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An All-Natural Treatment of Diarrhea in Cats and Dogs

Guaranteed to Control Diarrhea — Traps Toxins and Viruses

Scour-Aid Digestive Aid

Scour-Aid was originally developed for livestock (diarrhea in livestock is referred to as "scours"); however, its rapid effectiveness makes it super helpful for pets suffering from diarrhea.

In addition to it being taken internally for the treatment of diarrhea, allergies to mold, or viral infections, Scour-Aid may also be made into a paste and applied externally on cuts or abscesses.

The main ingredient in Scour-Aid is organic sodium bentonite. Bentonite has long been used for the treatment of diarrhea and other ailments. It has also been shown to trap water, toxins, viruses, bacteria, radiation, and heavy metals, and to safely carry them out of the animal's body. Bentonite is not broken down by microorganisms and is inert to the body. Bentonite has little smell or taste. It has been found to be an extremely effective and safe treatment both internally and externally.

Scour-Aid is typically effective at reducing diarrhea symptoms within 24 hours, but may need to be used for several days.

Internal Use:  Simply mix with wet or dry food and feed with meals. If the pet is not eating, mix with water and give by syringe. Mix well when adding to water as it may thicken or settle quickly. Scour-Aid will control the diarrhea symptoms, but it does not address the gastrointestinal issue; a concentrated probiotic supplement should also be fed to address the root of the problem. See Probiotics Overview and Comparison.

External Use:  Mix with water to make a thick paste and apply to cuts or abcesses.

Ingredients:  Certified organic sodium bentonite, pectin, and electrolytes (sodium bicarbonate, calcium carbonate, and sodium chloride).

Scour-Aid does not contain aspirin (an ingredient in Kaopectate), which may be toxic to cats.

Feeding Instructions:  Mix with wet or dry food for several days as necessary.
Cats and small dogs (under 20 pounds)1 teaspoon once or twice per day
Medium dogs (20 to 60 pounds)2 teaspoon once or twice per day
Large dogs (over 60 pounds)1 Tablespoon once or twice per day
Scour-Aid can also be made into a paste and applied topically to cuts or abscesses.

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