Herba-Worm Naturally 100% Natural Herbal Cat DeWormer Alternative for Felines
Worms that may infect the intestinal tract of your cat include roundworms, tapeworms, pinworms, and threadworms .
We use an effective blend of herbs that help to expel worms while supporting a strong immune system. No harmful side effects, no long term resistance like with conventional cat dewormers.
Can I DeWorm My Cat Myself?
Herba-Worm Naturally is for cat owners who want natural herbs used for 100’s of years as a safe and effective herbal cat dewormer.
Herbs have been used for centuries as a natural way to control internal worms long before chemicals came along.
We’ve carefully blended our herbal cat dewormer to include:
- Herbs to break down the glue that holds the eggs to the intestinal walls
- Herbs to expel parasites from your cat
- Herbs to stop the reproductive cycle of the worms
- Herbs to create an environment that repels parasites
- Herbs to reduce inflammation and heal damage caused by the parasites
- Herbs to address infection and boost the immune system
- No Harsh Chemicals only the very best quality NATURAL HERBAL INGREDIENTS
Direstions: Add to wet food or mix with a little water to make a gravy that can be used with dry food. Use for 10 days every other month to break the cycle of re-infestation and keep your cat healthy and de-wormed.
Safe for kittens and puppies.
Under 10 lbs- 1/2 Small Scoop Daily for 10 Days
10lbs-25 lbs- 1 Small Scoop Daily for 10 Days
Over 25lbs- 2 Small Scoops Daily for 10 Days
Not Recommended for Pregnant or Lactating Females
Ingredients: A proprietary blend including: Wormwood, Garlic, Pumpkin Seed, Echinacea, Milk Thistle, Natural Beef Flavor
*Disclaimer: We make no medical or veterinarian claims to any of the products offered on this site. The information presented on the Alternative Animal web site is intended for informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and should not in any way be used as a substitute for the advice of your physician, veterinarian, or other licensed health care provider.