Remedy To Rid Your Pet Of Parasites
by Lori Hanly
Who is excited about dead worms?! No, not earthworms silly! Earthworms are good! I am talking about the parasitic worms that make our furry feline friends all yucky inside.
After rescuing a cat from an unsanitary home, we discovered she was infested with fleas and tapeworms.
I could see the worm segments crawling in her feces. EEwwwwww! Time to get serious!
I will give you the herbal mix I put together. Does it work you ask? Yesterday I checked after she used the litterbox and yep- dead tapworm segments AND a dead roundworm!
1/2 cup Diatomaceous earth
2 Tblsp wormwood
4 Tblsp garlic powder
mix well. This is much more than needed, but will keep well.
Mix 4 tsp in a 13 oz can wet cat food.
Give apprx 2 Tblsp of medicated cat food once a day for 3 days to each cat. Refrigerate unused portion.
Repeat in two weeks.
You can adjust to weight of cat. This was for a 5lb cat.
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I was so excited when my mom first told me about your site. I have been looking to find "natural ways" to take my vitamins and am looking forward to using some of the herbs my mom has already purchased. Oh, I also love that there are videos so that I am not "winging it" when it comes to what I am supposed to mix. You guys are freakin awesome!!
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