You take good care of your own health through a healthy
diet and supplementation, so why not do the same for your beloved
companion animals? Ideal for any mammal (including hamsters, mice,
ferrets and other critters!), Green Mush is an extremely potent and
comprehensive array of nature’s most nutritive and cleansing
superfoods, grown and processed to maximize their benefits for your
companion animals’ health. Organically grown, Green Mush is unlike
traditional multi-vitamin/mineral products as it is exceptionally
absorbable and contains thousands of phytonutrients, protein, and
amino acids. Either mix with the usual food the animal will eat or
follow the easy recipe on back of the bottle and you’ll be doing
all you can to offer optimal health for your companions. 100% of
profits from this supplement are donated to animal rescue!
Available in 5 oz. bottle for $27.99, and 10 oz. bottle for
Ingredients: Whole leaf barley and wheat grasses,
spirulina, broken cell wall chlorella, horsetail herb, nettle leaf,
burdock root, alfalfa leaf juice, dandelion leaf juice, kamut grass
juice, barley grass juice, oat grass juice, sea vegetables (Nova
Scotia dulse and Icelandic kelp), carob pod, Nopal cactus, plant
source digestive enzyme complex (protease, amylase, lipase,
cellulase, alpha-galactosidase, bromelain, papain), CoQ10 (40mg per
9.5g or 13.4g per teaspoon), ginger root. Also contains a
comprehensive probiotic mixture of beneficial organisms including
A. Agilis, L. Acidophilus, R. Arrhizus, DDS-I Acidophilus, Bifidus,
L. Bulgaricus, A. Brasilienese, B. Brenis, P. Chrysosporium, A.
Citreus, L. Casei, P. Calcis, S. Cellulase, P. Denitrificans, S.
Faecium, S. Fradiae, P. Flourescens, A. Globiformis, S.
Griseoflavus, P. Gelatic, B. Lipolyticum, A. Luteus, A. Lipoferum,
A. Lwofii, B. Laterosporous, P. Marinoglutionsa, B. Macerans, P.
Nigraclens, P. Putida, L. Plantarum, B. Pumilus, B. Polymyxa, B.
Stationis, L. Salivarius, B. Subtilus, B. Succinogenes, A. Simplex,
B. Subtilus, S. Thermopolis, A. Terreus, M. Verrucaria, T. Viride,
From Leslie of Maine, Maine on 4/30/2013.
I just wanted to add a little bit to my earlier review on Green Mush titled: "Dogs obsessed with it!". I don't have to mix anything to the Green Mush but a little water - very easy to use. The steamed broccoli I added at first was to just get the dogs to try it. Now my older dog is 15 1/2 and still going strong :) and still obsessed with Green Mush!
Dogs obsessed with it!
From Leslie of Maine, Maine on 7/26/2012.
I thought at first that my dogs would be finicky about this green mush stuff. The first time I gave it to them I made sure to mix in some of their favorite greens - steamed broccoli, just to entice them to eat it. Well, they devoured it. Now my older dog won't let us forget to give him his "greens" (as we call it). He gets all crazy at Greens time and spins and hops and "pesters" us until we give him his nightly wonderment - Green Mush! Oh, by the way he is a 14 1/2 year old pointer mix and these greens have been very good for him. Our other dog loves getting her "Greens" (Green Mush) too : )) she is just a bit more subtle about it : )
From Cathy of Ledyard, Connecticut on 4/1/2012.
My elderly rat was going downhill, losing weight and hardly able to walk. I started giving him Green Mush and now, several months later, he's perky, can actually CLIMB up the cage and has gained all the weight back! My rats all LOVE this stuff. I mix it with baby ceral and add things like mashed banana and yogurt. The change in my rat is amazing and I will continue to use Green Mush with ALL my rats!
From Julie Brydon of Duarte, California on 3/13/2011.
My rats love this stuff. We mix it with organic apple sauce and a little dab of organic olive oil. I've noticed their fur has gotten softer and shinier since eating green mush. It was actually created for rats (though it works for other animals) which is pretty neat. I highly recommend it. From what I hear, dogs love it too!
My rabbit loves it!
From Ros of Sunderland, England on 3/13/2011.
My rabbit had some of this shortly before a dental when her mouth was hurting and appetite poor. She adored it. We have a formula called Recovery Diet here in the UK that is meant to be for ailing small pets but it clogs syringes and they aren't so keen on it...but this flowed well through the syringe and she ate it VERY readily. I wholeheartedly recommend it and will continue to use it. Shipping was fast, too.
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