Khaprevet™: Digestive Disorder and Intestinal Parasite Formula
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Khaprevet™ digestive paste(1a)
Has your family pet gone off their food or are they just a fussy eater?
Laboratory tests have identified that ingredients in Khaprevet™ digestive paste can:
- Soothe gastro-intestinal inflammation(1) that results from irritable bowel disorders (IBD) or simple food related allergies such as gluten or dairy intolerance in family pets; and
- Provide high anti-oxidant(2) protection of the gut lining. Healthier gut cells promote better absorption of nutrients.
A reduced stress response is achieved by calming any potential digestive inflammation before it occurs. As such, it is best to administer Khaprevet™ at each meal time.
In addition, the anti-leishmantic and immunostimulating principals(3) in Khaprevet™ may control the daily risk of dangerous intestinal leishmania parasite in family pets often caused by a simple sand fly bite.
Please note that any statements aligned to veterinary product descriptions on this website and the products themselves have yet to be evaluated and given approval by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA). These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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Scientific studies: To view scientific studies comparing Bioactive extracts to other pharmaceutical substances click on Bioactive Research
(1) Anti-inflammatory source reference:
- Bioactive blind studies conducted in an independent laboratory concluded an anti-inflammatory COX2 & Caspase 3 marker profile averaging in excess of 95% effective.
- Source: “Conclusion: In all experimental models used in this study, AKS – Aqueous stem bark extract of Khaya Senegalensis exhibited significant anti-inflammatory and antinociceptive (pain relief) properties which compare favourably well with the effects produced by the standard drugs used. These findings provide scientific basis to justify the traditional use of the plant in inflammatory diseases. The study showed that Khaya senegalensis is a medicinal plant with good potential for the development of new anti-inflammatory drugs. “; Kolawole OT, Akiibinu MO, Ayankunle AA and Awe EO., 2013. Evaluation of Anti-inflammatory and Antinociceptive Potentials of Khaya senegalensis A. Juss (Meliaceae) Stem Bark Aqueous Extract. British Journal of Medicine & Medical Research, 3(2): 216-229, 2013
(2) Anti-oxidant source reference:
- Bioactive blind studies conducted in an independent laboratory concluded an anti-oxidant marker profile in excess of 95% effective.
- “This strong antioxidant activity is comparable to that of BHT: antioxidant food additive E321, regarding the DPPH free scavenging activity”, (E321 is approved by the European Union and the FDA) Quote from paper: Zhang H. December 2008; CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOACTIVE PHYTOCHEMICALS FROM THE STEM BARK OF AFRICAN MAHOGANY Khaya senegalensis (MELIACEAE); A PhD Food Technology Dissertation Presented to the Graduate School of Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina USA.
(3) Immunostimulating source reference:
- Amastigote forms of Leishmania parasite in the macrophages only. The significant by-product was the discovery of immunostimulating principals whereby the Leishmania promastigotes were in turn unaffected. Source: Kayser O, Abreu PM., Antileishmania and Immunostimulating Activities of Two Dimeric Proanthocyanidins From Khaya senegalensis; Pharmaceutical Biology, 2001, Vol. 39, No. 4, pp. 284–288