Online Workshop 2022 Registration:

Phytotherapy for digestive problems in dogs and horses

Please register here by October 17, 2022, to secure your exclusive place in the premiere of the second installment of our online workshop series. Participation in the workshop is free of charge.


What is the online workshop about?

Pet owners are increasingly showing an interest in traditional medicine, such as phytotherapy. They often place particular value on closeness to nature and are markedly more accepting of phytotherapeutic supplements. After all, using medicinal herbs is in no way limited to humans. For pets such as dogs and horses, using plants as supplementary feed can also play a valuable role in preventing disease and improving well-being and quality of life.

When it comes to treating digestive problems in dogs and horses phytotherapeutically, five medicinal plants have proven their worth: turmeric, frankincense, licorice root, yarrow and marshmallow root, all of which will be introduced in our online workshop with speaker presentation. In the presentation, our speaker will describe how they work, the scientific data supporting this and where these plants might be used.

How do I access the workshop?

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email and then the link and login details to the event area on our website at a later date.

The workshop recording, which we expect to be around 45 minutes long, and accompanying documents will be available on our homepage from October 25 to November 8, 2022.
As a company (customer/interested party) you will also be able to contact us, request offers and samples and submit questions via the platform.

Information on Part 1 of this series from 2021, “Phytotherapeutic treatments for orthopedic pain in dogs and horses”, can be found here:

The speaker Katja Görts

(Practicing veterinarian)

Katja Görts graduated from the University of Veterinary Medicine in Hanover in 1999 and is certified in Chinese phytotherapy, acupuncture and chiropractic. Since 2009, Görts has been running a holistic veterinary practice where she primarily treats horses as well as small animals (

She delivers seminars and conference presentations all over the world on traditional Chinese medicine and phytotherapy and is President-Elect of the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS).


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    Event Organization:

    For organizational questions regarding the online workshop, please contact:

    Tina Kautler
    Marketing & Corporate Communications

    Kräuter Mix GmbH – Passion for Plants

    Dried natural plant materials have been our passion since 1919. The quality and safety of our products and services are the number one priority in our family-run business. Whether medicinal plants, culinary herbs, dried vegetables or spices, our extensive product range offers everything you could need to ensure a balanced diet for your pets and livestock.

    Passion for Plants stands for what lies close to our heart: expert advice and excellent service as well as high levels of food and feed safety.


    Kräuter Mix GmbH
    Wiesentheider Str. 4
    97355 Abtswind

    Our sales managers for pet food look forward to hearing from you:

    Tanja v. Zitzewitz

    Hanna Zier