Respi-Free -Can be used as a first line treatment for breathing problems. Respi-Free is a 3 in 1 combination of product containing Airwaves, Lung Flush and Herba Coff used for horses with severe breathing problems such as COPD/Heaves. Also beneficial for horses that race on synthetic surfaces which may contribute to respiratory problems.
Dosage: 30cc-90cc one to three times a day as required. Pre-event give 90cc. ALWAYS administer by dosing syringe.
Indgredients and functions:
Eriobotryae Japonica - Expectorant
Bulbus Fritillaria Thunbergii - Cough suppressant, bronchodialator
Polygala Tenuifolia - Expectorant, anti-inflammatory for pharyngitis
Rosemary - Shown to increase blood flow in capillaries especially significant for lungs because of their great amount of capillaries. Stimulating blood flow in lung capillaries will help remove stagnant toxins from the lung into the general circulation where it can be diluted, detoxified and eliminated.
Scutellaria Biacalensis - Used to treat respiratory conditions, especially infections of the upper respiratory tract. Helps support the lungs and aids in drainage.
Momordica Grosvenori - Expectorant, cough suppressant. Stimulates the activity of the lung macrophages, thus helping to clear and drain cellular debris trapped in teh lung tissue
Honeysuckle - As an expectorant, it is useful for dislodging phlegm and thereby aids drainage of the lungs
Chrysanthemum Morifolium - Functions as an expectorant and is an anti-bacterial agent
Morus Alba - Functions as an expectorant and supports lung tissue
Peppermint - Stimulates the opening of the airways (bronchioles)
Eucalyptus Leaves - Bronchodilator
Mullein - Relieves bronchospasms, clears mucus and aids breathing
Pleurissy Root - Helps clear the airways of mucus, improves breathing, eases inflammation in the chest
Elecampane - Clears mucus, improves breathing
Nettles - Anti-histamine action, helps alleviate allergic symptoms
Menthol - Potent bronchodilator
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE. ORAL USE ONLY.
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR MARES IN FOAL
This information is not intended to diagnose or treat health conditions. Consultation is recommended with your veterinarian for proper diagnosis