The silymarin constituent in milk thistle has numerous functions and can be used to treat a variety of dog health problems: Silymarin and other related compounds support and protect the liver. Specifically, they strengthen the liver cell resistance to harmful toxins and stimulate new cell reproduction. As such, milk thistle is very effective in treating dogs with liver problems and related diseases, such as:
Because of the powerful antioxidant properties of the silymarin compounds, milk thistle is an ideal herb for detoxification. In particular, dogs who have been on allopathic medications, dewormers , chemotherapy, vaccinations, and heartworm medications can benefit from milk thistle supplementation. It can also be given to dogs who are recovering from parvovirus.
The Role of Glutathione GSH in Health, Disease and Aging In Animals. Glutathione is continuously defending your animals body against attacks from disease, toxins, poisons, viruses, pollutants, radiation and oxidative stress. Low glutathione levels are linked to diseases such as Cancer, Atherosclerosis, pregnancy complications, male infertility and eye disorders. A Glutathione deficiency can cause a lack of coordination, mental disorders, tremors, and difficulty maintaining balance. Without Glutathione the liver would soon become overwhelmed with the accumulation of toxins, resulting in organ failure and death. The level of Glutathione in the cells is predictive of how long your animal will live. Glutathione is called the master antioxidant. Glutathione consentrates in the liver, kidneys, and spleen. Each serving contains: 250mg Milk Thistle /80%, and 250mg L Glutathione 28 servings per container