Trace Minerals Concentrate

  1. Natural Topical Aid Kit (First Aid)

    Topical Aid Kit All Products in the Topical Aid Kit Are Full Size and available for individual refill purchase as you run out. Natural-minded people know that there are many ways to address health using ingredients provided by Mother Nature. Dynamite's Topical Aid Kit is a combination of our six most popular topical products that have been thoughtfully created out...
  2. Dyna Spark Helps the Medicine Go Down!

    Dyna Spark is Another great Dynamite product to keep on the shelf! Sugar came home from the vet clinic on Monday with several oral medications to continue treatment through this week. They IV'd her meds because they couldn't get her to eat the powdered forms very well. She is very difficult about being syringed anything and I really didn't want...
  3. 19 Years Old, Awesome Hooves and DYNAMITE!

    "Daisey will be 19 years old in two weeks and looks better than ever. The first things I noticed on the Dynamite Foundation Program was hoof and coat improvements. Her hooves used to be weak and crack, she also had itchy skin. We used to say, “Farrier should be coming soon, Daisey’s hooves are terrible.” Now the farrier visits creep...
  4. Trace Minerals Vs. Pocket Knife Wound

    Trace Minerals Vs. Pocket Knife Wound
    Last night I was summoned downstairs to a request for help from my 10 year old son, Lane. When I didn't respond immediately there was a more urgent request. As I got downstairs I followed the trail of blood all over the kitchen, the counter, the sink, the knife, and the bottle of Trace Mineral Concentrate. By that point, Lane...
  5. Tia’s Injury and Recovery with Trace Minerals

    Tia wound prior to using the Trace Minerals Concentrate This past summer my mare had a run in with a hose holder.  It put a small hole in her nose and required stitches on the inside of her mouth.  The vet put her on Sulfa antibiotics and it seemed to be healing. About two weeks later, her lymph nodes...
  6. From Stray to Stay — Gus is One Dynamite Cat

    From Stray to Stay — Gus is One Dynamite Cat
    Here is a success story about a cat named Gus. A few years ago we noticed a stray / feral cat coming into our garage at night to dine on our house cat's Dynamite Premium Feline Cat Food. As soon as he would see us, he would race away, never giving us the chance to even look at his face...
  7. Trace Minerals Concentrate (TMC)– The Little Bottle With a Powerful Punch

    Trace Minerals Concentrate (TMC)– The Little Bottle With a Powerful Punch
    What is Trace Minerals Concentrate? Trace minerals are chromium, copper, fluoride, iodine, iron, manganese, molybdenum, selenium, zinc and more... They are considered trace minerals because your body needs them in smaller amounts—fewer than 20 mg a day. Minerals in a colloidal form have proven themselves to assist in tissue healing and general health. Dynamite's product, Trace Minerals Concentrate (TMC), is...
  8. Dynamite Topical Aid for an Accident Prone Dog

    Dynamite Topical Aid for an Accident Prone Dog
    Rex is our four-legged kid that, if he were a human, would be covered in Bandaids constantly. He is a rescue puppy that is half Australian Shepard and half Border Collie and has the energy of 5 dogs. When we adopted him at the age of one, he came to us with various abrasions, scraps, scabs and cuts. This was...
  9. Dynamite First Aid for Husband's Hand Wound

    Dynamite First Aid for Husband's Hand Wound
    My husband and I do a lot of work alone, so safety is always on our minds.  Since we work in two of the most dangerous occupations – horses and logging – safety is even more important. Through the years I’ve treated more wounds on my ponies than I have on my husband, so it was a bit alarming when...
  10. Iditarod Champion Has Dynamite Dogs

    Iditarod Champion Has Dynamite Dogs
    This year a new speed record was set in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Alaska. The previous record was shattered by more than 5 hours by our “Dynamite dogs”, who just won their second Iditarod in three years. They now own the fastest Iditarod time in history, finishing in 8 days, 13 hours, 4 minutes, and 19 seconds...

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