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is rosemary harmful to dogs? - pet manufacturing process

by:Cailong     2019-08-17
is rosemary harmful to dogs?  -  pet manufacturing process
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This seemingly innocent herb, Rosemary, slammed at Internet dog forums around the world.
Nutritionists, veterinarians, scientists, and health organizations rarely have such a passionate debate topic.
Whether Rosemary is as harmful as some say-or as harmless as others say-brings confusion and frustration to dog owners who just want to know, they are providing a safe daily diet for their best friends.
In trying to clarify this issue, I have done a full study and investigation of this issue and that is what I found . . . . . . Why is Rosemary considered in all the arguments that dogs may have been treated as herbs for decades, if not for hundreds of years, apparently not adversely affected.
This may be true-but in reality, no one can say clearly that this is true, as this common cooking ingredient has not been questioned until now.
Before mass production of artificial dog food, dogs may have eaten Rosemary as leftovers from the table.
Such a small quantity, any short
The bad effects can be ignored or blamed on other things.
However, recent changes in dog food production and widespread global concern for dog food safety have caused a very specific problem, this has caused canine nutritionists and health scientists to ask questions about the use of this herb in this way.
Dog food packaged and processed has been produced using a variety of preservatives.
Many of the chemicals and artificial compounds used to preserve dog food have recently been declared unsafe.
Some are now completely banned from production, while others are now used with strict guidance and limited quantities.
This has led some manufacturers to consider alternative ways to preserve the products being produced, thus providing shelves for dog owners
The daily life they need to buy canned or dry food.
Rosemary has long been considered an excellent antioxidant, which for you and me means it is an effective preservative.
Dog food manufacturers have also recently recognized this, and many are now using some of the chemicals they used to use with herbs as additional "natural ingredients" to add flavor, they do a lot of publicity and advertising-in fact, they are really taking advantage of their antioxidant properties.
The direct result is that some dogs are now feeding Rosemary for every meal, and its concentration in the dog is now causing serious health problems, because the reported symptoms may link consumption of rosemary to a predictable disease.
While I have not found any evidence of how this herb affects credible scientific research in dogs, there are many canine nutritionists and scientists questioning the safety of rosemary oil and extract as ingredients for regular feeding processing dog food.
The history of the hebrom people is one of the oldest recorded plants used by human beings.
In ancient Egypt, Rosemary was placed on the coffin and tombstone as a memorial.
This custom continues throughout the Middle Ages and is spread across a variety of cultures, and even today, in Australia, people traditionally wear small branches to commemorate Anzac Day, where families will
From the Middle Ages, this herb is often placed under a pillow to eliminate nightmares, evil spirits and other forms of negative energy-people burn it at home to prevent the disease during the spread of black death.
Perhaps because of this custom, Rosemary is still a common ingredient in church incense.
The ancient Greeks and Romans used this herb for cooking and medicine around 500 BC.
Although it has a very long connection with humans, it was not until 1987 that scientists discovered that Rosemary has a preservation property (
Rutgers University, New Jersey).
In addition to improving the taste of foods such as lamb and fish, it is now also creatively used for the fragrance of perfumes and cosmetics, as well as for natural insect repellent, and the established role as an ingredient in a variety of homeopathy.
There are many medicinal and herbal treatments for medicinal plants.
It is often used to treat diseases of the digestive system, including heartburn and digestive gases, as well as various liver and gallbladder problems.
Historically, women used rosemary to control the amount of menstruation, and in documented cases women used rosemary to induce abortion.
This herb is the main ingredient of lotion and ointment used for the management and treatment of circulation problems, toothache, eczema and sciatica.
Rosemary is rich in calcium, iron, vitamin B6, and rat drug acid, which can fight free radical damage in the brain (
This is a potential treatment for Alzheimer's disease that is currently being studied).
The International Journal of Oncology reported that "rosemary extract from crude ethanol (RO)
There is a differential reaction
Proliferation of human leukemia and breast cancer cells
In addition, the journal Ophthalmology and Visual Science, led by Stuart. Lipton, M. D. , Ph. D.
Colleagues at Sandford
The Burnham Institute of Medical Research revealed that rosnetic acid extracted from rosemary can promote the improvement of eye health.
Of course, these are evidence of the interaction between humans and herbs.
Health and Food institutions believe it is safe in small doses, but in large doses or more concentrated extracts it produces cramps (seizures)
Vomiting, coma and edema, and miscarriage in pregnant women, as mentioned earlier.
The study conducted by the University of Maryland Medical Center concluded that Rosemary had an adverse effect on other drugs and interacted with other drugs, including anti-coagulation agents, ACE inhibitors, diuretics drugs and lithium (
The latter is usually used to treat mania.
Depression and other emotionsSwing obstacles).
