Milk Thistle Suports detoxification and Promotes Liver Health (Liver Disease in Cats Vetisse)

Milk thistle is a herb that modern science seems to find effective.

It is a plant which has been used since ancient times as a remedy for liver damage because it successfully regenerates liver cells Milk thistle is named for the milky substance which is released when the leaves of this plant are crushed.

The active component of this substance is named silymarin. Silymarin is a group of flavonoids which aid in the recovery of liver cells damaged by toxic substances, and help protect existing regenerated cells from becoming damaged.

Silymarin is a strong, potent antioxidant; it is stronger than vitamins C and E, which cause it to have significant cancer fighting characteristics. In clinical studies, silymarin was found to be effective against fighting cat liver disease.

In cats, it is used to improve conditions including viral feline hepatitis, the degenerative effects to the liver caused by cat cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, fatty liver, and gallbladder stone prevention.

Common side effects of the product Milk Thistle in humans were mild stomach upset and diarrhea. If these side effects occur in your cat, you can prevent the reoccurrence of them by reducing the dosage. As for the dosages they are determined by referring to the weight of your cat.

If your cat is between 0 to 25lbs the dose is 1ml. If your pet is between 26 to 50lbs the dose is 2ml. If your pet is between 51 to 75lbs the dose is 3ml. If your pet is over 76lbs the dose is 4ml. See your cat’s veterinarian to ensure this remedy is right for your pet.

Be sure to provide your pet with Milk Thistle orally two times a day in order to improve your pet’s health. Do not give Milk Thistle to your cat if it is pregnant or nursing their young.

Always talk to your veterinarian before giving Milk Thistle because interactions may occur if your pet is on certain medications or has certain health conditions.

Main Ingredients Include:

  • Milk Thistle seed (Silybum marianum)

Non-Medical Ingredients Include:

  • Purified Water

Milk thistle is a plant which has been used since ancient times as a remedy for liver damage because it successfully regenerates liver cells. Milk thistle is named for the milky substance which is released when the leaves of this plant are crushed.

The active component of this substance is named Silymarin. Silymarin is a group of flavonoids which aid in the recovery of liver cells damaged by toxic substances, and help protect existing regenerated cells from becoming damaged.

Silymarin is a strong, potent antioxidant; it is stronger than vitamins C and E, which cause it to have significant cancer fighting characteristics. In clinical studies, silymarin was found to be effective against fighting liver disease in dogs.

Be sure to provide your pet with Milk Thistle orally two times a day in order to improve your pet’s health. Common side effects of Milk Thistle found in humans were mild stomach upset and diarrhea.

If these side effects occur in your dog, you can prevent the reoccurrence of them by reducing the dosage. As for the dosages they are determined by referring to the weight of your dog. If your dog is between 0 to 25lbs the dose is 1ml.

If your dog is between 26 to 50lbs the dose is 2ml. If your dog is between 51 to 75lbs the dose is 3ml. If your dog is over 76lbs the dose is 4ml. See your dog veterinarian to ensure this product is right for your pet. 

Do not give Milk Thistle to your dog if it is pregnant or nursing their young. Always talk to your veterinarian before giving Milk Thistle because interactions may occur if your pet is on certain medications or has certain health conditions.