Hmm.. I don't have the equipment for making Colloidal Silver
, but I can try some Essiac
tea next time I have some home.
Generally it's dried gunk, like his tears are carrying out impuritues while he is sleeping- it's not a heavy amount, but enough that I watch it. Heis a castrated cat, 3-4 years old now, and eats the same food as his housemate, a slightly older male who's had kidney stones
I can also try giving him danlion root/marie thistle tea, though that is a diuretic over a water-retaining combination.
My older male was starting to mark territory (a sign of unrinary discomfort), so I tried giving him some dilute organic molasses water. He had lapped up some of my Epsom Salts
footbath! He stopped marking- I had read that potassium can help urinary issues, and it made sense- potassium and magnesium need to be in balance.