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Black Seed Oil for Dogs, is it Safe?

Dog Health and Black Seed Oil

The Importance of Supplments and Your Dog’s Health

 

We have many customers who mix black seed oil into their pets food.  We’ve heard reports that black seed oil helps with the symptoms of respiratory and issues with coughing.

 

In addition to orally, black seed oil (nigella sativa) or commonly referred to as Kalonji Oil, can be massaged into the skin of dogs where hot-spotting or itching or eczema occurs.  Allergies, rashes, and skin irritations are relieved via the topical application of black seed oil.

 

In addition, the long term benefits of any natural, organic, pesticide-free oil rich in Omega Fatty Acid will help pets and humans alike with issues typically encountered in the Senior years.  Dementia, Alzheimers, ulcers, tumors, and arthritis are all symptoms of aging that generally speaking Omega-rich fatty oils help improve the quality of life.

Specific to our brand, our black seed oil is USDA Organic Certified and free of any harmful pesticides that are typically found in conventional, cheaper black cumin seed oils.  Just ensure you see the USDA Organic logo to protect against harmful pesticides.

There is absolutely no reason why we should not be sharing our black seed oil with our beloved canine members of our family.  Sadly, there is more research to be done regarding felines as they have different reactions than dogs.

 

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