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Relieve Your Chicken Illness With The Power Of Turmeric


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We are about to give some herbal accounts for turmeric since lately everyone is discussing this family of ginger as a spice for holiday. The herbal benefits of the turmeric had already rooted way back in the ancient times that can cure inflammation and this is not just for humans but also good for animals as well.

Turmeric powder is yellow in color which contains curcumin that had been found scientifically to fight against cancer and heart attacks. This needs to be dried and ground into powder texture for convenient use and is a miraculous healer that had proven over time. Turmeric relieves German shepherd dogs with their joint pains by simply sprinkling it on their food to reduce the pain and compared to the steroid shots that most veterinarian would give to a dog to relieve their pain and swelling, the turmeric is a cheaper alternative that can be found on your kitchen.

Chickens and other poultry animals like ducks, birds, and geese also suffer and prone of injuries on their feet so we might as well to prepare and have some ready for treatment before it makes even worse and limits their mobility. It is also rich in Vitamin E, and it has antioxidant and antiseptic properties that could resist many serious illnesses of animals that sometimes could lead to their death. This will relieve indigestion and some injuries they got when predators and mouse attack them on their cage.


Important To Be Mindful Of Administering Turmeric For Poultry Animals

Though turmeric is known for its many health and herbal benefits, you should remember that excessive feeding can cause thinning of blood and slows the blood clotting that is why the recommended dosage is only 1 teaspoon for every 10 pounds weight. If your chicken does not yet reach that weight, then better divide it or you can settle for one-third or one-half of a teaspoon for safer treatment.


How To Treat Poultry Animals With Turmeric


You can simply whisk it with some coconut oil and add a brisk amount of pepper to the mixture and let it cool. Adding pepper to it will increase the chicken's absorption of nutrients in general and helps aid all stomach acids or you can have it mix with oatmeal and feed it to them. You can also add it in the scrambled egg as in this way, you can easily feed it to them. Incorporating turmeric into their diet once in a while will definitely multiply your poultry animals in fast numbers that you can keep and take care of. If unsure, you can always consult your veterinarian before administering any herbs to your animals.

4 comments:

  1. thanks for this post. i now have a better understanding on this

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  2. It will help in shedding weight. Turmeric is comprised of curcumin, which is connected to a lower in gallstones. turmeric tea recipe

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