Hello. I ordered Tripsy for my cat that was recently diagnosed with
kidney failure. After giving it to him for a few days, I noticed that
he was acting listless and throwing up more.
I looked up the ingredients in Tripsy and found that some are actually
poisonous to cats (like hydrangea).
First, have you had any other comments about this problem. Second, why
would you sell a product that is supposed to help cats with renal
problems when it is actually poisonous to them? Michelle **************
The following medication was developed and designed by holistic veterinarians for 8 years, there has been no problem in using the herb.
The natural herb that is used is Wild Hydrangea, very often mistaken for the regular normal hydrangea. Although they share the same name, their properties differ as they are two separate types of species.
The root of the wild Hydrangea is used, never the leaves or the petals. Like a rhubarb for baking, certain parts of the plants are used for specific causes and are more toxic than others.
Wild hydrangea, root is used, not the leaves or anything.
Luv Sheila & Freedom (my black lab)