Seven Forests Quercenol is a Chinese herbal remedy for immune system support, allergies, and liver disorders. This is an excellent formula for animals with chronic itchy skin, paws or ears due to allergies and those that have been treated with prednisone and/or antibiotics repeatedly. Quercenol is also quite useful for cancer prevention, treatment of liver inflamation, chronic illness, and for geriatric animals needing immune support.
This formulation combines some of the best known and most intensively researched antioxidant compounds from nature. Each one is provided in a dosage that is in the range considered effective by modern research efforts.
The dosage of silymarin (milk thistle extract) is high enough to be therapeutic. Mixed carotenoids have been used in place of beta carotene to provide a natural blend; natural vitamin E has been used (as with all White Tiger formulas containing vitamin E); and vitamin C is in the calcium ascorbate form (providing valuable calcium and protecting against stomach irritation). Quercetin, proanthocyanidins (from grape seed), and green tea polyphenols are among the most active of the antioxidants; they protect the liver from inflammatory processes, inhibit neoplastic transformation of cells, and reduce viral activity.
Available in 84 tablets.
Tablets too big for your pet? Try the All-in-One Pill Crusher & Splitter.
Review Rating: 3.5
Manufacturer: Seven Forests
Shipping Weight: 0.4
Quercetin 200 mg
Silybum marianum (e) 125 mg
Proanthocyanadins 62 mg
Green tea polyphenols 75 mg
Mixed carotenoids 15 mg
Vitamin E 150 IU
Vitamin C 250 mg
Zinc 5 mg
Selenium 50 mcg
This product contains Milk Thistle, which may interfere with the update of P450 drugs.
Please Note: This is a human supplement, not one designed specifically for pets; however, it is completely safe and effective for use on your pet. Our holistic veterinarian has reviewed and recommended the following usage instructions:
Dogs - 1/2 - 1 1/2 Tablets
- 2-3 times/day
- Based on intensity of disease and vitality of animal
Cats - Not generally used for cats.