WellBeing

Medicinal mushrooms for pets

Functional foods promote wellness and healthy cellular function. Examples of those we may give to pets include curcumin, milk thistle, probiotics, spirulina and some berries. Medicinal mushrooms are also becoming popular for pets with chronic illness or debility.

Mushrooms have been used worldwide for centuries for their medicinal effects. Modern research is helping us understand the benefits of medicinal mushrooms for our health. Although most research is centred on human medicine, we have

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