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Natural help for your pet

Did you know? The most common health problems, and many less common, of our faithful pets and even large animals, such as horses, can be treated with natural remedies. In dogs and small cats, Medicinal Mushrooms act faster than in humans, because the active ingredients are concentrated in greater quantities in the areas in which they must provide help.

Generally, within a short time from the start of treatment, our four-legged friends, who had become apathetic and listless because of illness, are lively and playful once again. Veterinary Mycotherapy started in the East, but in the last few years it has finally arrived also in the Western world.
The Medicinal Mushrooms of Funghi Energia e Salute have excellent anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties. They regulate the bacterial flora and provide relief to the gastrointestinal system.

Cura e prevenzione con prodotti naturali

Thanks to Medicinal Mushrooms, considered real natural superfoods, the immune system and the health in general of our animal friends can quickly improve. Mycotherapy Supplements also act on the innate energy of animals and on the characteristics of their fur, renewing its beauty and shine.

Veterinary mycotherapy is able to treat:

  • diseases due to a weak immune system, including dermatitis and allergies
  • diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, accompanied by indigestion, vomiting and diarrhoea
  • metabolic diseases, such as intoxicated liver and obesity
  • stress-related diseases, such as agitation, high blood pressure
  • high cholesterol
  • age-related diseases
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