What is Golden Paste and why do my pets need it?
Golden Paste is exactly what it sounds like! Made up of Turmeric, Coconut Oil, Black Pepper, and Water (Cinnamon – see below for why, if necessary). It’s a powerful anti-inflammatory agent!
Benefits of Golden Paste:
- Natural Detox
- Natural Anti-bacterial
- Promotes Liver & Heart Health
- Reduces Blood Clots
- Promotes Digestive Health
- Acts as An Antioxidant & Believed to Prevent Cancer
- Offers Allergy Relief
- Helps Prevent Cataracts
- Helps with Treatment of Epilepsy
- Natural Pain Relief
- Natural Treatment of Diarrhea
Alternate Super Size Golden Paste Batch
- 3 C. Turmeric Powder
- 6 C. Water
- 2 C. Organic Coconut Oil (or 1 C. Coconut Oil and 1 C. Bone Broth)
- 3 tbsp. Freshly Ground Pepper
Slowly warm the water on lowest heat. Mix Turmeric powder in with water until it gets thick. Mix the Coconut Oil (or Coconut Oil/broth mix) in and finally the pepper. Turn off the heat and continue to stir. Allow to cool, then transfer to containers to freeze.
Dosage Guidelines for Golden Paste
Start small – feeding too much can lead to soft stools!
Start off with ¼ tsp. to each meal. Ultimately, you’ll want to give ¼ to ½ tsp. for every 10 lbs. of body weight.
Start with ¼ tsp. to each meal. Every 5-7 days, increase dosage by a small amount. For healthy dogs, stick with the lower dose to prevent diarrhea. Some dogs will start to smell like cat urine – if this happens, add a dash of cinnamon to prevent. Most don’t even notice.
In Tyson’s case, we started doing this right away and continued throughout the year. An alternative is Curacel Curcumin, which is Golden Paste in pill format.
Please note: Turmeric is a natural blood thinner. Speak with your vet before adding to diet if on meds that thin the blood.
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