If people take lithium as a drug for bi, they need to take professional advice
Polarity disorder, since rosemary can cause the lithium content in the body to rise to toxic levels, it is better to avoid this.
I would like to conclude from the above information that Rosemary seems to be a harmless, frequently used cooking ingredient, but it's kind of like a wolf in sheepskin, because if enough amount is consumed, it will have beneficial and serious adverse effects.
Most people will only sprinkle this herb on meat or fish, or as part of an occasional recipe, which means we can enjoy its flavor without any harmful or toxic effects.
But now the dog is forced.
Rosemary is fed for every meal as the manufacturer is using it to extend the shelf
Life of dog food.
While some dogs are able to cope with the slight neurological and circulatory changes it may cause, some other dogs have related susceptible diseases, dogs with impaired immune systems or dogs taking certain drugs, there may be serious consequences and adverse reactions.
The interaction between rosemary and dogs-evidence of dog food. co.
"Rosemary is widely regarded by herbalists as a natural stimulant," the UK said.
While this is good for most dogs, it is generally recommended not to use a Epilepsy dog suit, as this may increase the incidence or severity of seizures.
The site also explains that some nutritionists say Rosemary affects uterine function and menstrual flow and becomes dangerous when a dog is pregnant.
In conclusion, which dog food says: "If your dog is pregnant or prone to seizures, I usually recommend avoiding Rosemary.
The editor of dog food is a canine nutritionist with 10 years of experience.
The website of the highly respected dog food consultant said: ". . . We have never found any scientific research to link rosemary extract to seizures in dogs.
We only find its potential relationship with humans.
Then, only very few of the subjects were prone to seizures. ’SFGate.
Com said: "Rosemary is not listed on the list of toxic plants for dogs or cats of the American Association for the prevention of animal abuse, and is not considered toxic to pets.
However, it does contain volatile oils that, if eaten in large quantities, can cause stomach discomfort or depression in the nervous system.
Rosemary oil is sometimes used for aromatherapy or topical ointment.
It should not be taken from the inside by an animal or a person.
It may be worth noting that pet food labels sometimes cite rosemary oil (
Probably the same substance as warned above)
Is an ingredient in their products. Anna-Marija Helt, Dr. D.
The dog blog said, ". . . Purified rosemary essential oil is a very strong derivative of rosemary and is not suitable for anyone or animal who is prone to seizures, especially in high doses or
European Food Safety Agency (EFSA)has stated (2012)
It cannot comment on the safety and effectiveness of natural-sourced additive rosemary extract as a technical additive for dogs and cats.
As far as I know, the EFSA subsequently changed their position without any comments.
They cannot confirm that Rosemary is safe as an additive to dog food, as this ingredient has never been properly and scientifically tested.
Food and Drug Administration of the United States (FDA)
In 2007, concerns began about the use of rosemary in pet food as it realized that the extract concentration used by the manufacturer was very high.
The FDA veterinary center reported the same year that they contacted the animal food industry about the use of rosemary extract in animal diets.
Rosemary extract is generally considered safe (GRAS)
Used for seasoning, as shown in Title 21 of part 582 of the Code of Federal Regulations. 20.
As a condiment, rarely more than 50 mg per kilogram of product.
However, when the center recently realized that rosemary extract was used as an antioxidant that was significantly higher than the usage rate of condiments, these levels of rosemary extract caused animal safety problems, we expressed this concern in letters to several industry associations.
Since then, the FDA has no further reports, comments or reminders on this issue, and as far as I know, no follow-up reports
They expressed concern about the use of rosemary extract in dog food in 2007.
Although the public has a greater awareness of Rosemary being used as an antioxidant by many pet food manufacturers.
In conclusion, dog food manufacturers are increasingly using rosemary as an antioxidant in their products.
While this is a huge improvement to the previously used artificial and potentially toxic chemical preservatives, it also brings potential new and yet to be tested risks to dogs.
Rosemary has some valuable qualities-it can reduce the risk of cancer, help with neurological and circulatory disorders, and promote better digestion-but it may also increase the risk of seizures, causes abortion of pregnant dogs and has adverse effects with various veterinary drugs.
There doesn't seem to be any scientific research on the impact of rosemary on dogs, which seems to me extraordinary, especially because of the processed food we purchased, it is now fed to our best friends more extensively on a regular basis.
The Health and Safety Agency must now be in charge of this frustrating and confusing situation, hoping to start an appropriate and responsible investigation into this herb.
Dog owners should get a solid answer to their valid and disturbing concerns.
At the same time, if you have a dog with nervous system disease, prone to seizures, pregnancy or circulation system disease, kidney or liver condition . . . . . . I am cautious about any dog food with Rosemary listed in its ingredients.
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