St. John's wort extract

St. John's wort is a plant that has long been used in folk medicine and is now gaining popularity among pet owners. But why? Here are some reasons why St. John's wort can be a real balm for the health and well-being of your four-legged friend.

Mood on the Up!

Starting with the most surprising, St. John's wort is known for its antidepressant effect. If you notice that your dog or cat is less lively than usual, St. John's wort may be a natural way to improve its mood. It's like sunshine in a bottle for your pet!

Chill, Chill, Chill

St. John's wort is also a natural relaxant. If your pet is nervous before a visit to the vet, a car trip, or is simply anxious, St. John's wort can help him relax. It's like a spa day, but without having to leave the house!

Tummy Without Problems

If your pet has digestive problems, St. John's wort can help. It soothes the digestive system, helping with problems such as flatulence and indigestion. It's like a detox for your pet's tummy!

Super Immunity

St. John's wort is also a booster for the immune system. Rich in antioxidants, it may help protect against infections and diseases. It's like a protective shield for your pet's health!

Beauty from the Outside and the Inside

St. John's wort can also be used externally. Its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties are great for your pet's skin and fur. It's like a mini beauty salon in the comfort of your own home!

How to Administer St. John's Wort?

St. John's wort is available in a variety of forms, from dried leaves to oils. However, always consult your veterinarian before adding a new supplement to your pet's diet.

In short

St. John's Wort is like a little yellow superhero in the world of animal health and welfare. From improving mood, through relaxation, to a healthy tummy and beautiful fur - St. John's wort has it all! I hope you now see the amazing benefits St. John's wort can bring to your pet. Let your pet enjoy health and happiness thanks to this wonderful plant!

* Hypericin contained in St. John's wort increases sensitivity to sunlight. The use of St. John's wort in the summer combined with excessive exposure to the sun may lead to photosensitivity and burns, especially in animals with very fair complexion, hairless or very short hair, wounds or existing skin lesions. If you are not sure how to use our product safely, consult with your veterinarian.

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