This sounds interesting, but it's not the same tonic.  The one I'm talking
about is made from Neem, Graviola, Chapparal, and Andreopraphis. You buy the
herbs and make it yourself - very inexpensive.  Natalie

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Dawn Bartholomew
Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2010 7:34 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Murphy's check up and the week after / Dawn-I got
the Rutin

This product may potentiate anesthetics and shouldn't be taken along with
antidepressants. May also interfere with anti-tumor drugs. Do not give to
cats who are pregnant or lactating. Although rare, photosensitization may
occur. This product does not contain any preservatives so refrigerate after
opening. Shelf life after opening is 6 months when refrigerated.  So don't
use if your cat is getting chemo or had cancer.  I just found this out-Dawn

Felimm for Feline Leukemia Virus and FIV

Item # PH 2450
In Stock

Herbal formula to support immunodeficiency in cats

    * Promotes a better quality of life for infected cats
    * Helps maintain a healthy immune system
    * Encourage your cats natural defenses
    * Helps protect against bacterial and viral infections
    * Supports detoxification of the lymphatic system
    * Helps fight upper-respiratory tract infections
    * Improves appetite, skin quality, and energy
    * 1 Bottle = 3.4oz (100 ml)

What Is Felimm?

If your cat is suffering from Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)... or
Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV)... you will want to pay careful attention to
every word on this page.

Although feline FIV and FeLV are different viruses, they share one thing in
common... they weaken your cat's immune system.

With a weak immune system, your cat becomes much more vulnerable to
illnesses... some that could be fatal. In fact, right now your cat's weak
immune system could be trying to fight off a deadly virus.

Since there is no cure for FeLV or FIV in cats, what you must do is try to
maintain the strength of their immune system.

Felimm is a multi-herbal formula designed to do exactly that... help
maintain a healthy immune system in your cat.

How does it do this? It all comes down to the unique herbs in the formula...
and how they work together to help keep your loyal little friend healthy.

How will the ingredients in Felimm help my cat?

St. John's Wort: this popular herb is an immunostimulant which means it
helps stimulate the health and strength of your cat's immune system. Not
only that, St. John's Wort is also anti-viral... it battles against viruses
that are attacking your cat's weakened immune system. This is a perfect
combination: helping to build up the immune system while fighting off
viruses that are attacking it.

Alfalfa: this plant contains high levels of chlorophyll which works as an
antioxidant in your cat's bloodstream. It also contains high levels of
vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other nutrients that are valuable for a
cat with an immune disorder.

Burdock: this anti-leukemic herb promotes blood detoxification. It helps
support healthy liver function and is known for improving skin complexion.

Aloe: this plant contains "Acemannan" which supports the production of
immune system promoting chemicals. Like St. John's Wort, it is an
immunostimulant to help maintain the health of your cat's immune system. It
is also anti-bacterial which is so important when your cat's immune system
has been compromised.

Cat's Claw: this herb helps encourage a healthy immune system. It's a
natural source of healthful antioxidants and is anti-inflammatory which can
help with any joint issues.

Dandelion: helps to naturally detox the liver. This herb assists in bringing
down water retention and promotes healthy kidney function. It also supports
proper gallbladder function while encouraging better digestion and appetite.

Gotu Kola: promotes the strength of the immune system. This herb is also
rich in flavonoids which are antioxidants found in nature. Antioxidants help
protect against damage to your cat's cells caused by free radicals.
Consuming foods that contain flavonoids has been linked to a large number of
health benefits.

Turmeric: in Indonesia it's called "The Queen of All Herbs". In China,
Turmeric is a go-to herb that has been relied upon for centuries. The
curcumin in Turmeric is a powerful antioxidant... which helps fight the
damaging effects of free radicals. It also helps with liver detoxification,
inflammation, and discourages tumor promotion.

Usnea: this herb has antibiotic properties along with being anti-bacterial
and anti-fungal against Candida Albicans (which a weakened immune system is
more vulnerable to). Usnea is also a source of Vitamin C and is a natural
stimulant of the immune system.

Osha Root: this root has been used by Native Americans for generations. Osha
is a natural immune builder. Not only is this herb anti-bacterial but it's
also anti-viral which is so important if your cat has FIV or FeLV. Osha
helps guard against viruses taking hold on the depressed immune system.

Myrrh: this herb has been used in China for thousands of years for its many
health benefits. It helps enhance healing and is a natural antiseptic. A
major benefit of Myrrh is that it helps control bacterial infections. This
is crucial for a cat with an immune system that is compromised.

Goldenseal: originally relied on by Native Americans, this herb is a known
immune supporting herb. It also helps control overgrowth of the Candida
yeast which can cause many uncomfortable symptoms. On top of all this,
Goldenseal also helps encourage proper digestion.

When you combine all these natural ingredients together you get a supplement
that can help maintain your cat's immune system... fight off bacteria... and
supply a variety of healthful nutrients.

If you have a cat with FIV or FeLV, you need all the immune protection you
can get... and you probably want to do that naturally. Felimm is the all
natural, holistic way to get that protection... and provide your cat with
the best quality of life possible.

From: "Natalie" <>
Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2010 9:45 AM
To: <>
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Murphy's check up and the week after / Dawn-I got
the Rutin

> Has anyone considered trying a tonic that helps and even cures cancer - it
> hasn't been tried on FeLV+ cats, as far as I know, but it could make life
> lot better for the cats! Natalie
> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> [] On Behalf Of Alice Flowers
> Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2010 2:52 AM
> To:
> Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Murphy's check up and the week after / Dawn-I got
> the Rutin
> Dawn-I went to the health food store right away and got the
> the 
> tablets and put it in gel caps. I am giving it 2x a day with his other
> His 
> breathing is easier-5 days now on the Lasix and pred along with the cypro
> and 
> doxy and iron. We are cutting the Procrit shots down to 2x a week and I
> bump the LTCI to once a week-his HCT went up almost 6 points to 38.9 and
> is 
> 6.48, HGB is 11.6. I still am numb-he survived the anemia crash and is in
> normal 
> ranges again just to be hit with lymphoma. Some of what I read up on the
> Rutin 
> said it has anti cancer qualities along with being an antioxidant. All I
> do 
> is pray the lymphoma goes into remission, but the vet said it would be 
> quick-maybe a week or two if she had to guess and we are approaching a
> But 
> you never know. He is absolutely the sweetest boy and my shadow. I am
> dreading 
> this.
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