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  1. The Thercurmin bottle you show contains 300mg capsules. Each capsule contains 30mg curcumin (from what I have found online.) Would my 13 year old, 60 pound Collie take 2 capsules – 100 mg per 10 pounds of body weight – OR 18 capsules? I'm thinking it's got to be 2. Please confirm. She has arthritis and did poorly on Gabupentin. Your wisdom, kindness and concern are so welcome and much needed.

  2. Awesome thanks 😊 🙏 👍 our furry boy is still doing great from your information on cancer treatments. He's living his best life and I do all I can to share your information and site here with others. Prayers sir! Keep up the great work God bless you and your family and your work. You've been earning your wings.
    Literally a day after our dog Clints diagnosis you popped upon my yt? I wasn't about to let him go through what they suggested . Rest is His-story!

  3. Numerous studies have shown that polyphenols, including curcumin, quercetin, and resveratrol, exhibit multiple health benefits, including anti-inflammatory properties. Curcumin is a flavonoid polyphenol that is the active ingredient in the spice turmeric.

  4. Vitamin C is an important antioxidant for dogs that can help reduce potentially harmful free radicals in your pet's body, support healthy aging, and reduce inflammation. Vitamin C can also support your dog's immune system, improve energy, and provide relief to dogs who suffer from UTIs.

  5. Also……vitamin Bs are water soluble, (meaning they need to be replaced daily, you pee them out)Bs are best available absorbable source of Bs is raw meat, but if their liver is messed may need help. (Liver cleanse, milk thistle, careful but selenium, cilantro) For vitamin Bs to work, you have to have all the vitamin b complex before you can add extra, so you can t just add vitamin b supplements alone, must have the complex base first then add.

    Vitamin B1 (thiamine) provides your nerves with energy to function, while vitamin B6 relieves nerve pain and transmits nerve impulses correctly. Vitamin B12 regenerates the nerves, protecting them from damage. A deficiency in vitamins B12 or B1 may be partly responsible for your nerve pain.

  6. Also…. Aspirin has magnesium and other crap. Magnesium is what most likely makes people feel better. Everyone is depleted in magnesium! High protein diets needs magnesium which is why people on keto and carnivore need magnesium. Dogs are most likely need it as well. Depleted in our soils.

    Also before you give your dog magnesium, there are different types that are more digestible, unfortunately you will have to investigate which one is good for you dog, not sure. You dog will be the be the best indicator.

    Oh and if your dog has crappy black crap in their eyes … copper toxicity (our water has coper, and food)and liver issues. Give them zinc, start small doses With food! If they thro up, your giving them too much, cut back. Zinc is depleted when we are stressed, that means good and bad stress! Exercise, pain…. Zincs important. This goes for you too!!!

    Investigate!! And God bless our furry family members and us! Good health for us all!

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