for large breeds of dogs
Unique smaller and natural complementary feed in form of chewing tablets for large breeds of dogs.
Special formulation with highly bioavailable curcumin and Canadian cranberries, supported by lecithin and piperine is designed for:
- support treatment during inflammation of urinary bladder (cystitis)
- prevention of urinary tract inflammation, after castration, increased stress
Curcumin is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent that has a positive effect on enhancing the immune system
Canadian cranberries help keep bacteria like E. coli, the most common cause of UTIs, from adhering to the walls of the urinary tract
Easy feeding thanks to smaller size (700 mg) and great taste of tablets
More than 4x smaller than common tablets, which have 3 grams
Without unnecessary fillers and starches
Scientifically proven excellent curcumin solubility and absorption, patent application for processing technology submitted in the Czech Republic, EU, USA and Canada
Contains standardized extract of Canadian cranberries - 125 times more effective than other cranberries extracts
One tablet contains:
Standardized curcuma longa rhizome extract (95% of curcumin and other curcuminoids)
Standardized Canadian craberries extract (15% of proanthocyanidins)
20-30 kg 1 chewing tablet daily
30-40 kg 2 chewing tablets daily
up to 40 kg 3 chewing tablets daily
Packaging: 60 tablets in flacon
Product is offered as private label or ready-made product
- Packaging according to customer's requirements
Standardized extract from Canadian cranberries
Canadian cranberries are valued for its naturally occurring content of proanthocyanidins type A, anthocyanins, flavonoids, flavanols, phenolic acids and simple organic acids.
Curcumin is highly valued substance and has been the subject of many scientific studies, the results of which indicate that it could have many health benefits primarily due to its anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antioxidant effects. Curcumin is being extracted from the root of curcuma (Curcuma longa), and it is the most biologically active component of this plant, responsible for its yellow coloration.