Gastrointestinal lymphoma, also known as alimentary lymphoma, is one of the most common kinds of lymphoma in cats especially. It is characterized by the presence of a solitary mass, multiple masses with or without regional intra-abdominal lymph node involvement, or as a diffusely infiltrating disease of one or more parts of the bowel. The cause is not well understood, but factors like genetics, FeLV and environmental factors such as exposure to cigarette smoke can play an important role.
As the alimentary form can affect any part of the stomach or intestines, it often causes symptoms like weight loss, lethargy, loss of appetite, vomiting, and diarrhea. An abdominal mass can also develop and might be felt on a physical examination. Some pets may experience enlargement of organs like liver and spleen as well.
A powerful complete kit
The herbs these formulations have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and nutritive properties that will help provide support with the symptoms of gastrointestinal lymphoma, detoxify the lymphatic system, stimulate the appetite, balance the immune system and ease the discomfort, lethargy, inflammation and discomfort caused by it.
- Helps to balance the immune system that is dysregulated in a pet with gastrointestinal lymphoma.
- Helps fight against Feline Leukemia (FeLV) that may be related to lymphoma, and other viral infections
- Encourages detoxication of the lymphatic system
- Stimulates the appetite and improves energy levels
- Helps prevent and decrease toxicities caused by chemotherapy
- Detoxify liver and kidneys by removing toxins that can build up in a pet`s system when taking vet treatments or from chemical-laden foods.
- Improves organ functions
- Its antioxidant properties may benefit as anticancer support.
- Has natural corticosteroid-like properties. Corticosteroids are often used in the treatment of lymphoma
- Contains steroidal saponins that help stimulate the body to produce its own natural corticosteroids
- Promotes digestion and stimulates appetite
- Reduces discomfort and inflammation
- Safe for long term use in pets.
- Helps maintain normal bowel function
- Soothes and relieves spasms of the digestive tract
- Reduces discomfort of pets suffering from Alimentary Lymphoma.
Gastrointestinal Support kit is vet formulated with all-natural products and contains four powerful supplements: NHV’s Felimm, NHV’s Milk Thistle, NHV’s Yucca and NHV’s Plantaeris, which are combined to help relieve symptoms of gastrointestinal lymphoma and balance your pet’s immune system.
If you have questions about holistic remedies, you can ask an expert at NHV because we want your pet to get healthy naturally.
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- 2.80 LBS
- 3.4 fl. oz. (100ml)
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- adult, senior, puppy
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Felimm: This formula helps to balance the immune system that is dysregulated in a pet with Lymphoma. It also helps fight against Feline Leukemia (FeLV) that may be related to Lymphoma and other viral infections. In addition, it helps fight infections, encourages detoxication of the lymphatic system, stimulates the appetite, improves energy levels, and helps combat upper respiratory tract infections.
St. John’s Wort— Has powerful antiviral properties that help control viral infections and stimulates your pet’s immune system.
Turmeric – A powerful antioxidant that helps fight the damaging effects of free radicals. It strengthens liver function and contains strong anti-fungal properties.
Aloe Vera – Anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antioxidant and immuno-stimulating herb.
Alfalfa – Contains high levels of antioxidants. It also contains nutrients beneficial to pets with immune disorders.
Burdock – Helps cleanse the body of toxins and waste that accumulate during illness.
Cat’s Claw – A powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant that supports your pet’s immune system and helps strengthen its defenses against viruses like FeLV.
Osha – A natural immune builder that helps pets fight infections including FeLV and FIV. It also has antibacterial and antiviral properties.
Dandelion – A highly nutritious food that improves digestion and stimulates appetite. It also protects the kidneys and has anti-inflammatory properties.
Gotu Kola– An antioxidant-rich herb known to strengthen the immune system and protect cells from damage caused by free radicals.
Usnea – An immune system stimulant with anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties that help protect your pet’s weakened immune system.
Goldenseal – An immune supporting herb with blood cleansing properties.
Myrrh – Helps control bacterial infections that pets with compromised immune systems are so vulnerable to
Milk Thistle: Chemotherapy has many side effects, such as toxicity of the organs, unfortunately. Milk Thistle can help prevent and decrease these toxicities since it can detoxify liver and kidneys by removing toxins that can build up in a pet`s system when taking pharmaceutical or chemical-laden foods. Improves liver and kidney function supports regeneration of the liver and supports overworked kidney. It also has antioxidant properties and may benefit as anticancer support. Milk Thistle contains a compound called silymarin which flavonoids contains strong anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and detoxifying properties. It also promotes cellular regeneration and repair.
