Moro soup: natural remedy for diarrhea


MORO SOUP: a natural remedy for diarrhea in dogs and cats

What do we get with this miraculous soup?

  • Stops gastroenteritis.
  • Eliminates diarrhea and improves intestinal flora.
  • Provides water to combat dehydration.
  • It prevents vomiting and any growth of harmful germs inside your intestine.
  • It also supplies pectin and coats the intestine to reduce inflammation.
  • It is suitable for diabetics.
  • It is suitable for humans.


  • 1L water
  • 500 g carrots
  • 1 level teaspoon of salt


  1. Wash and cut the carrots into small pieces and put them in a pot with a liter of water.
  2. Let it cook for 1 to 1.5 hours. When the water starts to boil, cover the pot and lower the heat to medium.
  3. Beat the carrots with the remaining cooking liquid until you get a puree. We add a little more water and salt.
  4. Let it cool and serve at room temperature.


Little by little over a few days (in 3-4 doses) to see how your furry body tolerates it. If you see that the diarrhea stops, you can continue with the recipe by adding some white meat, such as CRU Chicken. If your dog or cat already ate CRU and for some reason you had to switch him to dry food (due to going on vacation or leaving him in a nursing home), give him this soup for a few days and then start adding the CRU Chicken menu again. This way your furry friend will be well again and ready for his natural raw diet.


If your furry friend has any allergy or intolerance to carrots, do not use this recipe. We recommend taking your furry friend to the vet if the diarrhea does not stop within a couple of days. You can store it in the refrigerator for 3-4 days, but when you want to serve it to your furry friend, do it at room temperature. *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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