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Pets are more than just animals. They are cherished members of the family who deserve the best possible care. One way to ensure their well-being is through the use of natural remedies and supplements, such as MicroZeoGen, which is also known as clinoptilolite. This mineral is a type of zeolite that has a porous structure and is formed from volcanic ash. It has gained popularity in recent years due to its ability to absorb toxins and impurities. We will now shortly introduce you to this unique ingredient.

Where is Zeolite found and how it's made into MicroZeoGen?
Where is Zeolite found and how it's made into MicroZeoGen?

Familiarity with zeolite began many centuries ago. People noticed that sick animals would come to a certain place in the mountains and lick the rocks, after which they would recover. As it turned out later, there was a lot of zeolite in those places, which acted like a medicine for the body.​

Whilst our journey with MicroZeoGen began with insight from the distinguished European professor, Pavelić Krešimir, renowned for his expertise and tenure as a scientific advisor. He was the visionary founder of the Department of Molecular Medicine in Zagreb, as well as the Department of Biotechnology at the University of Rijeka, and served as a vice-dean at the School of Medicine, University of Pula. 

To get the maximum benefit from zeolite ​we micronize it using the Tribomechanical method of micronization and activation.​ Grinding zeolite raw material, which is 30-50 microns in size results in the grinding of the mineral by hitting one particle against another, without damaging their molecular structure.​ In this way, the surface area of ​​the material increases, while increasing the efficiency of all functions up to 50%.​

The first experience with Microzeogen
The first experience with Microzeogen

It was first introduced to the breeder, cynologist, groomer Janita J. Plungė by a famous European professor, Pavelić Krešimir, who is a scientific advisor and full professor in tenure. At first, Janita was hesitant to try it, but after giving it to her 10-year-old black poodle named Vija, who was losing her hair, had cataracts, lost her appetite, and had painful joints. She was pleasantly surprised by the results. Mixing MicroZeoGen powder with the poodle's food daily for 2 months helped her to recover. Her cataract almost disappeared, she regained her energy, her fur started to grow back. After a year, Vija was even entered in a dog show where she won the Veteran class! 

After this success, it was decided that this miracle mineral must be added to the compositions of Nature’s Protection dry food line – which was just about to see the light of day.

How is Microzeogen beneficial?
How is Microzeogen beneficial?

Microzeogen offers a range of benefits for pets, including its detoxification capabilities, which allow it to absorb and eliminate toxins, heavy metals, and impurities from the body. This, in turn, can help to promote overall health and reduce the risk of chronic diseases in pets. Additionally, Microzeogen can improve digestive health by removing harmful substances from the gut and reducing digestive issues such as diarrhea, vomiting, and bloating. It also has anti-inflammatory properties that can help to reduce inflammation, which is a major cause of many health problems in pets, including arthritis and skin problems. By improving overall health, Microzeogen can also strengthen the immune system, making pets less susceptible to illness and disease. Moreover, Microzeogen powder can be used to immediately stop bleeding in wounds, scratches, or after cutting a pet's nail too short, making it a powerful tool for pet owners to have on hand.

When to use MicroZeoGen? 

Microzeogen powder combined with calcium food supplement is particularly useful in the following scenarios: 

If a pet has consumed something from the ground or human food from the table, and there are concerns it may be poisonous or harmful.
When a pet has diarrhea, even for puppies/kittens from the age of 5 days.
In cases of gastric cytosis or poisoning in pets.
To promote quick healing of minor wounds and to eliminate toxins.
For the improvement of healing for large wounds and cuts.
To strengthen bones and increase bone density.
To enhance digestion and nutrient absorption.
To boost metabolism.

There are different types of clinoptilolite forms available such as powders, granules, and capsules, which can be added to pet food, sprinkled on treats, or given directly as a supplement to pets.

To provide pet owners with an easy and convenient way to give their dogs the benefits of clinoptilolite, our Nature's Protection brand incorporates it as a component in our dry pet food and treats. Therefore, we suggest switching to Nature's Protection food line to ensure that your pet gets all the health advantages of clinoptilolite in their everyday diet.

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Feeding recommendations:
it is recommended to mix the feed supplement with the pet's food. Use only a dry, clean spoon to scoop up the powder


Puppies and adult dogs: ½ teaspoon (2 grams)/10 kg of body weight, but not more than 2 teaspoons per day.
For kittens: ¼ teaspoon (1 gram) per day.
For adult cats: ½ teaspoon (2 grams)/3-8 kg body weight.