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Herbs, Natural Supplements, Minerals & Vitamins

Many of the herbs, vitamins, minerals, natural therapies, and other supplements prescribed for pets by holistic and alternative medicine veterinarians are listed below. It is important to note that manufacturers of dietary supplements, herbs, and other substances used in the practice of alternative medicine do not have to prove the safety or effectiveness of their products. The FDA does not have regulatory control over supplements.  

Acidophilus 
Alfalfa 
Anabolic Steroids (Androgens) 
Antioxidants 
Bach's Flower Remedies/Essences 
Brewer's Yeast 
Carnitine 
Catnip Response 
Chitin/Chitosan 
Chromium 
Coenzyme Q10 
Copper Requirements in Cats 
Copper Requirements in Dogs 
Creatine 
Echinacea 
Epsom Salts 
Essiac Tea 
Garlic and Onion  
Ginseng 
Glucosamine & Chondroitin in Cats 
Glucosamine & Chondroitin in Dogs 
Herbal Does Not Mean Harmless 
Iodine Requirements in Cats 
Iodine Requirementsin Dogs 
Iron Requirements in Cats 
Iron Requirementsin Dogs 
Manganese Requirements in Cats 
Manganese Requirements in Dogs 
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) 
Milk Thistle 
Omega Fatty Acids in Cats 
Omega Fatty Acids in Dogs 
Perna canaliculus (Green-lipped Mussel) 
Phytochemicals 
Potassium Requirements in Cats 
Potassium Requirements in Dogs 
Prozyme 
Pyrethrin: A Natural Insecticide 
Rescue Remedy 
Seaweed/Sea Vegetables/Algae/Kelp 
Selenium Requirements in Cats 
Selenium Requirements in Dogs 
Shark Cartilage 
St. John's Wort 
Torula Yeast 
Vitamin A, D, E & K Requirements in Cats 
Vitamin A, D, E & K Requirements in Dogs 
Vitamin C and B Complex Requirements in Cats 
Vitamin C and B Complex Requirements in Dogs 
Vitamin Supplements for Cats 
Yucca 
Zinc Requirements in Cats 
Zinc Requirementsin Dogs 
Herbs, Supplements, and Vitamins