Works for mine.

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Gloria B. Lane
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2009 11:08 AM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Lysine as a supplement

Interesting - we should look around for studies (in our spare time  
lol).  One study does not the truth make, just becomes an invitation  
for another study. But that's very interesting.

Let's see - I think the Herpes virus is supposed to feed on L- 
Arginine, so increasing the ration of L-Lysine to L-Arginine is  
supposed to lessen the Herpes virus. So does seem to make sense.   
Seems to work for my cats.


On Feb 9, 2009, at 10:32 AM, wrote:

> My vet opthamologist here in Philly, Dr. Glickstein, told me that he  
> was
> aware of only one
> controlled study on the effects of L-lysine on herpes.  He said that  
> the
> study showed that
> L-lysine did keep cats from getting their first herpes infection but  
> that
> it had absolutely no
> effect on subsequent infections or outbreaks.  Apparently these are  
> not
> the same results
> that are seen in human trials where it is belived to be effective on
> continuing outbreaks.
> I know that many many people believe that they have seen results  
> with its
> use in cats however
> in ammeliorating a herpes outbreak.
>> L-lysine is not a general immune booster, it is primarily effective
> against
>> herpes virus (which sometimes causes URI like symptoms and runny  
>> eyes) by
>> suppressing the L-arginine that herpes virus needs in order to  
>> replicate.
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