Review of Detoxification
Detoxification is part of a natural healing process whereby the body eliminates toxins.
Signs of detoxification can include:
- itchy skin
- soft stools
- draining eyes
- ear wax build up
- lack of appetite
- live worms leaving the body
- urine may be a darker color
- emotional or physical changes
- mucous or blood on the stools
- lethargy, even extreme lethargy
- the creation of cysts or growths
- increase in amount and smell of gas, bad breath, body odour, strong urine or feces smell
- ... and more
Although detoxification is a natural process, most people are not used to it, so if you are at all concerned with your pet's detox, contact your vet, preferably a holistic vet who understands detoxification.
If you contact your vet, then they can tell you if your pet is going through a detox or if there are problems.
Generally speaking, detoxification just takes its course, and once gone it leaves many dogs and cats looking
new & improved.
Detoxification can happen at anytime, can last one or more days and can happen more than once or never at all.
A bath in just plain water or with a herbal shampoo helps remove toxins from the skin.
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