Herbs and Spices for Dogs and Cats - Part 1

Last Update: September 08, 2015

Hello Everyone,

Just wanted to tell you all that we have just published another Post about Herbs and Spices for People and Dogs and Cats.

http://cheekychihuahuaproducts.com/herbs-and-spices-for-dogs-and-cats-Part-1

There are so many Herbs and Spices out there that we couldn't possibly write about them all, so we have written about as many of the most common ones as possible.

We had no idea just how GOOD for your health and for the health of your pets these Herbs and Spices really are. Researching the Content for these Posts has taken a long time, so we hope you get as much out of reading about them in Part 1, as we got about compiling them. Part 2 will be published in a couple of days.

Thank you for visiting.

Geoff, Jane and Bubbygirl

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SamiWilliams Premium
Great post. Lots of good stuff!
thanks,
Sami
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
Thank you Sami.
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Donnie58 Premium
Very interesting post, Geoff & Jane! I love herbs and have been a believer in their healing properties for years, now!

I thought they might help animals, too, but didn't know for sure until I read your post!

Thanks for this info and have a great day!
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
Thank you for stopping by, Donnie.
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Dgegegegwg Premium
Cool! I'll read it later. I had no idea that some of the REALLY spicy stuff is actually good for them.
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
Yes, but only in small amounts.
Thanks for visiting.
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LeannL Premium
I enjoyed your article. I thought it was interesting that you mentioned cayenne pepper. My husband is a diabetic and had a major wound on the bottom of his foot and a large open wound on his leg. We tried everything the VA gave us as well as essential oils and other home made remedies that helped but did not heal it.

We tried for two years to get those wounds to heal. Finally, I read about cayenne pepper and marshmallow root. I would break open six capsules of each and boil them on the stove and then add it to the tub and let him soak. Sometimes I would make a poultice and put it on the wounds. Within two months, his wounds were healed. Herbs can do some amazing things.
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
WOW how's that !!! That's amazing, isn't it !!
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
Hi Leann,
I was mulling over what you wrote as I was waking up this morning.
We are only just now finding out how amazing Herbs and Spices really are, and I was wondering, how did you prepare the poultice?
Jane
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LeannL Premium
I mixed some of the cayenne with some water and marshmallow root on a gauze pad and applied it directly to the wound.
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
Thank you for that.
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tomtitty006 Premium
Thank you for your article.I will have a look.
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
Thanks for coming, Tom.
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