Allergy & Immunity


• Improves Immune Response
• Healthier Skin and Shinier Fur
• Eliminates Toxins from the Body
• Acts against bad breath

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Spirulina and Chlorella are both fresh water algae that are high in healing and antioxidant properties. Both include large amounts of vitamins, minerals and many other very beneficial nutrients.

Spirulina is an algae that is 60% digestible vegetable protein. It contains high levels of essential fatty acids, particularly GLA (an omega-6 fatty acid with anti-inflammatory properties) and full of antioxidants like vitamins E and C. It is also rich in B vitamins (altho it does not contain B12), high in beta carotene, iron, various other minerals. Studies on animals have shown that spirulina can help reduce allergy symptoms, strengthen the immune system, improve gastrointestinal health, aid detoxification, and reduce the rate of cancer.

Chlorella is type of single cell algae harvested from fresh water commonly used as a nutritional supplements. It’s a microscopic algae with an intense green colour, thanks to its photosynthetic pigments. Chlorella is not only beneficial to human beings, but also for dogs as a natural remedy for a variety of health problems in dogs including arthritis, low energy and overexposure to heavy metals. This tiny alga contains a high proportion of protein, essential fatty acids, minerals, and vitamins. It’s considered to be a superfood and its cleansing properties are becoming more and more renowned.

Other Ingredients include: Kelp, Nettle, Burdock, Dandelion, St Marys Thistle, Hempseed Meal, Rosehip, Turmeric, Green Barley, Alfalfa, Wheat Grass, Flaxseed Meal, MSM sulphur, Brewers Yeast and Yucca.

How Much Should I Give My Pet?
Start with a small amounts and increase the amount as needed. Watch your pet for side effects whenever you introduce a new supplement.
• Cats – 1/4 tsp
• Small Dogs – 1/2 tsp
• Medium Dogs – 1 tsp
• Large Dogs – 1/2 tbsp
• XL Dogs – 1 tbspn

The use of algae is common in animal diets. Spirulina and Chlorella are all commercialised as nutritional supplements for animals – including dogs, cats, ornamental birds, aquarium fish, horses, cows, and reproductive cows.

If you’re looking for a supplement to revitalise your older dog, or even just to keep you dog’s health in check, these two supplements should be at the top of your list.

Available in 200g jars

*To be safe, do not give Spirulina to dogs with a history of liver disease.