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GI Distress For Cats

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  • Herbal tincture
  • Helps support a healthy gastrointestinal tract
  • Supports a healthy inflammatory response.

$39.95

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Soothe your cat’s stomach, and normalize bowl function with these all-natural herbs, based on time-tested, traditional medicinal formulas.

If you feel as though your cat needs an even more comprehensive program try our TRD&V Protocol for Cats – 3 Part Package.


Carefully Selected Ingredients:
 
Dionaea Muscipula/Venus Fly Trap: Venus Fly Trap is one of the fascinating secrets of the nutraceutical world to promote a healthy immune system.

Yucca: Yucca schidigera is a medicinal plant native to Mexico. Yucca powder and yucca extract are used as animal feed additives.

Matricaria recutita (German Chamomile) is used medicinally against sore stomach, and as a gentle sleep aid

Nepeta cataria (Catnip) Catnip tea was the most commonly consumed herbal beverage in Europe prior to the importation of teas from the orient. Consuming Catnip tea has long been used in traditional herbal medicine to quell digestive disturbances. While the smell produces a harmless high for felines, consuming the extract is beneficial for felines, and canines. Catnip contains considerable quantities of vitamins C and E, both excellent antioxidants. The primary phytochemicals, nepetalactone isomers, are mild sedatives, somewhat like the active ingredients in valerian.

Scutellaria lateriflora (Skullcap) is an herb from the mint family. Antispasmodic: The herb can help minimize throat infections, headaches from stress, neuralgia and after-effects of incessant coughing.

Licorice: is known as The Great Harmonizer because of its ability to make all other herbs work more effectively. Licorice is the second most prescribed herb in China. Rhizomes in Licorice have a high mucilage content which, when mixed with water or used in cough drops, soothes irritated mucous membranes. Today, herbal preparations containing Licorice Root are used to lower acid levels and coat the stomach wall with a protective gel.


Ingredients

Active Ingredients: A proprietary blend of [Dionaea Muscipula (Venus Fly Trap), Schidigera (Yucca), Glycyrrhiza glabra (Licorice), Scutellaria lateriflora (Skullcap), Matricarnia recutita (Chamomile, German), Nepeta cataria (Catnip)]

Inactive Ingredients: Organic Alcohol, Glycerin


Carefully Selected Ingredients:
Dionaea Muscipula/Venus Fly Trap: Venus Fly Trap is one of the fascinating secrets of the nutraceutical world to promote a healthy immune system.

Yucca: Yucca schidigera is a medicinal plant native to Mexico. Yucca powder and yucca extract are used as animal feed additives.

Matricaria recutita (German Chamomile) is used medicinally against sore stomach, and as a gentle sleep aid

Nepeta cataria (Catnip) Catnip tea was the most commonly consumed herbal beverage in Europe prior to the importation of teas from the orient. Consuming Catnip tea has long been used in traditional herbal medicine to quell digestive disturbances.

While the smell produces a harmless high for felines, consuming the extract is beneficial for felines, and canines.

Catnip contains considerable quantities of vitamins C and E, both excellent antioxidants. The primary phytochemicals, nepetalactone isomers, are mild sedatives, somewhat like the active ingredients in valerian.

Scutellaria lateriflora (Skullcap) is an herb from the mint family. Antispasmodic: The herb can help minimize throat infections, headaches from stress, neuralgia and after-effects of incessant coughing.

Licorice: is known as The Great Harmonizer because of its ability to make all other herbs work more effectively. Licorice is the second most prescribed herb in China. Rhizomes in Licorice have a high mucilage content which, when mixed with water or used in cough drops, soothes irritated mucous membranes. Today, herbal preparations containing Licorice Root are used to lower acid levels and coat the stomach wall with a protective gel.

 

  • No Artificial Preservatives
  • No Synthetic Flavors
  • No Artificial Colors
  • Made in the USA
  • Tincture

Directions

Administer orally.

4-6 drops for each 10 lbs of animal 2-3x per day

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Review of GI Distress For Cats

After much experimentation with your products, I am happy to say Tiny is finally doing better. Although she continues to have diarrhea, it is no longer explosive and she is able to keep it the litter box. I no longer have to follower her around with my rug cleaning spray and paper towels. The Luxolite and Feline Comfort Plus, had either no or negative effects.

What has worked is 6-7 drops of GI Distress and 1 pill of Lithothamnium with each of her two daily feedings.

I have also determined that she intolerant to all wet chicken based foods, so she gets only turkey or salmon cat food now.

Thank you for your help and sending me the Lithothamnium, it has had a positive impact for Tiny and me.

Michael Breitner

5/5
Review of GI Distress For Cats

I just wanted to commend you on your business’ level of customer care and service. I developed a business in 2001 from the ground up and have always ensured that customer service was one of the core pillars of my business. Doing right by our clients has lead us t great success (and I don’t mean financial success only). As my business grew, I have had to deal with LOTS of vendors both in my personal and professional life and became very surprised how often I dealt with terrible customer service and terribly managed businesses. Exceptional companies were an exception.

I just want to let you know that your business is the EXCEPTION with customer service.

I am still hopefully optimistic that my new protocol with Max will successfully help him. He still has diarrhea BUT his appetite is SLOWLY returning and I think adding the GI Distress is taking the edge of the ‘bacteria war’.

Noelle Perez

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