Moringa is a natural plant with many benefits for people, which can also be true for your dog. Moringa is rich in potassium, calcium, and vitamin K, to name a few of the nutrients it contains. With more than 100 different components packed with health benefits, this plant proliferates in diverse ecosystems worldwide. Moringa is inexpensive and readily available in many countries, and you can use it to reduce the cost of caring for your dog. This plant can help with digestive and urinary tract health, skin allergies, weight management, and even medicinal purposes such as an anti-inflammatory agent to reduce pain.

Besides using Moringa in your dog’s food to improve some of these conditions, you can apply it topically on your dog’s skin for improved conditions. You’ll find the skin will remain soft and smooth, unlike the dog’s hair, which usually becomes rough from excessive scratching. Moringa will also help with hemorrhoids, allergies, and other conditions. Furthermore, if you give your dog a dose of Moringa mixed with their food every day, you’ll see improved energy and a general sense of well-being. If you live in a hot climate, it can also help to reduce sunburn on your dog’s skin because of its anti-inflammatory properties.

Moringa has a variety of health benefits for your dog.

Below are the top 6 reasons you should give your dog Moringa:

  1. Reduces the cost of caring for your dog: Moringa is inexpensive and readily available in many countries. It can reduce the cost of caring for your dog by reducing the cost of medications, reducing weight and digestive system problems, and improving skin allergies and infections such as hemorrhoids.
  2. Digestive tract health: Moringa can help with digestive tract health like diarrhea, indigestion, bloating, or upset stomachs because it is rich in potassium, calcium leucine, etc., which improves digestion in the intestine.
  3. Urinary system/urinary tract health: Moringa contains plenty of vitamin C and has uses in treating urinary tract diseases, including urinary stones and cystitis. It also helps prevent yeast infections in the genital area, vaginitis, and other reproductive health problems.
  4. Skin health: Moringa contains plenty of vitamin A which helps to improve the skin health of your dog. Moringa can help with skin irritations such as dryness or itching and other conditions including eczema, psoriasis, and more.
  5. Weight management: Moringa can help with weight management because of the amount of high-quality protein and carbohydrates in Moringa. You can add Moringa to your dog’s food to help them lose weight, keep it off, or maintain a healthy weight while alleviating digestive system problems.
  6. Medicinal uses: Moringa contains anti-inflammatory properties that are often used as an anti-inflammatory agent to reduce pain and as a general tonic for the body.

I hope you enjoyed this article, and it helps you along your journey of bringing life back to your dog! If you have any questions regarding the use of Moringa for your specific breed of dog, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us, and we will be happy to help.