Soothe your cat’s stomach and normalize bowel function with these all-natural herbs, based on time-tested, traditional medicinal formulas.
This herbal tincture comprises of six carefully selected ingredients that work synergistically to achieve a pronounced effect on pathogens throughout your cat’s body.
Especially Yucca, widely used in its whole plant form, which acts as an anti-parasitic. In the concentrated herbal extract, yucca outperforms pharmaceutical drugs against Coccidia.
- Reduces inflammation
- Relieves gas
- Calms and tones the GI tract
- Expels parasites
- Relieves gastric discomfort
- Supports bowel function
- Resolves indigestion
- Calms nerves
- Soothes allergic skin conditions
- Minimizes throat infections
- Lowers acid levels
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.
4-6 drops for each 10 lbs of animal 2-3x per day