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Essiac Tea for Pets

Can I give essiac tea to my pets?

Yes absolutely! We've seen many people over the years give their various pets essiac tea. If they weigh under 100 lbs you're going to want to check out the dosage chart below.

Keep in mind your pet may experience diarrhea when taking essiac tea. Make sure they have plenty of water throughout the day.

If you purchase our Dry Essiac Tea Herb Mix, after you've brewed the tea you can apply the herbs directly onto their skin if it's a skin condition you're trying to help.

The following dosage chart is based on our Essiac Tea Herb Mix (if you make the tea yourself) These amounts would be given twice daily.

Under 5 lbs (under 2.72kg): 0.75ml or 1/8 teaspoon

5 lbs (2.72kg): 1.25ml or 1/4 teaspoon

10 lbs (4.55kg): 2.5ml or 1/2 teaspoon

20 lbs (9.09kg): 5ml or 1 teaspoon

40 lbs (18.18kg): 15ml or 3 teaspoons

60 lbs (27.27kg): 20ml or 4 teaspoons

80 lbs (36.36kg): 25ml or 5 teaspoons

100+ lbs (45.46kg): 30ml or 6 teaspoons


The following dosage chart is based on our concentrated, premade essiac tea (it's half the amounts from above) These amounts would be given twice daily.

Under 5 lbs (under 2.72kg): 1/16 teaspoon

5 lbs (2.72kg): 1/8 teaspoon

10 lbs (4.55kg): 1/4 teaspoon

20 lbs (9.09kg):  1/2 teaspoon

40 lbs (18.18kg): 1 1/2 teaspoons

60 lbs (27.27kg): 2 teaspoons

80 lbs (36.36kg): 2 1/2 teaspoons

100+ lbs (45.46kg): 15ml or 3 teaspoons


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