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For veterinary herbal care, American Ginseng can aid geriatric dogs with physical weakness and enhance vitality and cognitive functions. Consider adding herbs in the form of dried, decoction, or tinctures into their daily diet. This herb has been used in Western Herbal Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Cherokee Indian medicine as a rejuvenate, adaptogen, and mild stimulant.
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