Product Spotlight – Pet Flora Probiotics

Pet Flora is a Different Kind of Probiotic

Pet Flora is a soil-based probiotic which can help regulate the flora in the GI tract of your cat or dog. Unlike most probiotics which are cultured in dairy or plants/grains, Pet Flora is cultivated in Leonardite (a soil component or SBO). This is a benefit as it avoids any complications for cats and dogs that may be sensitive or intolerant of lactose products.

Dogs (and cats) are carnivores and lack the enzyme needed to properly digest lactose. Most probiotics never make it to the gut due to the pH of the carnivore’s stomach acid.  Not so with soil based microflora/microbes.

Pet Flora contains a spectrum of 29 microflora, that fall into the following eleven categories: Acinetobacter Arthrobacter Azospirillum Azotobacter Bacillus Bacteroides Brevibacterium Kurtha Myrothecium P Chrysosporium Pseudomonas Streptomyces

The proliferation of these microflora into their 29 plus sub-species variations is promoted by the prebiotic complexes, and the Humic and Fulvic acids extracted from ancient plant deposits.

All of these species are Class One Microbiological agents.

Pet Flora is made up of: A proprietary blend of:

  • Leonardite,
  • Humic Acid,
  • Fulvic Acid,
  • Arabinogalactan,
  • A. agilis,
  • A. citreus,
  • A. globiformis,
  • A. luteus,
  • A. simplex,
  • A. calcoaceticus,
  • A. chroococcum,
  • A. paspali,
  • A. brasiliense,
  • A. lipoferum,
  • B. brevis,
  • B. marcerans,
  • B pumilis,
  • B. polymyxa,
  • B. subtilis,
  • Bact. lipolyticum,
  • B. stationis,
  • K. zopfil,
  • M. verrucaria,
  • P. calcis,
  • P. dentrificans,
  • P. fluorescens,
  • P. glathei,
  • P. chrysosporium,
  • S. fradiae,
  • S. celluslosae,
  • S. griseoflavus

Pet Flora stands apart from other probiotics in a big way because of the added Humic and Fulvic acids. These acids are extracted from humates. Fulvic acid boosts immunity and reduces inflammation in the body. Humic acid has potent anti-viral properties which makes it an invaluable addition to a probiotic. Pet Flora is the only pet probiotic to incorporate Humic and Fulvic acids.

Natural humic acid, is one of the most effective anti-virals on the planet. Vitality Science recently increased the humic acid in Pet Flora to 30 percent!

Humic/fulvic acid binds so strongly to viruses that it can actually displace them from a cell surface. In vitro studies have shown, for example, that if you allow herpes simplex viruses to attach to host cells and then add humic acid to the solution, it will displace viruses from infected cell surfaces. That is, humic acid has a greater affinity for the virus than the virus does for the host cell. Thus, humic acid can actually displace a virus even after it has attached itself to the surface of a cell. Humic Acid is first a preventative, because it interferes with a virus’ ability to attach to a host cell, penetrate the host cell, and reproduce itself. Scientific studies have demonstrated that if a host cell is penetrated before the introduction of the Humic Acid, the viral reproductive process within the host cell is not halted.” – clinicaleducation.org

In addition to vitamins and minerals, humic acid is a third and vitally important nutrient required for health. Humic acid’s ability to selectively regulate and strengthen the immune system provides benefits such as an increased resistance to colds, supercharging the immune system, and assisting in eliminating parasites and pathogens, and much more.~Dr. Howard Peiper  “Live Disease Free” (book*

To order Pet Flora, click HERE

A consultation is highly recommended before any preventative or healing program is started. A consultation includes a personalized diet and holistic program suggestions that are custom-tailored to your own dog’s individual and personal needs.

While I continue to provide educational articles and information for you here, most of these are general in nature. Therefore, I encourage you to set up an appointment with me to tailor a program specifically for your pet’s needs. This is particularly imperative in pets that are aging or with complicated health issues, or if you’ve done a lot of outside reading and have conflicting and confusing information.

 

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