disease
  • Depression
  • Excessive milk flow
  • Memory loss

 

Herbal Preperation

Add 1 table spoon of herb to around 1/2 a litre of spring water ( NOT TAP WATER ) to a stainless steel pan and bring to the boil for 15-20 minutes ( YOU MAY NEED TO ADD MORE WATER )  then allow to cool allowing more infusion of the herb into the water. Once cooled, strain the herb and dispose of it, keep the liquid this will be given to your dog/cat and can be stored in a glass jar in the fridge for around 4 days.

We highly recommend using bone broth alongside your herbal tea’s. Since the herbs can be quite bitter, bone broth’s are a tasty addition to encourage your dog to consume the tea. We recommend starting with 50/50 mixture of bone broth to tea ratio, however you can increase the broth as needed if your dog wont consume it.
Click here to learn more about what bone broth’s we have available, and their benefits.

Recommended Required Guideline For Dogs

Dogs Weight                Amount In Tablespoons

500g -4.5kg                             3tbl’s 1-3 times per day
4.5kg – 9.1kg                            6tbl’s 1-3 times per day
9.1kg – 22.5kg                          8tbl’s 1-3 times per day
22.5kg – 45.5kg                       8-12tbl’s 1-3 times per day

45kg +                                      12tbl’s 1-3 times per day

 

Recommended Required Guideline For Cats

Cats Weight               Amount In Tablespoons

500g – 2.5kg                      2tbl’s once per day

2.5kg – 4.5kg                     2-4tbl’s 1-2 times per day

4.5kg – 9kg                        4tbl’s twice per day