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Thorne Research CurcuVET-SA50 - Curcumin Turmeric for cats & small dogs - 90 ct.
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Thorne Research CurcuVET-SA50 - Curcumin Turmeric for cats & small dogs - 90 ct.

Thorne Veterinary
CurcuVET-SA50 is a curcumin (turmeric) supplement for cats and dogs that helps reduce inflammation throughout the body. Curcumin is beneficial for joint health, liver support and GI problems.
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CurcuVET from Thorne Research - Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant Support for Dogs and Cats

CurcuVet-SA50 is a curcumin supplement for cats and dogs (under 75 lbs.) and is recommended for liver, musculoskeletal, respiratory, and GI support.
CurcuVet helps to:
  • Maintain the animal's normal inflammatory response
  • Provide potent antioxidant and hepatoprotective activity

For centuries people throughout Asia have benefited from the healthful effects of curcumin. Curcumin is the orange pigment in turmeric and is a potent antioxidant that offers numerous health benefits including joint health, hepatic (liver) support, gastrointestinal health, and cardiovascular function by helping to maintain the animal's normal inflammatory response.

Why Worry About Inflammation?

  • Inflammation of the joints can cause arthritis.
  • Inflammation of the intestinal tract, or Inflammatory Bowel Disease, leads to vomiting, diarrhea and weight loss.
  • Inflammation of the sinus cavity can lead to sinus congestion resulting in infections.
  • Many common anti-inflammatory drugs can cause serious damage to the GI tract, kidneys and liver.
Studies have shown curcumin not only helps reduce pain and inflammation, it also protects the gastrointestinal tract, liver and kidneys from damage. CurcuVet can be used as a primary treatment for arthritis, liver disease, IBD, and can also be used as a complementary treatment to these diseases when NSAIDS, antibiotics, chemotherapy drugs and other medications are being used.

Why CurcuVet?

CurcuVET is a unique curcumin extract that is significantly better absorbed than other curcumin extracts. The curcumin in CurcuVet is bound to a phospholipid, an essential component of cell membranes. By attaching a curcumin molecule to a phospholipid, the curcumin is ushered across the cell membrane for superior absorption. Better absorption means better efficacy!

Each bottle contains 90 capsules. For dogs weighing more than 75 lbs. use CurcuVet-SA150.
5 Stars
Changed his diet, took away all commercial snack foods , and started curcumin and after about 2weeks, his liver enzymes dropped considerably! Vet was amazed, he is back to his old self again! Wonderful stuff!
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Reviewed by:  from butler pa. on 3/26/2015
5 Stars
great product
Love the curcumin for my dog's back and joint problems, we thought he was ready to be put down and when the prendisone caused side effects this was a last resort. It is working great so far, we only need to give him some pain meds during the bad weather but this seems to be helping a lot!
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Reviewed by:  from holly springs nc. on 3/24/2015
5 Stars
I am very happy with the product it seems to be helping my dog to walk better and dosen't have any re occurring pain.120l
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Reviewed by:  from West Bend, Wisconsin. on 3/8/2015
5 Stars
The Turmeric is easily given and seems to be an improvement for my older dogs for arhritis.
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Reviewed by:  from Hugo, MN. on 12/18/2014
5 Stars
Finicky Cat
16 yo cat with arthritis already taking Cosequin daily with moderate results. With my vets approval I added in 50 mg of Curcumin daily. It's hard for me to tell if it's helping since I mix it in her food and she doesn't consistently eat. To me it has no smell or taste like Tumeric does, but it may to her. I think it's definitely worth a try for any cat owner who has a cat with arthritis since the treatment options are very limited.
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Reviewed by:  from Hampstead, NH. on 7/9/2015

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