Potent Herbal Remedy

September 11th, 2020 at 9:46 am EST
Hello Friend,

A cheery Friday to you!

Say you are wanting to give your dog or cat ONE thing to keep them healthy and prevent disease...

Well..In my opinion, a quality supplement with a variety of immune supportive products are key.

Such as antioxidants, essential fatty acids, probiotics, colostrum

One such option is my supplement- you can use others, but just make sure they have most of those ingredients. Mine just also happens to have higher than typical levels of ingredients, and is proving helpful for thousands of pets.

My supplements are here:

Here is my Dog Tula, and Cat Murray..Tula wants out and Murray wants in..OH the different personalities :-)

NEW 'Wonder' Herb for Dogs and Cats...Comfrey

Comfrey (Symphytum officinale L.) is one of the best-documented herbal remedies...for people and our pets. 

Throughout the years it’s also been called “knitbone,” and “boneset” for it’s reputed medicinal properties. Farmers and housewives have been using comfrey for years to aid in curing burns, cuts, bruises, and even bone fractures. 

It is considered moderately toxic if consumed orally, although some animals ( ie chickens) are happy to consume it and IF anything is ailing them, they seem SO much better afterward..

For your dogs, cats and YOU...fear not.

We can still benefit from Comfrey, but by applying it topically.

 The active ingredient, allantoin, is readily absorbed through the skin and helps cells multiply and rejuvenate. One of the best methods for applying comfrey is via a poultice wrapped in a compress.


To make your comfrey compress, gather a half dozen large comfrey leaves from your garden.

Comfrey leaves.

Roughly cut them into 2-inch pieces (including stems.)

Place pieces in either food processor or blender, along with 1/2 cup of water. 

Purée/pulse on “high” until liquid.

Add a fistful of flour to the food processor or blender. (Or cornmeal, any binding agent will do.) Pulse again until comfrey/flour mixture binds slightly as a paste. (You may add more flour if still too liquid.)

Using a rubber spatula, scrape paste onto clean dish towel or cloth, folded in half lengthwise.

Fold edges over to slightly contain mixture, but leave enough exposed to come in direct contact with the affected injured area.

Snugly wrap the cloth around the injured leg. Wrap second cloth (or ace bandage or twine) around and tie to secure.,,

Ideally you will have the sticky, stretchy bandage (VET WRAP), which I find works SO much better to keep everything in place!

Leave the compress on affected area anywhere from four to six hours. Refresh with fresh comfrey as needed.

Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM
P.S. Try it on yourself the next time YOU have an Injury..Just chop up  leaf, leave on your skin, and SEE just how quick it heals and FEELS better... 

P.P.S.  The EASY way to a healthier pet..

My supplements :-)

I encourage you to do so, for now they are 37% OFF
DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian. Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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