Viralys Oral Powder for Cats, 100 gm (L-Lysine) - 6 Pack
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Nutritional supplement with L-Lysine for cats
Viralys Oral Powder for Cats, 100 gm - 6 Pack contains L-Lysine amino acids which have a demonstrated ability to prevent viruses like feline herpes from replicating. L-Lysine also boosts the immune system. While there is no cure for herpes in cats, Viralys and L-Lysine supplementation can help manage the symptoms.
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Viralys Oral Powder for Cats, 100 gm - 6 Pack Customer Reviews
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Viralys Oral Powder for Cats, 100 gm
I run a cat sanctuary in Oregon and have too many kitties exhibiting signs of the Herpes virus--dark discharge from the eyes. The Animal Eye Doctor recommended this product and sold me a small container of it. It would have been way too expensive and inconvenient to continue buying it from her directly, and none of my local health food distributors carried the granules, so I was thrilled to find the same product online at such a terrific price. And, it was packaged in bulk too for a reduced price!
I've only been using it for a couple months, and have been told L-Lysine takes a while to build up in a cat's system before it can be effective, so results are inconclusive as of now, but if it works, I'll be buying lots of this stuff for the long-term.
Since I started using this on my cat, her herpes outbreaks have cut in half and she doesn't get nearly as sick anymore. I'm hoping with more time, she's stop having outbreaks altogether.
- L-Lysine supplement for cats
- Helps treat the respiratory and ocular symptoms of feline herpes
- Reduces shedding caused by feline herpes virus
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