Herb Mix DWorm A ™ 16 oz
No meat or milk withdrawals! Safe for pregnant and non pregnant animals & lactating animals of all types (all of our herb mix products except CyclEaze ™ can be used with pregnant animals. Fresh Start ™, Blood & Cells™ , Cellebration ™ herb mixes get advice before starting with preg/lactating animals).
Synergestic Master of Herbology formulated traditional herb blend used as a vermifuge, anthelmintic, taeniacide (tapes) and vermicide to discourage and/or help the body to kill those pesky parasites from seeking residence in their host's digestive tract and helps the body dissolve egg linings it comes in contact with in the intestines. This product also has very nice synergy to support the body in mycoplasma issues (pair with HerBiotic ™ if wanted). I start my young livestock on this, including my kids, at 4 days old. If they are in the barn, then they are already picking up worm ovum and I don't want to wait long as larvae already tunnel and do damage. Some herbs also double as added digestive tract, organ and body system support as well as encourage the body to build a stronger immune system. A Master Herbalist formulated proprietary superior quality blend of cayenne, cloves, fennel, garlic, ginger, hyssop, mullein, thyme, wormwood. To read articles on DWorm A™ and / or wormwood see our blog do-herbal-dewormers-work.html and worried-about-wormwood-what-you-want-to-know-about-artemisia-absinthium.html .
I've been using DWorm A for two months. Just had the vet check for worms on the 3 month old kids. One cocci and one strongyle! I'm very impressed, Thank you Kat! KK
Here in the humid Ozarks of Arkansas, we have a big problem with barberpole. Even though this isn't the main formula for barberpole, I did want to leave a review that it's worked for me for that when adding fresh pressed garlic to the mix. I make little dosage balls with it and honey and a little water and most of my goats will eat it that way. AK from Arkansas
JC from New Jersey wrote us on facebook, "wanted to let you know, your GI Soother and DWorm A have our goats in the best condition I've ever seen them. I have also been able to treat a bad case of cocci with them. I combined the GI Soother and DWorm A, and gave them at double dose to the kid every 15 minutes for an hour. At the end of the hour, he had gone from sloshy belly and watery runs, to feeling MUCH better, with normal pellets. The cocci was verified by fecal, so I know it worked. I kept giving it to him every few hours for several days, and he never relapsed. I had another buckling after that come down with some dark, loose stools. I treated him the same way, and he bounced back beautifully. He is perfectly clear now, and has just bred our first doe of the season. It has been a hard parasite year here in NJ, but I'm thankful to know your mixes are tough enough, even to handle the Barber Pole and Cocci up here." My note- GI for coccidia/barberpole and DWorm A for the other stomach worms- remember that a coccidia or barberpole attack will allow them to succumb much easier to stomach worms- AND vice versa- stomach worm attack will make them more susceptible to Cocci and barberpole problems.
We own dairy goats for the purpose of obtaining healthy milk that we drink, sell and make into cheese. We don't want to have goats overrun with a worm infestation...but neither do we want to dump milk while we treat the goat with a chemical dewormer. Therefore, we buy and consistently use DWorm A for all of our dairy goats. We have been extremely happy with the results we have seen in our healthy goats over the past 4 years. I highly recommend this product to all dairy goat owners! HT in Oregon
Herb Mix GI Soother™ DIgestive System Support 16 oz
GI Soother™ is a carefully formulated traditional herb blend that has been used in situations such as: diarrheal incidents in livestock, pets, and poultry from coccidia, bacterium, ulcers, pasty vent and Haemoncus contortus (barberpole worm). It is in a powder form so very easy to put in bottles or lambars or mix in feed or mash or with a liquid and carefully drenched. We use it on our farm daily in rainy weather, and every 2 to 4 days in nice weather with our dairy goat kids. I start my kids on it at 4 days old, as they are already ingesting eggs in the barn by then and I keep them on it frequently through AT LEAST 2 months of age for my strong alternatively raised kids, depending on the rain/moisture levels that year. Your level of usage will depend on your exposure, climate, and facilities contamination and how many generations of alternative raising you have. GI Soother has been popular with poultry people who have added it poultry rations to give hatchlings a good start. A Master Herbalist developed proprietary superior quality blend of cayenne, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, mullein, slippery elm, turmeric.
Salve Wounderful!™ 4 oz It is WONDERFUL!!!
We think this product belongs in every first aid kit!!! It is in ours!Wounderful!™ Salve is wonderful body support when it's trying to heal itself in mild to severe conditions involving damaged skin, bones, tissue, tendons, muscles, diaper rash, burns and more! I love this product, I've been making this since about 1993. We have used this over and over and over again for injuries- even open wounds right down to the bone. Useful for wounds, soft tissue damage,tendon damage, helping body speed up its abilities to heal broken or crushed bones, scar repair (use for a year on scars).
Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children.
FDA Disclosure: Warning: External use only. Consuming this product may cause Liver damage. This product contains comfrey. Comfrey contains pyrrolizidine alkaloids which may cause serious illness or death. This product should not be taken orally used as a suppository or applied to broken skin. For further information contact the Food & Drug Administration.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration and are not intended to treat, cure, diagnose or prevent disease.
"Thank you for your amazing products & the wonderful book (I refer to it often!) We have a herd of Nigerian Dwarf Goats, and use DWormA, and GI Soother with great success!" MS in Ohio
"Thanks! By the way, I really appreciate your Caprine Corner in Dairy Goat Journal! I've only been doing goats (Nubians and Toggenbergs) for a few years, and I always learn something from you. :-) " AO in Kansas (now renamed the Goat Journal).
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