Dog Medication

A healthy dog does not need medication, especially not pharmacy potions. Nature itself provides us with useful plants to favor the production of milk. The marsh mallow (flowers and leaves) is a very indicated for the increment of milk; so is the fennel (grains and leaves) and the borage, which is a hairy blue-flowered European annual herb long used in herbal medicine and eaten raw as salad greens or cooked like spinach.

Also, raw grated carrot is excellent with meat. Raw chopped dates are also excellent when added to cereals. Raw eggs -- not more than three a week -- are also very appropriate for this purpose. Milk itself can be an effective anthelmintic (any substance capable of causing the evacuation of parasitic intestinal worms) for the puppies in the mother is given garlic on a daily basis throughout her nursing stage. Garlic possesses special properties that penetrate the organism little by little -- the volatile oils of garlic possess the unrivaled property of being able to penetrate in almost all body cells and particularly in the organism fluids, for example blood, urine, and in the case of the female, in the production of milk. We all know the extreme care that farmers put into their milk producing cows and how they keep them away from garlic.

The other day I was reading a novel and in it the author describes how the milk cows eagerly look for garlic through the meadows, which would give more flavor to the milk production. The penetration of the flavor of garlic in the milk is as strong as the cows' natural desire for this medicinal plant! Administering it helps, also, to get rid of any worms that the mother might have during the period of breast-feeding and, later, in the weaning stage.

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