Rx Renal Feline 120 Capsules or Powder
Supports Normal Kidney Function
Chronic renal failure is extremely common in domestic cats and is in fact the leading cause of death for domestic cats. Certain breeds are more at risk than others with Abyssinian, Siamese, Persian, Russian blue, and Burmese cats being the most at risk for chronic renal failure.
There are a number of herbs and nutrients that help to support and promote renal function and health. Asparagus root, milk thistle, green tea extract, and various other herbs are well known for their ability to support and promote optimal kidney health in cats.
Rx Renal Feline is a complex formulation of multiple botanical extracts and nutraceuticals that have shown efficacy in normalizing renal blood values in patient trials.
Each ingredient in this formula has scientific evidence supporting its usefulness ineffectively addressing elevated renal values.
This formula is well tolerated in cats with positive clinical results achieved in as little as two weeks of administration.
Capsules: One capsule per 10 lbs of body weight, twice daily.
120 Capsules or Powder
Astragalus Root Extract (10:1) 25 mg
N-acetylcysteine 25 mg
Rehmannia glutinosa extract (5:1) 25 mg
Rhubarb Extract (5:1) 25 mg
Milk Thistle (standardized to 80% silymarin) 25 mg
L-Arginine 25 mg
L-Glutamine 10 mg
Asparagus Root Powder 10 mg
Dong Quai Extract (4:1) 10 mg
Szechuan Lovage Root Extract (5:1) 10 mg
Cordyceps Extract (standardized to 7% cordycepic acid) 5 mg
Ginkgo Biloba Extract (standardized to 24% GFG) 5 mg
Green Tea Extract (standardized to 55% ECGC) 5 mg
Hawthorn Extract (standardized to 1.8% vitexin) 5 mg
Melatonin 500 mcg
Safe use in pregnant animals or animal intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian.
For animal use only. Not for human consumption. Keep out of reach of children. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. Never change prescription medications without consulting your veterinarian.