BREATHEASY Natural Respiratory Aid for Horses

BREATHEASY Natural Respiratory Aid for Horses

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  • A completely natural complementary supplement containing ingredients known for their exceptional benefits to the respiratory system which can open up the airways to ease the horse’s breathing.

  • WHY CHOOSE A RESPIRATORY SUPPLEMENT?

    The horse’s respiratory system can sometimes become compromised due to changes in their environment such as being stabled for long periods of time with irritation from the dust in the hay and some bedding. Spring and Summer can equally bring respiratory challenges for the horse with tree or grass pollens and crop flowers such as rapeseed.

    BREATHEASY KEY BENEFITS

    • Administration for a very short period of time is often all that is required.
    • For use in horses suffering from airborne irritants such as dust, pollen and mould
    • Helps to keep your horse’s airways clear of mucus
    • Suitable for seasonal or long term problems
    • 100% Natural
  • KEY INGREDIENTSLEVELS PER 1ML
    Pine Oil10mg
    Peppermint Oil5mg
    Eucalyptus Oil5mg
    Origanum Oil5mg
    Copper Chelate214mcg
    Glucose Syrup20% (of product)
    COMPOSITION
    Dextrose, Methyl sulphonyl methane, Propane - 1,2-diol,
    ADDITIVES PER LITRE
    Antioxidants : Tocopherol-rich extracts from vegetable oils (delta rich) (1b306 (ii)) 2140mg
    Trace Elements : Copper (as Copper (II) chelate of glycine hydrate (solid) (3b413) 50mg
    Flavouring Compounds : Pine Oil 10700mg, Peppermint Oil 5350mg, Eucalyptus Oil 5350mg, Oregano Oil 5350mg
    ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS
    Crude Protein 0.1%, Crude Fat 6.9%, Crude Ash 0.2%, Crude Fibre 0.1%, Moisture 58%
  • ADD TO FEED EACH DAYUp to 300kg300kg to 600kgOver 600kg
    Initial 10 Day Loading Dose
    for acute cases only
    30ml50ml80ml
    Regular Ongoing Dose thereafter15ml25ml30ml
    1,000ml - How often do I need my order? Every 2 monthsEvery 1-2 monthsEvery month
    2,500ml - How often do I need my order? Every 5-6 monthsEvery 3 monthsEvery 2-3 months
    Additional Information
    Levels may be adjusted accordingly to the horse's specific needs, or as directed by your vet