Azmira's Skin & Liv-A-Plex herbal extract addresses liver congestion and poor metabolism responsible for the manifestation of skin and coat disorders. It also aids toxic livers, improper fatty metabolism, impure blood, bacterial growth, disorders associated with hormonal imbalance and liver metabolism.
Temporary relief of symptoms associated with liver problems, including hepatitis, skin conditions, inflammation, gas, constipation and hemorrhoids. This formula is specifically indicated for many dermatological conditions, including oily acne or coat, cystic acne, hormonal acne (especially in cats), pimples, eczema, psoriasis, seborrhea, psoriatic arthritis and many other skin disturbances.
Milk Thistle Seed, Fresh Yellow Dock Root, Fresh Burdock Root, Fresh Echinacea Angustifolia & Purpurea Root, Sarsparilla Root and Oregon Grape Root, Grain Alcohol
How to Use It
Use 1 drop per 5 lbs. of body weight per dose. Dose can be doubled initially to build up therapeutic properties or as needed for acute situations. Shake well. Do not use undiluted - this is a concentrated product. Mix extract in a small amount of warm water or apple juice. Extract can be mixed into food if needed, but do double dose to increase assimilation.
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.
Made in the USA
Concentrated herbal extract addresses liver congestion and poor metabolism responsible for skin and coat disorders.