Healing with "Golden Paste" (turmeric paste)


HEALING WITH "GOLDEN PASTE" (turmeric paste)

Why do you need to do this for your furry friend?

Golden Paste or turmeric paste is a homemade food supplement that provides a set of health benefits for dogs (and also for humans, cats, and other animals). It is made with very few ingredients, and its preparation only takes 10 minutes. Once made, it is mixed with your furry dog's food daily. If you haven't heard of the benefits of turmeric, here are some of them: ✔️It is a powerful antioxidant ✔️It is a natural and effective anti-inflammatory ✔️Can help prevent and even treat cancer ✔️Protects the liver from toxins ✔️And much more!


  • 60 gr ground organic turmeric
  • 250-375 ml of distilled water
  • 2 tsp freshly ground black pepper
  • 70 ml cold pressed coconut oil


  1. Mix turmeric with water in a saucepan.
  2. Start with 250 ml of water and add more if necessary.
  3. Heat the mixture over medium/low heat, and in about 7-10 minutes, it will form a fine paste.
  4. If the paste is very liquid, add a pinch more turmeric, and heat it for a few more minutes.
  5. Add the pepper and oil to the pasta, and mix well.
  6. Once the mixture is cold, pour it into a container and keep it in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.


You can add the golden turmeric paste directly to your furry friend's meals by mixing it with a little water or kefir. Most dogs don't care about the taste! ?Small dogs: start with approximately 1/4 teaspoon per day ?Medium dogs: start with 1/2 teaspoon daily ?Large dogs: start with 3/4 teaspoon daily ?Giant dogs: start with 1 teaspoon per day You can increase the amount over a period of two to three weeks, from there, up to about a tablespoon for larger dogs. ?EYE! Animals may go through a detox when adding turmeric to their diet for the first time, and if there are signs of loose stools or an upset stomach, the dose may need to be reduced to 1/8 teaspoon or so, for a longer period. long. Turmeric is discarded by the body quickly, so it is better to give smaller amounts several times a day, rather than a larger one just once. *This article has been written based on our knowledge and unconditional love for dogs and cats, but at no time does it replace the advice of a veterinarian. The CRU will be happy to try to resolve any questions you may have, but if your pet suffers from any pathology, we recommend that you consult with a registered veterinarian. Share:


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