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Greens provide the nourishment that most modern companion animals lack in their commercially processed diets.
Dogs eating grass or cats eating house plants may well be desperate attempts at green
Chlorophyll (the green in greens) is the molecule that absorbs sunlight and uses its energy to synthesize carbohydrates from CO2 and water (photosynthesis).
Green foods are so important to your animal’s diet because of the beneficial enzymes and life force. Chlorophyll is an internal antiseptic, a cell stimulator, red blood builder, and rejuvenator.
It relieves respiratory conditions; is nourishes the blood and is beneficial for heart conditions.
Plant “blood” helps build animal’s blood naturally. Catabolic and anabolic at the same time, chlorophyll is a powerful detoxifier and tonic. It cleanses the blood and builds red blood cells while doing it.
Chlorophyll may play an important role in prevention of certain cancers.
Researchers in the early 1980’s discovered that chlorophylls and related chemicals can inhibit the ability of certain DNA-damaging chemicals to cause mutations in bacteria.
Another experiment by the U.S. Army showed that animals fed chlorophyll-rich greens survived twice as long as other animals when all were exposed to fatal levels of radiation.
Greens are safe and recommended for long-term use.
COMBINATION: Greens are recommended for long-term nutrition and support
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INGREDIENTS: 100% organic, 20:1 concentrates juice powders: alfalfa, kamut, barley, oat, spirulina, spinach, carrot, powdered broccoli, parsley dandelion greens, sea kelp, sea dulse, oxyphyte.
- Cancer support/prevention.
- Cardiovascular disease.
- S.A.D (seasonal affective disorder).
- Poor digestive absorption.
- Chronic arthritis.
- Bone diseases.
- Bad breath.
- Chronic respiratory conditions.
- Atopic dermatitis.
- Depletion due to cancer/chemo.
Mix in food twice a day. OK For extended use.
Small cats & dogs: 1/2-1 small scoop mixed in with food.
Medium dogs: 1-2 small scoops mixed in with food.
Large dogs: 2-3 small scoops mixed in with food.