Easy Go new is not a laxative. It gently normalizes and regulates gastrointestinal function. Easy go contains ingredients that are important to maintaining a healthy and effective digestive system. It also contains Aloe Vera, a soothing and cooling ingredient, helps to reduce occasional firm stools due to environmental stress and changes in diet, especially for those that drink little water. Easy to digest!
What is the difference between Easy Go New and Easy Go Original? Easy Go New replaces the ingredient Slippery Elm with Aloe Vera, a more hydrating ingredient.
Active-Aloe 200:1, Kiwi Concentrate, Arabinogalactan, and our Enzymes formula consisting of; Three proteases,
Amylase, Glucoamylase, Invertase, Alpha-Galactosidase, Lactase, Acid Maltase and Malt Diastase, Peptidase, Lipase, and Bromelain.
For every 10 lbs of animal administer a 1/2 tsp with food or liquid up to 4x daily until symptoms improve. If your animal is prone to constipation you may continue Easy-Go indefinitely to maintain regularity.
Easy-Go New has a wide latitude of safety, you may experiment to find the right dosage for your animal. Do not exceed 3 tsp per dose.
Do No Refrigerate.
The testimonials are presented for informational purposes only and are not intended as an endorsement of any product. The information is not intended to be a substitute for visits to your local veterinarian. Rather, the testimonials offer the reader information written by owners and/or veterinarians concerning animal health and products that have shown results.
“Hello, I wanted to write to tell you how wonderful your Easy Go product is! It is far superior to keeping my chronically constipated cat Sherlock regular…I was pretty surprised at how effective it was! (I teased my husband who sometimes has “problems” and said he should try it – can people use it?) (Editor: Yes.)
Sherlock was vomiting blood periodically and you said we had to stop the vomiting…a twice daily dose of the Treatment-Resistant protocol (syringing Luxolite, Feline Comfort, Soothing Solution, Lithothamnium, andHerbal Anti-Inflammatory) has worked wonders.
We stopped the Clavamox, the Pepcid, and also the carafate (which was to act as a “bandage” over any bleeding ulcer he might have).
My cat’s homemade diet is lightly cooked chicken in its own plain broth, with a little pumpkin mixed in.
Thanks again for your great products – I tell all my pet owner friends about them. ”