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K9 Select Peanut Butter Flavored HMR Lignans Supplement for Dogs 20 mg (90 Chewable Tablets)

$32.00
K9 Select lignans for dogs (peanut butter flavored) helps cushing's disease in dogs

K9 Select Peanut Butter Flavored HMR Lignans Supplement for Dogs 20 mg (90 Chewable Tablets)

K9 Select Peanut Butter Flavored HMR Lignans for Dogs 20mg

K9 Select Peanut Butter Flavored HMR Lignans for Dogs are the ideal solution to aid dogs suffering from Cushing's Disease and hormonal imbalances. Derived from hydroxymatairesinol (HMR) extract, the tasty chewable tablets are specially formulated to promote a healthy immune system and provide natural hormone support. With a focus on balancing estrogen, cortisol, and testosterone levels, HMR lignans offer holistic relief for your beloved canine companion. Additionally, sourced from Norwegian spruce tree knots, they contain high-quality ingredients, ensuring potency and effectiveness. Trust K9 Select to provide your dog with the finest in dietary supplements, bottled in the USA and certified kosher, GMO-free, and pesticide-free. 

Quantity: 90-count bottle (90 servings)

Ingredients

  • Active Ingredients: HMR lignans derived from hydroxymatairesinol (HMR) extract standardized to 90% HMR Lignans (22mg)
  • Inactive Ingredients: Dicalcium phosphate dihydrate, microcrystalline cellulose, natural peanut butter flavor, stearic acid, magnesium stearate (vegetarian), silicon dioxide. 

Contains: peanut

K9 Select brand HMR lignans for dogs are tasty peanut butter flavored tablets that your dog will love! Like our Lignans for Life HMR lignans, our K9 Select lignans are sourced from the same Norwegian spruce tree knots. HMR is short for hydroxymatairesinol, which is metabolized into a powerful antioxidant that prevents or limits oxidative stress throughout the body and supports the immune system. Many studies indicate that high amounts of lignans in the body may reduce cortisol and other hormone levels and promote healthy reproductive organs.

  • Peanut Butter Flavored Chewable HMR Lignans 20 mg
  • Specially formulated for dogs
  • Promotes a healthy immune system
  • Natural hormone support
  • Helps balance estrogen, cortisol and testosterone
  • Kosher, GMO-free, pesticide-free, Certified Vegan
  • Bottled in the USA

Lignans Dosages & Directions

Give 1-2 mg of lignan for each pound of body weight. 

Tablets can be taken at once or broke into halves or quarters and taken throughout the day.

Note: Always consult your veterinarian when trying new supplements.

    More Help for Dogs Suffering from Cushing's Disease

    Lignans Health Benefits

    Lignans are excellent for balancing hormone levels in the body. Specifically, lignans have been shown to reduce cortisol and other adrenal steroids and to exert anti-estrogenic effects. Such anti-estrogenic effects include preventing naturally occurring hormones from binding to estrogen receptors and exerting their negative effects. Lignans provide a weaker form of estrogen. Thus, they are believed to help balance out both estrogen deficiencies (by supplying phytoestrogens to otherwise inactive receptors) and excesses (through at least two separate mechanisms – first, by competing with much stronger estrogen for the same receptors and second, by inhibiting aromatase activity). Further reading here.*

    Lignans Research

    Lignans are converted in the body into the mammalian lignans (enterolignans) enterodiol and enterolactone. Enterolignans are potent antioxidants. They reduce the free radicals that otherwise damage tissues, membrane lipids, nucleic acids, and proteins and may lead to diseases or premature aging. Enterolignans also stimulate the synthesis of sex hormone-binding globulin, effectively binding sex hormones and reducing their circulation in the bloodstream and, thus, their biological activity.

     

    People Also Ask:

    What are HMR lignans for dogs, and how do they work?

    HMR lignans for dogs are derived from hydroxymatairesinol (HMR) extract sourced from Norwegian spruce tree knots. These lignans are metabolized into powerful antioxidants, supporting the immune system and reducing oxidative stress. Additionally, studies suggest that they help balance hormone levels, including cortisol, estrogen, and testosterone, promoting overall health in dogs.

    Are lignans safe for dogs to consume?

    Yes, HMR lignans for dogs are safe when administered according to recommended guidelines. They are specially formulated for canine consumption and are typically well-tolerated. However, it's essential to follow dosage instructions provided by the manufacturer and consult with a veterinarian before starting any new supplement regimen for your dog.

    What are the potential benefits of giving lignans to dogs?

    HMR lignans for dogs offer a range of potential benefits, including support for a healthy immune system, natural hormone balance, and reduction of oxidative stress. They may aid in managing conditions such as Cushing's Disease and other hormonal imbalances, promoting overall well-being and vitality in dogs.

    How do I administer HMR lignans to my dog?

     HMR lignans for dogs typically come in chewable tablet form, often flavored to appeal to canine palates. These tablets can be given directly to your dog as a treat or mixed into their food. It's essential to ensure your dog consumes the recommended dosage based on their weight and any specific instructions provided by your veterinarian or the product manufacturer.

    Can HMR lignans for dogs help with other health conditions besides Cushing's Disease?

    Yes, while HMR lignans are commonly used to manage Cushing's Disease in dogs, they may also offer benefits for other health conditions. Research suggests that HMR lignans possess antioxidant properties that can support the immune system and potentially aid in managing various hormonal imbalances beyond cortisol regulation. Always consult a veterinarian to determine the appropriate use of HMR lignans for your dog's health needs.

     

    QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

    Ask a Question
    • Do these two products need to be taken together?

      Hi, thank you for your question!

      Lignans for dogs are an excellent choice for easing the symptoms of Cushing’s disease.

      Our TCVM vets recommend Lignans and Melatonin as remedies for many dogs suffering from Cushing’s. 

      However, we recommend you always check with your vet when adding pet supplements.

      For more information about the product, here's the link to Atypical Cushings Remedy: Melatonin & Lignan Supplements: https://franklintnvet.com/atypical-cushings-remedy/

      Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 11 reviews
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    Trish Ryan

    Easy transactions. Quick shipping

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    Sandra Stewart
    Not Appealing to My Dog

    While I can’t really tell if they are helping my dog with her symptoms, I can't get her to eat them without a bit of real peanut butter on the pill.

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    Kimberly Marie Jenkins
    Cushings Disease

    I was told by a holistic veterinarian that this medication would help my dog with Cushing. He definitely seems to be more symptom-free than he was before. We use it along with the melatonin tablets too Nothing cures Cushing disease, but this sure makes him more comfortable. Less bloating, and such.

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    TRACI JOHNSON
    Seemed to Help My Two Dogs

    I have 2 very senior dogs, one was vaccine inured and times where her immune system is more compromised than others. The Lignan Suppliements seemed to really help her alleviate those symptoms and act like the happy healthy puppy she used to be. They don't seem to like the flavor, which is odd to me since they love peanut butter, but I hide it for them with dinner and all goes down perfectly. Really happy I discovered this product. Thank you very much.

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    Karen
    Good

    Great for Cushings disease