Prevention of many diseases in dogs and cats - with only one ingredient
During volcanic eruptions millions of years ago, the ashes of bubbling lava sank to the sea floor and combined with the hot, salty water. At this time many valuable minerals were formed, including zeolites. Within the group of zeolites, clinoptilolite is the most common - a unique volcanic mineral, and the basis of our products (Bish & Boak, 2001, p. 207; 208).
The mineral, which is the result of a special natural phenomenon, has a variety of special properties. As an innovative start-up, we at Synergy Active rely on the power of nature and use it to enable your four-legged friend to lead a healthy and vital life. We already have an entry about the Origin, formation and use of clinoptilolite written. In the following I will explain how the volcanic mineral can contribute to the prevention of a variety of diseases.
Prevention and treatment of diarrhoeal diseases in dogs and cats
To put it quite banally, our ingredient works like a household dishwasher sponge: the many small pores and channels allow the natural mineral to absorb large quantities of liquid. This adsorption capacity explains not only the Detoxifying effect of clinoptilolite also the potential to prevent various diseases.
By absorbing water, the mineral swells and thus stimulates intestinal activity (Lang, 2012). This in turn leads to an improved absorption of nutrients in the intestine as well as to a neutralized intestinal flora. In general, one can therefore speak of prevention or prevention of gastro-intestinal diseases. By binding water, acute diarrhoea can also be prevented (Scholtes, 2014).
The special thing about our natural ingredient is that the mineral stands out from other diarrhoea remedies that only bind water, due to its revitalizing effect. During its formation it could include many vital quantity and trace elements, which your quadruped urgently needs due to the loss of fluid. This helps the animals in their recovery so that they are back on their feet as soon as possible (Lehr- und Forschungszentrum für Landwirtschaft Raumberg-Gumpenstein, 2011)
During my research, I came across many positive study results that once again confirmed this effect. Papaioannou et al (2004), for example, found in a study of pigs, significantly milder courses of diarrhoea when the animals were given clinoptilolite as a support. Song et al (2012) were able to observe a significant reduction in the frequency of diarrhoea in this context. This natural product has been used successfully in livestock farming since 1965 (Moser, 2011). It is time that our dogs and cats at home also benefit from it!
For active and vital quadrupeds - For a stronger immune system of your pet
We are probably all familiar with this phenomenon: A stressful phase at work or at university is imminent and as soon as it is over, we immediately fall ill. It makes sense that stress is not necessarily good for our body. The situation is similar with our cells: If too many free radicals are formed in our body, for example due to physical stress or pollutants and toxins in our environment, the cells get into oxidative stress. This in turn can contribute to the development of various diseases such as arteriosclerosis, cancer, diseases of the immune system as well as rheumatic and neurodegenerative diseases (DocCheck Flexikon).
What does this phenomenon have to do with our product? The natural mineral with the unpronounceable name clinoptilolite can help to reduce oxidative stress. Our superfood binds free radicals and increases the antioxidant status (Scholtes, 2014). This effect is shown for example by Montinaro et al (2013). Your four-legged friend can also easily cope with the one or other stressful phase. For example, during upcoming surgeries or competitions, Synergy Active can help ensure that your pet is as vital, powerful and full of life as ever.
Detoxification - the relief of liver and kidneys
Finally, the detoxifying effect of our product helps to relieve the burden on the liver and kidneys (Scholtes, 2014). It is also suitable for the prevention of kidney and liver diseases (Bedrica et al., 2003). It also supports and accelerates wound healing, for example of burns (Bedrica et al., 2003) and has an anti-inflammatory effect, i.e. it can be used for inflammatory bowel diseases or inflamed skin (Cervini-Silva et al., 2016).
Somitsch (2011) speaks of a better vitality, digestion and performance of animals that consumed the dietary supplement clinoptilolite. In test farms, the mineral could even replace 10% of the medication in a natural way.
Our pets are our best friends and we love to have them with us all the time. Be it active runs with the Dalmatian or a cuddly movie night with our cat. For such moments we love our four-legged friends. That is why it is so important to us that they are healthy and happy. We at Synergy Active have made it our business to make sure that it stays that way. So that we can spend many more wonderful moments with our dogs and cats, we rely on natural food supplements and 100% quality.
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