- No Artificial Preservatives
- No Synthetic Flavors
- No Artificial Colors
- Made in the USA
- Powder, Herbal Tincture, Liquid
Active Ingredients: A proprietary blend of [Arabinogalactan (Larix laricina), L-Glutamine, Psyllium Seed Powder (Plantago ovata), Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra), BioCore Complete© , Pet Flora™, Diatomaceous Earth (food Grade), Zeolite (clinopilolite), Serrazimes®, Bromelain (Ananas comosus), Zinc-Carnison, Bentonite (montmorillonite)]
Inactive Ingredients: Tuna / Argentinean Beef Liver
Arabinogalactan While Arabinogalactan and its constituent parts are common in nature, the commercial extraction is taken from a Larch tree. It is water soluble and enhances immune competence. Arabinogalactan is a long chain polysaccharide containing arabinose and galactose monosaccharides. Arabinogalactan is actively fermented by intestinal microflora and is effective at increasing beneficial anaerobes such as those in Pet Flora.
L-Glutamine Peptide-bound form, amino acid, is the most easily assimilated form of L-Glutamine. This form is absorbed up to 20 times better than free form amino acids.
Lithothamnium calcified red seaweed product, is harvested from the purest waters off the S.W. coast of Ireland. It is absorbent and drying.
Diatomaceous Earth, Food Grade, powdered diatoms, composed of silica and calcium.
Slippery Elm An Herbal preparation made from the slippery inner bark of a type of elm tree. Slippery elm has been used for centuries in North America for medicinal purpose.
Psyllium Seed Powder The indigestible mucilage (active principle) is found both in the whole seed and the husk and swells when it comes in contact with water.
Beef Liver Powder is from Argentinian natural grass fed cows. These cows have never been on feed lots and freely roam the Pampas.
Lemon Balm Leaf, Yucca, Chamomile, Catnip, Skullcap, Licorice, 45% Organic Alcohol and 55% Distilled Water.
100% Pure Activated White Clay, A “Living Clay,” Consisting of 67 Minerals. Including; Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Maganese & Silica.
Feline Comfort Plus:
Mix with food or water. If mixing with dry food, add a splash of water or broth to wet the powder.
For every 20 lbs of animal, administer 1 tsp 2x daily until symptoms improve. Do not exceed 4 tsp per dose.
Continue 1x daily for optimum gastrointestinal health. If diarrhea/vomiting persists please email customer service for suggestions and support.
When introducing anything new to your animal start with a small amount. If your animal has no reaction or a positive reaction, raise the dose slowly until you have reached the suggested amount.
Feline Comfort has a high degree of acceptability with cats. If there is a problem with acceptability, mix into a liver paste and feed orally, or mix with water and administer with a syringe.
Feline Comfort is safe and beneficial to give every day.
Start with 2 drops in food or liquid 2x in the first day. With a positive response or no response raise dose to 4 drops for cats and 10 drops for dogs 2x daily. For severe cases of diarrhea and vomiting dosages may be as much as doubled.
Note: Never put a glass dropper in an animal’s mouth. Add directly to food or dilute with 5 parts water and use with a plastic syringe. When syringing, slowly inject into the side of the animal’s mouth. To achieve optimum effectiveness, administer GI Distress at least one hour separately from other Vitality Science remedies you may be using.
If you find that your cat or dog acts intoxicated after the initial dose then you will need to burn off the alcohol (cats are more likely to have this sensitivity). This is easily done by heating up a small glass in boiling water, remove the hot glass and add the amount of tincture that you wish to administer. The alcohol will burn off immediately and now the remaining liquid may be given to your cat or dog. Use caution when handling the hot glass.
Caution: Do not give to pregnant or nursing mothers. Do not use for more than four weeks on animals with serious liver conditions.
For every 10 lbs of animal administer 1/2 tsp daily.
If your animal has a deficiency in digestive juices then it should be given an hour apart from food. If your animal has hyper-acidity, then give with food. Test to find out if your animal is one or the other. If given separately from food and your animal throws up then he/she is hyper-acidic and Luxolite needs to be given with food.
Dosage may be increased as needed until desired effect is achieved. In acute cases it may be give as much as every hour.
If constipation occurs, temporarily discontinue use or give with fiber.
When introducing anything new to your animal start with a small amount. If your animal has no reaction or a positive reaction, then you may continue to raise the dose until you have reached the suggested amount.
Safe and beneficial for all animals and may be continued indefinitely.