Re: [CatVet] Re: Question: Echinacea use for cats
- Hi I know of a site that has a supplement that will help control feline rhinotracheitis virus. I give it to my cat when the FRV acts up and the systems are gone by the next day. The supplement is called Kitty Lix TM contains Glutathione the master antioxidant. Check out the site at www.pnscience.com . If you have any question about the product just email them or call. I am sure this product can help. God bless. Roe.
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Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2004 11:50 PM
Subject: [CatVet] Re: Question: Echinacea use for cats
I've found three sites that offer the kind of information you are
looking for. I'm sure there's lots more out there, though. I've
never used it, but I am considering it for one of my cats who has
feline rhinotracheitis virus and sheds it on a regular basis. His
symptoms are usually very mild (occasional sneezing), but every now
and then he has a more severe episode during which I usually give
him Nutrical (Nutripet) as a supplement to boost his immune system.
I hope this helps. I'm glad you mentioned that the liquid you have
is free of alcohol; benzyl alcohol is toxic to cats, and is often
present in essential oils found in health food stores.
--- In CatVet@yahoogroups.com, "gizmokatangel" <gizmokatangel@y...>
> Has anyone given echinacea to their cat? I understand that you
> only use it for 2 weeks and stop for a period of time. I need to
> the safe dosage - mg/KG cat's weight. I have 1000mg capsules (for
> myself) and liquid (free of alcohol). Can I calculate dose for cat
> from human dosage? Most important can anyone point me to
> for its use in cats?
> and the kitty gang +
> missing my angels Boo Boo Bear & CC
Pray for Peace.
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