Yucca: As corticosteroids are often used in the treatment of lymphoma and Yucca contain steroidal saponins, it can be very useful for pets suffering from Alimentary Lymphoma. This is well researched and reported that these steroidal saponins present in Yucca stimulate the body to produce its own natural corticosteroids. Our Yucca is formulated and dosed specifically to be safe for long term use in pets. It has been used successfully. Commonly used as an anti-inflammatory, nutritive, antitumor, and digestive supplement.
Plantaeris: It helps maintain normal bowel functions, soothes and relieves spasms of the digestive tract and reduces discomfort of pets suffering from Gastrointestinal Lymphoma.
Barberry – Treats inflammation and infections.
Mullein – Soothes and lubricates tissues of the GI tract.
Bayberry – Contains tannins, resins, and gums that control bacterial infection.
Myrrh – Relieves spasms, inflammation, and digestive discomfort.
Thyme – Improves digestion and relaxes GI spasms.
Chamomile – Relaxes the digestive system.
Chinese Peony – Reduces inflammation and relaxes spasms.
Ginger – Relieves discomfort and stimulates circulation.
Oregon Grape – Helps relieve indigestion and malabsorption.
Pet's Weight Dosage
To be taken twice daily. All NHV supplements are designed to be used together, and can, therefore, be given at once for convenience.
Select your pet's weight to determine the correct dose.
To be taken twice daily. All NHV supplements are designed to be used together, and can therefore be given at once for convenience.
1 drop for every 2 lb of body weight twice a day up to 50 lb. This is the minimum dosage. We recommend using this dosage when the supplements are being used as proactive care or for general health. When addressing a condition, we recommend using the therapeutic dosage (see below).
Determine your pet’s weight and then use the chart below to determine the correct dose.
Pet's Weight Dosage (twice daily)
0 - 15 lb 0.5 mL
16 - 30 lb 1.0 mL
31 - 45 lb 1.5 mL
46 - 60 lb 2.0 mL
61 - 75 lb 2.5 mL
Over 75 lb 3.0 mL
How to Administer
Shake well before use. The easiest method is to use the dropper provided and squirt directly into the pet’s mouth or add the correct dosage to your pet's food or favorite treat.
Some pets can be finicky, if this occurs consider hiding the drops in foods most pet’s love such as fish, chicken or yogurt or a favorite treat. If your pet only eats dry food then soak a few kibbles at feeding time.
For Best Results
Herbal dietary supplements are beneficial to the health and wellbeing of your pet and are safe for long-term use. Every pet responds to natural herbal supplements differently, therefore it is important to be consistent and administer the product daily. Supplements generally take two to four weeks to take effect, however this will vary from one animal to the another.
All NHV Natural Pet Products are pure herbal extracts and contain no added artificial additives, preservatives or coloring. Shelf life after opening is 6 months and must be refrigerated after opening
Will this kit cure Gastrointestinal Lymphoma in my pet?
Unfortunately, there’s still no cure for this condition. The goal of cancer therapy is to achieve long-term remission and the best quality of life possible. Gastrointestinal Lymphoma kit can help minimize side effects from chemotherapy, reduce discomfort and improve quality of life during the treatment of gastrointestinal lymphoma.
Which pets are most affected by this condition?
The cause is not well understood, but factors like breed and genetics, cats positive for viral infections like FIV and FeLV and environmental factors such as constant exposure to cigarette smoke and other chemicals can play an important role in Gastrointestinal Lymphoma.
How does my veterinarian will diagnose Gastrointestinal Lymphoma?
If the external lymph nodes are enlarged, this can help with diagnosis. However, diagnosis may be more difficult if masses are located in an internal organ. Therefore, laboratory tests such as blood work, biopsy of the enlarged lymph nodes or other organs, radiographs (x-rays) and/or ultrasound, bone marrow aspiration, FeLV test, and endoscopy may be recommended by your vet. There is also a specialized test to determine the type of lymphoma (B Cell versus T Cell) once the preliminary diagnosis is made.
What are the treatment options for Gastrointestinal Lymphoma?
In most cases, successful treatment of gastrointestinal lymphoma will require chemotherapy that may involve on or multiple protocols. Surgery may be needed to relieve any intestinal obstruction caused by a tumor. Chemotherapy is usually started when the disease is first diagnosed, even if the pet does not seem ill, because waiting may reduce chances of long-term survival. Frequent recheck visits are needed to administer the chemotherapy and to monitor the response to medications through regular lab work as well.