Azmira's Acidophilus is used to replace friendly bacteria in intestines compromised by illness, stress or veterinary medications like wormers, antibotics and antifungals. Acidophilus protects the body through different aspects. One way is through the breakdown of its food. When food is broken down, it leads to production of lactic acid, hydrogen peroxide and other by products that make the environment hostile for undesired organism. It is a simple, tasteless powder that is easily mixed into your pet's food.
Acidophilus is useful when the intestines have suffered the effects from illness, stress, or medications, such as wormers, antifungal drugs, corticosteroids or antiobiotics.
Acidophilus offers variety of potential therapeutic uses. These include:
Powdered Lactobacillus Acidophilus
Use up to 1/2 teaspoon per 25 lbs. of body weight per day. This recommendation can be doubled if using any toxic medications.
Note: Best given on a empty stomach, one hour before meals, mixed into water or in a gelatin capsule. If administered in a gelatin capsule, be sure animal has plenty of water to help dissolve the capsule. If needed, Acidophilus can fed directly into meals.
If giving your companion antibiotics, wait until after antiobiotic uuse to begin supplementation, continuing for two to four weeks.
Holistic Animal Care was founded in 1982 by Dr. Lisa S. Newman out of concern for her own pets' health problems. Dr. Newman drew upon her education in human nutrition, homeopathy and alternative care and set out to research and develop safe, effective programs for all pets. In 1988, Dr. Newman's product line, Azmira Holistic Animal Care was created. The line is formulated by experienced natural products researchers, rather than by someone who "knows ingredients" or "product development and marketing." Her products have helped address many health and behavioral issues when other alternative or medical approaches have failed. Dr. Newmans' work and reputation are internationally renowned.
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Replaces friendly bacteria in intestines compromised by illness, stress or veterinary medications like wormers, antibotics and antifungals.