Anise seed, marshmallow leaves, common nettle, garlic (dried), barberry bark, ginko leaves, white mineral oil, ginger.
A comprehensive blend of herbs specifically chosen for their beneficial effects on lung tissue integrity. Must be fed regularly over a prolonged period, due to the cumulative effects of herbs.
The life of the modern riding horse can often challenge his respiratory system. Stable bedding, indoor schools and horseboxes can all harbour dust and fungal spores which could accumulate and irratate the airways. In the wild the horse had access to a wide range of vegetation to suit all his nutritional needs, and could specifically select those required.
Unfortunately, due to the limited number of species on modern pasture the horse can no longer make that choice. Herbs traditionally used for respiratory stress including garlic, capsicum and althea. Garlic has been used medicinally since ancient and medieval times and is an excellent herb for supporting health. Capsicum may help to remove accumulated mucus by promoting the mucocillary response. Easy Breathing contains a herbal blend including garlic, Capsicum and Althea for maintenance of the respiratory system.
Respiratory stress is a common fact of life for the modern horse. Stabling, forage and indoor schools can all harbour dust and fungal spores which accumulate in and irritate the sensitive lining of the lungs and respiratory tract.
In the wild, horses had free access to a wide range of herbs, shrubs and trees that they could self select to meet their requirements. With the limited species variation in modern pasture, this is no longer possible. Easy Breathing is designed to improve the diet by re-introducing natural herbal variation in order to support lung health. Easy Breathing includes althea, garlic and aniseed; well known for their traditional roles in a healthy respiratory system.
Easy Breathing is suitable for the maintenance of healthy lungs in all horses and ponies. For optimum lung function see NAF Respirator Boost and NAF Respirator.
Feed where dust or pollen are an issue in your horse's environment.
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Feeding herbs produces a cumulative effect so should be fed regularly over a prolonged period for the best results.
Maintenance levels may be adjusted to suit the individual, and are not necessarily related to bodyweight.
A 3 kg tub fed at 25 g per day will last 120 days.
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