Now Foods, L-Lysine, Powder, 1 lb (454 g)
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Works only sometimes...
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2627454 on Mar 23, 2013
I bought this for my sinuses because several people had recommended it for that. The first week it worked wonders, no more stuffy nose at night! A miracle, so I thought. After that, it seemed to quit working. I used it anyway for another week and still no change. I stopped using it altogether for about 2 weeks and then started again and it only helped somewhat, nothing like before. Weird! I may try it again soon before tossing it. The taste is also nasty...I don't understand how people can say it's tasteless, it's extremely bitter with an intense salty taste. It works well in orange juice or mixed in apple sauce.
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For my cats
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2811175 on Oct 11, 2011
Received very quickly and was well packed. I ordered this because one of my 3 cats has chronic rhinitus/sinusitus. The powder alone did not clear it but I am hoping that after the infection has been cleared with the antibiotics etc this will keep him well. I put it on his wet food now and he doesn't notice any taste. I wasn't sure how much to give, but my vet said that it is a natural amino acid so that 500 grams is ok per day for him. Can't give a full rating as it is a bit soon to tell, but am willing to give it a go.
For the Herpes Calici Cat
Posted by Reviewer1503463 on Oct 12, 2008
Works great when he decides to eat it. Doesn't taste very well but if you can hide it in plenty of food its fine.
Seems okay so far
Posted by Reviewer3274779 on Mar 26, 2011
I got this for my cats. Just sprinkling some onto their food. One of my cats prefers wet food and she doesn't mind the lysine on top at all. The other cat is the one with herpes. But she prefers dry food and will pick out the kibbles that have the least amount of lysine on them. I have to mix in treats with the food to get her to eat it. She seems to be getting more used to it now that it's been a coupe of weeks, and I'm anxious to see how it will work for her. But this is much easier than the gel stuff from the vet.
NOW foods L-Lysine powder
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2586783 on Mar 25, 2010
really great deal on a large quantity of Lysine powder non clumping and completly tasteless