CSJ - 'Calm Down!' - Herbal Calming Supplement

  (Reviewed by 1 customer)
  • Note price increases in September- buy your supply while prices are still low!
  • Ideal for nervous dogs in the weeks leading up to bonfire night
  • Beneficial for trials dogs, improving focus and concentration
  • Gentle calming formula for nervous, anxious and even aggressive tendencies
  • 200g mix dried herbs in foil pouch
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Ideal to feed a nervous dog in the weeks leading up to bonfire night and through to New Year celebrations, when it seems that fireworks are going off for weeks on end.

I'm sure all dog owners/handlers/trainers would wish for our little monsters to calm down on numerous occasions, 'Calm Down!' has been developed specifically for dogs that have aggressive or nervous tendencies, suffer with car sickness, have an aversion to noise, or perhaps have anxiety complexes. Also beneficial for dogs in the show ring that prior to using 'Calm Down!' would not go near a hall. Beneficial for trials dogs, improving focus and concentration.

It is advised to feed a double dose for 21 days before going in the ring or other stressful events

200g mix dried herbs in foil pouch.

Chamomile
     Camomile is valuable in helping support the nervous system. Commonly known as the most popular herbal tea for a "relaxing sleep", Camomile is often used as a 'calming and digestive aid'. It can also help maintain healthy skin.
Lemon Balm
     Lemon Balm is known for its 'calming' action. It was thought historically that Lemon Balm revived melancholy or in modern terms "stress".
Vervain
     Vervain's main property is to help support the nervous system but is also a 'calmer' and can help give the dog a general 'boost'.
Skullcap
     Skullcap can be beneficial for dogs showing signs of excitability and general restlessness.
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Calm Down Review
Friday, 18 March 2016  | 

Calm Down seems to be working on my very nervous and anxious Husky. My vet suggested that I try herbal methods with her since she has an ongoing issue with stress after being in an abusive environment before I adopted her. My only issue is in giving these herbs to her as she will not take it mixed in her food, so I prepare a tea for her in the evenings and give it by droppers until it's gone. I look forward to using and trying your other products also.

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