After the Cut (Organic Hormonal Support Tea for Cats and Dogs)

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Price: $9.50

After the Cut (Neutered) contains Bladderwrack, Saw Palmetto, Damiana, and Siberian Ginseng.  All ingredients are organic.

After the Cut (Spayed Cats) contains Bladderwrack, Oatstraw, Chaste Tree Berries, and Nettle.  All ingredients are organic.

A batch weighs 2 ounces, dosage varies depending on the weight of the animal in question.  If you let me know the weight of your dog or cat, I can customize the labeling for you.

****I am not a vet. I have studied texts written by holistic vets (most of whom either started in allopathic medicine, or use both methods in their practices.) I apply the same standard of research to my pet teas that I do the ones for their bipeds. This includes needing to know about any medications they are currently being given.  However, as with human medicine, the information presented here has not been evaluated by the FDA or other agencies, and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease from a medical standpoint.