Super Fydo Oum
There is no better feeling than knowing your pet is happy and calm in your home. Super Fydo Oum is a unique blend of Organic, Non GMO, herbs that are known to help balance emotions such as anxiety, depression, and anger. It also encourages your pet to feel at ease, relaxed, and helps to promote a calm outlook.
Super Fydo Oum contains ingredients such as Ashwagandha which is valued as an adaptogen that helps restore emotional balance. How does it benefit your dog?
- Natural stress relief
- Brings into balance
- Memory, focus, other brain improvements
- Reduced anxiety
Just sprinkle Super Fydo Oum on top or mix in to any homemade food or treats recipe. (See our blog for recipes)
Power Pac Organic Ashwagandha, Organic Astragalus, Organic Passion Flower, Organic Chamomile
Herbal adaptogens can be benefit for dogs and may be considered regulators that support the stress response system. These regulators are mood enhancing and can bring stress, anxiety, and anxious into balance.
Ashwaganda: Is an Ayurvedic herb and is best known for its ability to reduce stress and anxiety. In addition, Ashwagandha may also improve brain function, memory, reaction times and the ability to perform tasks.
Astagalaus: Astragalus is what is known as an adaptogen, meaning it boosts the adrenal system, which manages the body’s response to physical, mental or emotional stresses.
Passion Flower: Has been used to treat anxiety, insomnia, and certain forms of pain because it may increase levels of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), a chemical the brain makes to help regulate mood.
Camomile: The calming properties make it beneficial for those who suffer from anxiety, feelings of restlessness, and is known to dispel anger and frustrations as it promotes restful, and easy sleep.
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Do not use this website as a substitute for appropriate medical care and consultation, nor should any information in it be interpreted as prescriptive. If you suspect your dog has a medical problem or disease please consult your veterinarian for diagnosis and treatment.