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Zentonil Uses And Side Effects

Introduction

Zentonil is a liver supplement composed of S-Adenosylmethionine; an active ingredient which is plays an important role in providing a proper functioning of liver by cleansing and detoxifying it. It a popular animal supplement used to cure liver diseases and problems of house pets such as dogs and cats.

History

Liver in animals tend to accumulate more toxins as compared to humans. The livers of cats and dogs, the house pets, usually gets diseased mostly due to accumulation of harmful toxins which may be due to ingestion of certain deleterious products. When a dog or a cat suffers from a liver problem, most vets prescribe Zentonil liver supplements, mostly through oral administration. The S-Adenosylmethionine inside these supplements is considered as one of the best detoxifying agents. S-Adenosylmethionine breaks down the accumulated toxins, allowing the blood to flow smoothly within the liver. Zentonil in general is a supplement which not only detoxifies the liver but also enhances its function, provides strength to the cell membranes and prevents toxins to accumulate in the liver for future. As a medication, this supplement is prescribed for small to acute liver diseases in animals such as cirrhosis and liver inflammation.

Features

Zentonil comes in various strengths containing different concentrations of S-Adenosylmethionine. The right kind of supplement is prescribed as per the condition of the liver and the size and strength of the animal. Changes in the liver condition are manifested according to how severe the condition of liver is but in general, Zentonil starts running properly into the blood stream within 2-3 hours of consumption. The dosage that should be given to the animal also depends upon the liver condition. Chronic liver problems may take years to completely cure whereas less severe diseases may take few days to heal. Zentonil has proved to be a successful liver supplement in general with fewer side effects as compared to other medications given for liver problems. Vomiting, however, is a common side effect that is observed in all the animals in which the supplement has been administered. Normally the vomiting stops within 2 to 3 days, but if it persists, the animal should be taken to the vet immediately. The animal may also feel slightly feverish, but it’s never usually severe. Apart from vomiting and slight fever there are no established side effects of this supplement, but any peculiar behavior by the animal should be immediately checked.

Tips and Comments

Although, Zentonil is a perfect supplement for animal liver related problem, it should never be given to an animal before consulting the vet. The liver of the animal is always tested for any discrepancy of enzyme activity in order to check the proper functioning of the liver before prescribing the supplement. Therefore it is always better to ask your vet before giving the medicine to the pet. If, however your cat or dog has had liver problems in the past and you want your pet to be safe for future, a small dosage of Zentonil100 should not be harmful. But yet again, it always safer to ask for the help of a vet before doing do.

By Anushay Q., published at 02/22/2012
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