Quick Facts

¤  MOXXOR is made from chilled pressed New Zealand green-lipped mussels. The facility is located adjacent to the sound where the mussels are grown, thereby ensuring absolute freshness.

¤  There are sixty (60) 350-mg capsules in each bottle of MOXXOR.

¤  There are no fillers or excipients in MOXXOR. Each capsule contains only green-lipped mussel oil, New Zealand kiwifruit seed oil, and Sauvignon Blanc grapeseed husk extract. The capsule is made from bovine gelatin (New Zealand, BSE-free). *Click here to find out why MOXXOR grapeseed extract is completely safe.

¤  Because all proteins are removed from the product during the extraction process, MOXXOR is safe even for pets with an allergy to seafood allergy.

¤  MOXXOR is free from genetically modified material, heavy metals, arsenic, PCBs, bis-phenols, and pesticides.

¤  MOXXOR comes with a 90-day, 100% money-back guarantee!

10 Responses to Quick Facts

  1. Sue Shepherd says:

    You tout your product without giving supplement facts. A customer should know ahead of time what they are buying. What are the ingredients?

  2. Patty Rinehart says:

    I read that grapes and raisins are toxic to cats and dogs. I am concerned about the Sauvignon Blanc grapeseed husk extract in the Moxxor supplement. Have the long term effects of this extract been tested?

  3. Ann Cacio says:

    I see yo advertise Moxxor is good for pets. Is it good for dogs and cats with chronic kidney disease even though there is grape seed oil in it? It has been said grapes are toxic to dogs and cats. I would like to start my dog on this, but need to be sure it will not harm him.

  4. Jamie Layton says:

    I feed my cats a raw diet and I supplement with vitamin E and salmon oil. I intend to replace the salmon oil with MOXXOR, but what about the vitamin E contained in the kiwi oil? How much is in there? I do not want to overdose my kitties! Should I remove both the Vitamin E supplement and the salmon oil and replace BOTH with MOXXOR?

    • Team Holistic Vet says:

      The vit E complex in kiwi oil is natural and completely bioavailable, but it’s a small amount. It is very hard to overdose vitamin E but if you see signs of diarrhea or other tummy upset then drop your extra vitamin E. Unless you are feeding a lot of fish you probably don’t need that much E anyway.

  5. Barbara Geary says:

    I have a diabetic cat will Moxoor upset her blood sugar numbers?

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