- Does it really work?
- How long has this product been on the market?
- What exactly does EaseSure do?
- What does EaseSure contain?
- Is EaseSure approved by the FDA?
- How do I use EaseSure?
- In what form does EaseSure come?
- How do you properly store this product?
- How long until support is seen?
- Does EaseSure have any side effects?
- How long does a bottle last?
- Is EaseSure safe for use during pregnancy and nursing?
- What should I do if my pet has a seizure?
1. Does it really work?
EaseSure has been very effective with a very high success rate. We get an extremely high reorder rate on the product, indicating that our customers are very satisfied with it. In fact, it has been sold to literally thousands of customers in virtually every country around the world!
2. How long has this product been on the market?
All of our natural remedies are formulated by our expert team of herbalists, naturopaths and homeopaths, and headed by Michele Carelse. Michele has been providing these natural remedies to her clients, with great success, for over ten years. All Native Remedies products are manufactured according to the highest pharmaceutical standards - using only the best quality raw ingredients from nature's medicine chest - that is why we are The Natural Choice.
3. What exactly does EaseSure do?
EaseSure is a 100% natural remedy containing herbal ingredients specially selected to support the animal brain and nervous system. It may be used to support routine brain function and systemic harmony.
4. What does EaseSure contain?
EaseSure contains the following natural ingredients:
- Passion flower (Passiflora incarnata) is an herb used to soothe the nerves and support the routine equilibrium of the nervous system. The active ingredients in this herb include flavonoids, cyanogenic glycosides, alkaloids and saparin. Passiflora has also stood up well to clinical studies which support its traditional usage as a soothing and moderating herb (Akhondzadeh S, Naghavi HR, Vazirian M, Shayeganpour A, Rashidi H, Khani M. "Passion flower in the treatment of generalized anxiety: a pilot double-blind randomized controlled trial with oxazepam." J Clin Pharm Ther. 2001; 26(5):369-373).
- Skullcap (Scuttelaria laterifolia) is an herbal tonic that has been traditionally used to ease non-debilitating feelings of being ‘overwhelmed’. It has well-known carminative properties, helping to support the natural equilibrium normally present in the mind and contributing to the maintenance of a healthy attitude and ‘even keel’ (Wolfson, P. and Hoffmann, D. L. "An investigation into the efficacy of Scutellaria lateriflora in healthy volunteers." Altern Ther Health Med 2003; 9(2):74-78). Active ingredients include flavonoids, tannins, bitter, volatile oil and minerals.
- Hyoscyamus (30C) is a natural remedy with some common mental and emotional themes running through all its various expressions. This remedy tends to suit those animals that are prone to jealousy if they feel the attention they receive is being threatened.
- Belladonna (30C) suits those that have a tendency towards a common ‘crampy’ discomfort, often being sensitive and ‘jumpy’, startling easily.
- Cuprum metallicum (30C) is a natural preparation which supports continued stability in the nervous system while at the same time encouraging routine digestive function.
Native Remedies' products are created using our Full Spectrum Approach™ (FSA), a set of standards and processes that combine the best quality, laboratory tested, raw ingredients, Good Manufacturing Practices and a Full Spectrum manufacturing method to guarantee you products of the highest quality, safety and effectiveness, all backed by our One Year Unconditional Money Back Guarantee.
Our products contain no animal products, gluten, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, are suitable for lacto-vegetarians and are not tested on animals. Individual ingredients are well-researched and are natural, safe and effective.
5. Is EaseSure approved by the FDA?
The FDA oversees all food and drug products. Since EaseSure is a herbal dietary supplement, it falls under the ambit of the FDA. In 1994 the FDA set up guidelines for dietary supplements, including labeling requirements, and created the Dietary Supplement Health Education Act (DSHEA). EaseSure follows all of DSHEA's guidelines. In addition, Native Remedies is an FDA-registered Food Facility, and all of our products are manufactured in a Pharmaceutical Graded, GMP-certified facility to guarantee the highest degree of consistency, reliability and potency.
6. How do I use EaseSure?
Mix drops with water and administer (squirt or spoon) directly into the back of the mouth. Repeat after 5 minutes if needed (up to 2 doses).
Cats and dogs under 20 lbs: 1-2 drops
Dogs 20-50 lbs: 2-3 drops
Dogs over 50 lbs: 4-5 drops
For maintenance: Double above doses and mix in food or treat 2-3 times daily.
7. In what form does EaseSure come?
EaseSure comes in convenient tincture form.
8. How do you properly store this product?
Best storage is in a cool (not cold) dark place out of direct sunlight such as a cupboard or closet. The product does not need to be refrigerated.
9. How long until support is seen?
Response times will vary depending on a variety of factors, with some pets responding sooner than others. When used regularly in a supportive fashion, you will notice overall systemic support within 3-6 weeks.
10. Does EaseSure have any side effects?
No, EaseSure does not have any side effects as it is 100% herbal and natural. The ingredients of EaseSure have a high safety profile and are generally very well tolerated without any side effects or interactions with other drugs.
11. How long does a bottle last?
One 60 mL bottle of EaseSure will last for approximately 80 days, depending on the size and needs of your pet.
12. Is EaseSure safe for use during pregnancy and nursing?
Safety during pregnancy and nursing has not yet been established.
13. What should I do if my pet has a seizure?
If your pet has a seizure it can be a frightening experience, but the most important thing for you to do is to stay calm. Move your pet away from stairs or hard objects like furniture to decrease the chance of him hurting himself. It is also a good idea to wrap blankets or place pillows around your pet.
Speak to your pet in a quiet and calming voice while doing this. Remove any other pets you have from the immediate area. Minimize stimulation in the immediate environment by dimming bright lights, turning loud music off and gently comforting your pet with words and by stroking his side – be wary of the face and limbs as you risk being bitten or scratched.
Try to take a mental note of details that will be useful to your pet’s health care provider including time of day, length of seizure, apparent state of consciousness and any loss of continence (urine or feces). Any possible trigger-factors like loud noises, unusual food eaten or excessive playing and excitement are also relevant.
After the seizure your pet will probably seem drowsy and a bit "out of it" for a few hours. He may not seem himself and may be slow to respond. Allow your pet to rest undisturbed afterwards as this will help him to recover from the seizure.