Hibiscus and Honey
Energising in the winters, very rich in Vitamin C. Antidepressant, manages high BP, lowers cholesterol, Honey is very high in antioxidants, great for warding off a cough and cold.
Mandarin White Tea
Warm citrus feeling; White tea is the richest in Anti-Oxidants as compared to any other tea namely Green Tea, Black Tea or Oolong. Top of the ladder for overall wellness, zero caffeine, can be reused up to 2 times within 24 hours. Great for weight loss and immunity.
Mild spa-like treatment through a cup; therapeutic, delicious, nourishing, good for hair and skin. Vann tulsi is very rare and it’s the purest form of Tulsi, excellent for overall health.
Humans have used herbs and spices to add flavour to their food and to treat ailments for thousands of years. So, it should not be surprising that there are many herbs and spices that are good for dogs.
Holistic medicine for dogs includes the use of herbs and spices to treat wounds, ameliorate and remedy ailments and diseases. Allopathic veterinary medicine is by nature a discipline that is designed to excel at emergency medicine, whereas day-to-day health – diet, nutrition, wellness is not the traditional realm of allopathic medicine.
Herbs and spices offer a natural and effective nurturing, that can be used to uplift the overall wellness of many animals on a daily basis.
Decaf Green tea
Full of antioxidants minus the caffeine. Promotes overall wellness.
Aids healthy heart and circulation, lower’s BP, strengthens weak heart muscle. Ideal for senior dogs to help protect them against heart deterioration.
Benefits the immune system; assists in preventing infection & disease in the oral cavity; improves appetite & digestion; reduces gas.
Aromatic and purifying herb, with notable anti infective properties, keeps mouth & throat healthy and free of odour.
Shown to minimise reactions of insect bites, eczema, symptoms of allergies. Iodine and iron makes it good for nutritional support and pigmentation.
Rich in flavonoids that help relieve stress, promotes healthy blood flow, immune system and lowers BP.
Helps maintain weight and condition.
Deodorising effect on the mouth and digestive tract; also helps relieve symptoms of cough, nasal & sinus congestion.
Aids food absorption, toothache, ulcers, gum infections and reduces gas.
Strengthens the body’s defence against diseases and acts as a flee repellant.
Mild diuretic; high in anti oxidants; helps cleanse blood and liver.
Q: Is it safe?
A: All our blends are made using herbs that are deemed safe for animal consumption. To make sure of this, commissioned an investigative report that means they are classed as ‘veterinary approved as safe’. If you have any specific concerns over whether to give these products to your dog, or if they would conflict with any medication they are currently on, you can always seek advice from your vet. We DO NOT recommend giving of the blends to puppies and pregnant or nursing dogs.
Q: Can’t I just give my dog normal tea or regular herbal teas?
A: What you choose to give your dog is ultimately up to you. Lots of people do give their dogs tea, even with milk and sugar but this isn’t something we would recommend. Caffeine is not good for dogs and milk is very hard on their digestive system. As for sugar…. words fail us on that one we’re afraid, other than please don’t give your dog sugar! BOW-WOW blends have been specially designed for a dog’s general well being, with each herb added having a specific purpose.
Q: Isn’t this just another gimmick?
A: No! Absolutely not. Whilst the idea of giving your dog a cup of herbal tea might sound mad, there are huge health benefits to supplementing your dogs diet with key vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. By infusing these herbs in hot water, you can ensure all the lovely goodness is being extracted from them. If you still feel a little sceptical, don’t take our word for it – try it to believe it!
Q: What if my dog doesn’t like to drink much?
A: Some of our customers have this issue and have already contacted us to say that they now pour the infusion (without the cold water top-up) onto their dog’s meal. is way they are still going to gain all the nutrients and benefits from the brew. If you choose to serve it this way, please ensure you DO NOT SERVE HOT. Wait until the infusion has fully cooled before giving to your dog.
Q: My dog is on medication, can they still have BOW-WOW Tea?
A: Whilst our blends are veterinary approved as safe, we would always recommend discussing this with your vet before to make sure it will not conflict with any medication your dog might be on.
Q: I have more than one dog, how much should I use?
A: Some of our current customers do use one bag between two or three dogs but we would
always recommend one teabag bag per dog per day, ensuring that the bag is allowed to infuse
as noted on the brewing instructions, to get the maximum bene t.
Q: What recommendations are made when using BOW-WOW products?
A: BOW-WOW seek external advice from a team of experts, including veterinary surgeons, who advise the following: It is not essential, but is recommended, that dogs are over 4 months old before starting any supplement product because their immune and digestive systems may be immature before this age. If your dog is pregnant or nursing, or suffers from a chronic, long-term illness or disease you may wish to seek advice from your veterinary surgeon before using this product alongside other medication. Please remember this product is a herbal supplement only and should not be used to directly replace normal nutrition or medicine prescribed from a veterinary surgeon
White tea is the queen of teas. The least processed and rarest of all teas. It contains a high amount of anti-oxidants and least quantity of caffeine.Due to its amazing taste, a wide variety of flavours and numerous health benefits, it is slowly becoming a hot favourite.It is made from young tea buds that are picked and dried in the sun without being fired or rolled.
Some of the popular varieties of white tea are listed below:-
Mint White Tea –Mint is the flavour of the season. It consists of select White Peony tea and peppermint leaves. This tea with superlicious taste, prepared by evenly mixing fresh cut mint leaves is a must try. It has a calming effect on the muscles and stomach. Also, these are natural and effective decongestant that can aid in treating a sore throat. Thus, making it a remarkably healthy option.
Silver Needle White tea – Another variant of white tea is the finest one made up of silvery white buds. It is a truly delightful drink. It offers a delicate, light, and slightly sweet flavour that sets your mood for the day.Silver Needle white tea can only be harvested in early spring before the tea buds have turned into leaves.
Jasmine White tea – One of the most fragrant teas made of high-quality white tea leaves. It is blended several times with freshly picked jasmine blossoms. The remarkable and pure fragrance in is purely from natural jasmine blossom. Jasmine tea is powerful antimicrobial and bacteria fighter, kills E. coli and other harmful agents in the digestive tract, prohibits dental cavities.
Cinnamon and Cardamom White tea– This truly revitalizing white tea is another magical flavour. For the spice lovers, the smooth, pleasant tea base mixed with a number of spices offers a perfect taste. The well-balanced flavour composition is a treat to the soul.
Chamomile tea– It is derived from chamomile flower, golden in color and has an appetizing, fruity flavour. This delightful herbal remedy simplifies various health-related concerns such as intestinal and stomach disorders, anxiety, insomnia, mouth ulcers etc.
Ginger Lemongrass tea– Ginger with the flavour of lemongrass is a hit in this chilling season.This is soothing and has a yummy citrus flavour. Ginger and lemongrass tea have the potential to lower risk of chronic diseases, including cancer, helps in weight loss and reduces inflammation.Thus, an excellent beverage choice this winter to remain healthy.