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 Slipped Disk in Lower Back - My poor Delilah

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Do you know the mg, by chance?
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Oh no! I'm sorry to hear this Sad Poor girl, I hope all is well once things get back into a routine. At least you noticed and caught it now before it got worse!
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PostSubject: Re: Slipped Disk in Lower Back - My poor Delilah   Slipped Disk in Lower Back - My poor Delilah - Page 2 EmptyFri Nov 23, 2012 11:49 am

Megan have you heard anything about Chaga? I was in a naturalistic store last night looking for Boswellia actually and the man didnt have any, but he did have Chaga. He encouraged me to read up on it, it has a lot of good properties from what I have read, the problem is I want to make sure I get a quality product and not one that is missing key nutrients from its processing.
He sold Ozeida brand, and tells me its one of the best ones, the price is also the highest I have seen. I'm still researching.

I thought of Delilah when he was talking about it, it has very good anti-inflammatory agents. Maybe the vet knows if it is safe for dogs?
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