1. Does it really work?
FeliSafe™ has been very effective with a very high success rate. We get an extremely high reorder rate on the product, indicating that our customers are very satisfied with it. In fact, it has been sold to literally thousands of customers in virtually every country around the world!
2. How long has this product been on the market?
All of our natural remedies are formulated by our expert team of herbalists, naturopaths and homeopaths, and headed by Michele Carelse. Michele has been providing these natural remedies to her clients, with great success, for over ten years. All Native Remedies products are manufactured according to the highest pharmaceutical standards - using only the best quality raw ingredients from nature's medicine chest - that is why we are The Natural Choice.
3. What exactly does FeliSafe do?
FeliSafe is a safe FDA registered natural remedy, containing 100% homeopathic ingredients especially selected by a team of experts in the field of natural medicine to relieve symptoms of viral infection.
4. What does FeliSafe contain?
FeliSafe contains the following 100% homeopathic ingredients:
- Arsen alb (30C) is a popular treatment for iron deficiencies and gastric disorders, as well as a tonic for horses and other animals. Arsen alb is often used for digestive upsets including cramping, vomiting, and diarrhea. This remedy is particularly suited to cats who are affectionate towards their family but who also tend to suffer with respiratory ailments, asthma, or breathlessness. This remedy suits those cats and kittens who tend to suffer with exhaustion.
- Phosphorus (30C) is mostly derived from North Africa in volcanic regions, and is commonly known as calcium phosphate. It suits cats that are generally affectionate, enthusiastic, and expressive. When feeling un-well, they tend to become lethargic and crave support, love, and comfort. This remedy is beneficial for digestive health, and exhaustion.
- Baptisia (30C) is native to North America and Canada, and was originally proved by Dr. Thompson in the mid-19th century. Baptisia is almost exclusively used for conditions with extreme fatigue.
- Ferrum phos (D6) is a biochemic tissue salt derived from iron phosphate, and is extremely beneficial when addressing any inflammation. Ferrum phos also helps to support the walls of the blood vessels, and thus improves the body's ability to distribute oxygen-rich blood and iron to all cells, thereby facilitating healing.
- With Panleukopenia (30C)
- Sucrose (inactive ingredient)
All by Native Remedies homeopathic products and biochemic tissue salts are manufactured in an FDA and GMP registered pharmaceutical facility under the supervision of qualified homeopaths and responsible pharmacists. Individual ingredients are listed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS).
All products are free of gluten, artificial flavors, colorants and preservatives, and are suitable for use by lacto vegetarians. In accordance with our Do No Harm policy, no animal testing is carried out whatsoever. All products are backed by our One Year Unconditional Money Back Guarantee offering you peace of mind and proof of our utmost confidence in the quality, safety and effectiveness of our products.
FeliSafe is registered with the FDA. Our products contain no gluten, artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.
5. Is FeliSafe approved by the FDA?
The FDA oversees all food and drug products. While herbal medicines are classified as dietary supplements, all homeopathic medicines must be individually registered as OTC drugs in terms of FDA regulations. In compliance with these regulations FeliSafe and all our 100% homeopathic remedies are individually registered with the FDA. Furthermore, Native Remedies and their manufacturers are FDA-registered manufacturers and distributors of OTC homeopathic medicines. All of our products are manufactured in a Pharmaceutical Graded, GMP certified facility to guarantee the highest degree of consistency, reliability and potency.
6. How do I use FeliSafe?
Sprinkle one pinch on the tongue once a day for three days beginning at 12 weeks, and repeat annually or when your cat has been exposed to possible infection.
Acute: Sprinkle one pinch on the tongue every two hours or until symptoms subside.
When there is risk of infection, FeliSafe may be administered to kittens younger than 12 weeks.
This remedy is safe even for newborn kittens and pregnant queens.
7. In what form does FeliSafe come in?
FeliSafe is presented in a convenient dissolvable granule form. The tiny granules are easy to administer (even to animals that will not swallow tablets) and are simply sprinkled on the back of the tongue and left to dissolve.
8. How do you properly store this product?
Best storage is in a cool (not cold) dark place out of direct sunlight such as a cupboard or closet. The product does not need to be refrigerated.
9. How often should I use and why?
FeliSafe can be taken either to prevent symptoms of viral infection or at the first sign of symptoms for the short-term relief of gastrointestinal tract distress, including vomiting and diarrhea. FeliSafe is completely safe for kittens and pregnant queens – with no risk to the unborn kittens.
10. How long until support is seen?
Results may vary due to a number of influential factors, and some cats will respond sooner than others. When used preventatively, FeliSafe should provide protection and systemic support within the first week.
During an acute attack, improvement should be noticed within 5-10 doses. Over time, FeliSafe will then act in a supportive capacity to systemic balance and harmony.
11. Does FeliSafe have any side effects?
No, FeliSafe does not have any side effects as it is 100% homeopathic. The ingredients of FeliSafe have a high safety profile and are generally very well tolerated without any side effects or interactions with other drugs.
12. How long does a bottle last?
One bottle of FeliSafe (20g) lasts for approximately 30 days depending on dosage.
13. When should I consult a veterinarian?
Please consult your veterinarian should symptoms persist. While some viral infections lend themselves to home treatment, others should ideally be monitored by your vet.