Hyperthyroid Support Prescription Pack Feline contains natural remedies specially formulated by our qualified animal naturopath. The remedies and information included in this pack are aimed at supporting felines diagnosed with an over-active thyroid gland.
The pack contains the following natural remedies and supplements:
- 15ml Homeopathic HYPER-T Remedy
- 15ml Herbal THYROID BALANCE FELINE Tonic
- 15ml Homeopathic ANXI Remedy
- 15ml Homeopathic NUTRA-T Remedy
- Includes dietary information and instructions for use
Most of the above homeopathic remedies are administered by placing drops on body (absorbed through the skin) for ease of dosing. Some homeopathic drops may be added to drinking water or given orally in side of mouth as directed on bottles.
The herbal tonic is best mixed with food to administer (for fussy pets we recommend mixing herbal drops with a little mashed pink salmon or sardines and giving separate to meals to avoid them refusing to eat their dinner). All remedies come with dosage directions for use.
Hyperthyroid Support Prescription Pack Optional Extras:
Synbiotic 180-S Probiotic and Enzyme supplement is recommended if your pet has been on antibiotics
Dynacol zeolite supplement
How long will the pack last me?
This will depend on the size of your cat. Dosage is given in drops, not mls, so each bottle will last a reasonable amount of time depending on the frequency of dosing and the amount of drops used.
If you require replacement bottles of any of our specially formulated herbal or homeopathic remedies from this pack, they are available for purchase by clicking the links below:
Herbal Tonic – Enter name as above or as per label if re-ordering
Homeopathic Formula – Enter name as above or as per label if re-ordering
We recommend purchasing the pack initially and once you start using the remedies you will get an idea how long each item will last, then you may re-order replacements in larger sizes if required.
For more details on our prescription packs, please feel free to contact the clinic.
This pack should not be used as a replacement for veterinary diagnosis or treatment and most of the remedies may be used in conjunction with your vet’s recommendations. Please do not stop giving medication to your pet suddenly as some drugs require you to reduce dosage gradually. Check with your veterinarian if your animal is currently taking medication to ensure compatibility when using in conjunction with natural remedies.