Click to enlargePacific Herbs - Pet Calm Herb Pack - 50 grams

Pet Calm Herb Pack by Pacific Herbs contains trusted traditional Chinese herbs that work extremely well to calm any anxious pet. If your pet is fearful of thunderstorms, being alone or just generally anxious, Pet Calm Herbal Pack is a trusted, safe alternative recommended by many veterinarians. Help your pet relax and be calm, naturally.

Owners get frustrated when their beloved companions donít (or canít) behave themselves. Sometimes itís an outside influence such as fire works or thunderstorms that set your pet into a panic. Sometimes we just donít know what it is but their often scared and/or nervous.

Pet Calm Herb Pack Ingredients in 1 packet:
Bupleurum (Chai Hu) 220 mg
Angelicae (Dang Gui) 220 mg
Atractylodes Alba (Bai Zhu) 220 mg
Poria (Fu Ling) 220 mg
White Peony (Bai Shao) 200 mg
Proprietary Extract Blend 920 mg:
-Gardeniae Fructus (Zhi Zi), Moutan (Mu Dan Pi), Flowery Knotweed stem (Ye Jiao Teng), Licorice root (Gan Cao), Ginger (Sheng Jiang), Ostreae Concha (Mu Li)

Suggested Use: Mix granules into your pet's food 1 to 2 times daily.

Usage instructions inside every packet - 50 grams in each packet - about a months supply for up to 40 pound dogs when used daily.

Keep out of reach of children.


PAC109$26.00








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