Very effective for:
All animals (Dog,Cat,Rabbit, Horse…)
- Cataract-L is excellent to slow the progression of cataracts.
- Protects the eye
- Support your pet's health
"Cataract-L" is a great homeopathic formula of high quality to help slow down the development of cataracts in your pet. It supports the eye by clearing and protecting your pets lens.
What is "Cataract-L" (the remedy) and what will it do?
This remedy is safe to use on all animals: cats, dogs, horses, birds, rabbits, etc.
Who it's for ?
A cataract is a clouding of the eye's lens which gradually affects the vision.
What is a cataract?
What are the symptoms of cataracts?
- Slight grayish colour to the eyes
- Cloudy pupils in one or both eyes
- Signs of vision impairment
What are the possible causes of cataracts?
- Old age
- Toxicity from drugs (vaccines, heartworm preventives, etc)
How long until I see results ?How well and how fast your pet responds to homeopathy is unique to each animal. In chronic illnesses, relief typically begins anywhere from within a few days, to within three or four weeks.
Since all animals are different, the length of time a remedy is needed differs from animal to animal. In severe illnesses, the improvement can be very fast. With chronic conditions that have existed for many years, some pets find complete relief within a year or two. Most importantly, it is crucial to stop taking the remedy when your pet has recovered from his disease or disorder.
How long will I have to give my pet his remedy ?
A spray bottle usually lasts up to six months or more.
How long will a bottle last ?
How to Use ?
1 spray every day, in water or in the mouth. Shake well before use. 30ml spray bottle.
Is the dosage the same for all animals ?
Yes. Why? Whether it is a dog, cat, horse, etc., the weight of the animal is irrelevant to the dose. How frequently the remedy is given is more important than the amount given.
- Store the remedy away from sunlight and heat.
- Essential oils can cancel the remedy.
Naphtalinum, Secale cornutum, Natrum Mur, Causticum, Vitreous humor, Lens, Optic Nerve, Eye