HairB-Ez is a 100% natural hairball remedy that can help your cat pass indigestible hair from its system and reduces regurgitated hair.
NHV HAIRB-EZ can help dissolve ingested hairballs. It contains a gentle laxative herb as well as herbs that help relieve pain and bloating.
Help eliminate nasty hairballs and resulting constipation with HairB-Ez, this all-natural herbal cat hairball remedy helps unblock loose hair and keep it from forming into balls that become lodged in your cat’s stomach.
- Prevents hairballs and vomiting
- Dissolves ingested hairballs
- Reduces constipation caused by hair build-up
- Eases pain, bloating, and discomfort
- Provides liver support
For Cats & Dogs. Twice daily
|0 - 7 kg||0.5 ml|
|8 - 13 kg||1.0 ml|
|14 - 20 kg||1.5 ml|
|21 - 27 kg||2.0 ml|
|28 - 34 kg||2.5 ml|
|Over 34 kg||3.0 ml|
For small animals (rabbits, ferrets), use 1 drop per 0.5 kg of body weight.
Each bottle contains 100 ml.
Licorice – Has mild laxative properties that support proper digestion. It is also a powerful anti-inflammatory herb that also has the ability to prevent free radical damage. It is also beneficial for the liver.
Cascara Sagrada – The cascarosides found in this bark have a cathartic action that causes the large intestine to contract and form a bowel movement. Cascara sagrada is widely used in veterinary medicine to help with constipation.
Oregon Grape – Improves digestive efficiency by increasing bile production and flow, which stimulates the liver. Oregon grape also has antimicrobial properties that help combat fungal and bacterial infections.
Ginger – Helps cleanse the bowels and kidneys and stimulates digestion. It is also helpful against pain and helps expel internal gas, and aids in reducing nausea.
Raspberry – The tannins in raspberry help control and balance the laxative effects of HairB-Ez. Raspberry leaf also has astringent, anti-inflammatory properties and is rich in vitamin C.
Lobelia – Contains mucous-thinning properties that help relieve bowel spasms.
Chinese Rhubarb – Strengthens the gastrointestinal tract.