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RawDietLine ELM BARK

Elm bark is rich in many nutrients and vitamins important for a pet's health

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RawDietLine Elm Bark - support for the digestive system

RawDietLine Elm Bark is used to treat problems with the digestive system of dogs and cats. Elm bark mucus is rich in a number of nutrients important for health, such as: beta-sitosterol, campesterol tannins, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, zinc, beta-carotene and vitamins B1, B2, B3 and C. Thanks to these properties, elm bark is useful in the home first aid kit when our pet suffers from a sensitive digestive system, struggles with recurrent diarrhea or vomiting, or is currently recovering from diseases or procedures on the digestive system.

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Indications for the use of elm bark - support and prevention:

  • ulcers, reflux,
  • intestinal and stomach inflammation,
  • inflammation of the throat, esophagus,
  • laryngitis,
  • recurrent diarrhea,
  • irritable bowel syndrome.
RawDietLine
5905137254102

Data sheet

product form
powder

Specific References

EAN13
5905137254102

Dosage/24h

Cats&Dogs (under 5 kg body weight): 1 scoop

Dogs: 5-20 kg BW: 2 scoops
20-30 kg BW: 3 scoops
30+ kg BW: 4 scoops

Scoop in the package. One flat scoop contains ca. 1 g of product.

How to use: pour 10-15 ml of the appropriate amount of the product with warm water, leave for 20-30 minutes covered. Administer the thickened, cool suspension directly into the mouth or into a bowl with a pipette.

ATTENTION! When taking medications, keep an interval of at least 60 minutes.

Please remember that elm bark may interfere with the absorption of nutrients from the gastrointestinal tract, so it is recommended to maintain a time interval when serving a meal. We do not give this supplement with a meal or a moment before a planned feeding. It is best to use elm bark approximately 30-60 minutes after a meal. 

Composition: red elm bark

Analytical constituents/100 g:

Protein 4%, Fibre 29,8%, Ash 12,87%, Fat 1,3%, Moisture 4,2 %

Form: powder

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