Pet's Urinary Tract Infection Treatment
Cat and Dog Urinary Tract Infection - "GONE!"
Discover the Number 1 Herbal Home Remedy
for Your Pet's "Number 1" Problem ...
A cat or dog urinary tract infection is more than just a medical problem. It’s a condition that can disrupt the entire household with random puddles of urine, unpleasant odors and unwanted behavior.
If left untreated, urinary tract infections in dogs and cats can lead to further infection and even urethral blockage, which can threaten the life of our beloved pets.
Yet cat and dog UTI can be effectively treated in the comfort of your own home with all-natural herbal medicine that is both safe and effective.
Our Primalix Number 1 for Urinary Tract & Bladder Health is a scientific formulation of herbal nutrients that are legendary in their powers to soothe, heal and restore balance. Made for all breeds of dogs and cats, Primalix Number 1 doesn’t just cover up the symptoms. It empowers your pet’s natural healing defenses at the very source of the problem.
How can I tell if my pet has UTI?
One of the first warning signs of cat or dog urinary tract infection might be some straining, pain or discomfort when urinating, but any change in urinary habits could signal UTI.
Watch out for incontinence or increased frequency of urination, the ability to pass only a very small or an abnormally large amount of urine, and urination in inappropriate places. Cats often stop using the litter box altogether to urinate. Other symptoms may include the passing of urine which is cloudy or strong in odor, an increased thirst, and visible inflammation or irritation. Symptoms which may indicate UTI (but could also be signs of other illness) include lethargy, loss of appetite, vomiting, fever and back pain.
Why prompt treatment of Cat or Dog Urinary Tract Infection is important
Fast treatment of a suspected lower urinary tract infection is vital. Aside from relieving the pain and discomfort to your pet, it is important to prevent further infection. A simple bladder infection, if left untreated, can spread to the kidneys and cause irreparable damage or even Sepsis (an infection of the blood). UTIs can also cause bladder stones or crystals to form, which could lead to a life-threatening urethral blockage.
Conversely, UTIs can also be caused by bladder or kidney stones. The risk of developing these may be reduced by promoting good urinary health. Provide plenty of fresh water to help flush micro-organisms out of your pet’s urinary system. Take your dog for lots of outdoor walks to allow him plenty of opportunity to urinate; urine remaining too long in the bladder can be a cause of UTI.
During an infection, inflammation of the urethra makes urination painful. To clear up a urinary tract infection we need medicinal herbs that are:
- analgesic to relieve pain
- antiinflammatory to reduce swelling
- diuretic to flush harmful micro-organisms from the kidneys
- antibiotic to obliterate harmful bacteria
We also need to support and strengthen the immune system to aid recovery. That’s why we’ve developed Primalix Number 1. It contains a powerful combination of plant medicines to battle cat and dog urinary tract infection and help protect your pet against relapse.
Our Herbal Constellation
Echinacea is the herbalist’s Number 1 weapon against infection. In fact, before the introduction of antibiotics, Echinacea was the standard treatment for infections of all kinds. In Germany today, Echinace is approved by the government to treat, among other things, urinary tract infection.
This wonder herb can be used to treat many of the symptoms of UTI. Echinacea is a pain-reliever, anti-bacterial agent and anti-inflammatory, not to mention an excellent general immune system booster to aid the body’s recovery from infection. A recent Belgian study demonstrated that frequent and/or painful urination caused by UTIs was “greatly improved” by the use of Echinacea.1
Uva Ursi (Arctostaphylos uva ursi)
This evergreen shrub grows in North America and Europe and sprouts red berries which are loved by bears, hence its common name, Bearberry. Uva ursi has been in use for centuries and was used by Native Americans to treat urinary tract infections.
It is the leaves of the plant that contain medicinal values. Uva ursi contains arbutin which converts to hydroquinone in the urinary tract. Hydroquinone is an antiseptic which veterinary scientists believe gives Uva ursi its powerful ability to fight cat and dog urinary tract infection.
In addition, Uva ursi contains astringent tannins which help shrink mucus membranes in the urethra and reduce inflammation. It also has the diuretic properties we need to flush bacteria from the kidneys. One clinical trial on women with cystitis found Uva ursi to also have a preventative effect on recurring urinary tract infection. Another study showed that Uva ursi can actually help prevent the formation of kidney stones.2
Goldenrod (Solidaginis virguarea)
Found growing wild in Europe, Asia and North America, Goldenrod is yet another centuries-old, tried-and-tested cure for UTI. It is anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, analgesic and diuretic. This multiple action is extremely effective in combating infection and also prevents the formation of kidney or bladder stones by helping to remove urinary sediment.
Marshmallow root (Althea Officinalis)
The sweet treat we know as marshmallow originated in ancient Egypt and was made from Marshmallow root. But today's sugary confection by the same name contains no Marshmallow and could not be further from the soothing and healing properties of the actual Marshmallow plant.
Indigenous to Asia, the leaves, stem and root of Marshmallow are used for medicinal purposes. The root produces a large amount of mucilage, a glue-like substance that can be used to coat the body's own mucous membranes. It soothes irritation of mucous membranes in the urinary tract and reduces inflammation. Marshmallow also encourages phagocytosis, a process in which certain cells absorb and destroy unwanted micro-organisms in the blood.
Apple Cider Vinegar
In our herbal armory we have an additional weapon. Not only do the natural medicines we use in Primalix Number 1 have excellent properties for fighting dog urinary tract infection, but our proprietary extraction solvent used in all Primalix herbal extracts includes Apple Cider Vinegar, a well-known anti-bacterial agent. Apple Cider Vinegar is a natural detoxicant and contains over 40 vitamins and minerals. An abundance of anecdotal evidence attests to Apple Cider Vinegar’s success in treating UTI in dogs and cats.
Full Spectrum, Fully Un-Denatured
Our extraction solvent (menstruum) consists of our own proprietary blend of organic vegetable glycerin (zero calories), apple cider vinegar, and crystal clear water which we ionize and purify through filters measuring one one-hundredth of a micron. We do not extract with alcohol, which is harmful to dogs and cats, nor with heat which "denatures" the very herbal constituents that do the healing.
Our herbs are organically cultivated (USDA Certified Organic or Wildharvested) to maintain purity. We then place them into our full spectrum extraction process one precious gallon at a time, at the peak of their potency cycle, agitating frequently for no less than a fortnight.
Ours is a time-honored tradition of tincturing that assures the constituent ratios in our extracts are identical to the synergistic nutrient ratios in the plants used.
We make and sell only our own products, so we know exactly what’s in them. We know of no other herbal extraction method that so painstakingly prepares Nature's bounty for our beloved animal companions.
For cat or dog urinary tract infection, administer by mouth on an empty stomach, or add to food.
Cats and small dogs (up to 20 lbs.): 1/2 dropper twice daily
Medium dogs (21 to 60 lbs.): 1 dropper twice daily
Large dogs (61 to 100 lbs.): 2 droppers twice daily
Giant dogs (101 lbs. and up) 3 droppers twice daily
When infection is present, treat daily for 10 days to 2 weeks or until symptoms are eliminated.
No infection (maintenance dosing) treat for 7 days continuously, then withhold for next 3 weeks, or simply treat for 1 week out of every month.
NOTE: One "dropper" equals one squeeze of the black bulb (1.0mL), which fills the pipette about half full. Refrigerate after opening.
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