Turmeric paste, also known as “Golden Paste”, reduces inflammation in dog’s joints and body, benign tumors, and cancer. Turmeric also promotes heart and liver health, digestion, and it’s a natural detox.
This recipe is tailored to dogs that struggle with eating a regular turmeric paste recipe. Many dogs can be picky and refuse to eat turmeric paste. The natural peanut butter helps mask the bitter taste and smell. Cinnamon is added for its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial benefits. Cinnamon also helps dogs that have a rare case of a foul body odor after eating turmeric.
🍖This supplement can be fed to dogs that eat kibble, canned, or raw food.
🔸1.5 cup organic turmeric powder
🚰 3 cups of water
🥜 2 spoonfuls of natural peanut butter
▪️4.5 teaspoons ground black pepper
🥥 3/4 cup coconut oil
🍂 1/8 teaspoon ground Ceylon cinnamon
🥄 Mix 1.5 cups of organic turmeric powder and 3 cups of water into a pot on medium heat for 7 minutes. Then add 4.5 teaspoons of ground black pepper, 3/4 cup coconut oil, 1/8 teaspoon ground Ceylon cinnamon, and two spoonfuls of natural peanut butter (omit if your dog has an allergy to this).
🍯 Store 1/3 of this recipe in a mason jar and put in the fridge. Place the rest of the turmeric paste into silicon molds (equivalent to ice cube trays) and freeze. Once frozen, place cubes into a freezer zip lock bag.
🐶 Feed 1/4 teaspoon per 10 pounds of your pets body weight. Feed 4-5 times a week. If your dog has severe joint pain, you can feed turmeric daily.
☀️ Make sure that the turmeric powder is organic because it will contain more curcumin. Curcumin is the key component in turmeric that the majority of the benefits come from. Follow these steps and don’t just add turmeric powder by itself if you want the best results. (Visit our Facebook, The Primal Pet, if you want to pause the video)