• Reduces respiratory tract irritation.
• Decreases the bronchial tube’s sensitivity to allergies.
• Improves tissue oxygenation.
• Helps alveolar ventilation.
Benefits of ingredients
New science shows that glucosamine, in addition to its extreme value as a structural raw material, is also a nutrient that regulates health in multiple ways. One example of glucosamine’s newly discovered talents relates to the body’s response to infection. Glucosamine increases this response.
Vitamin C plays a pivotal role in neutralizing harmful free radicals. It also has a stimulating effect on immune defence mechanisms. The RDA (recommended daily allowance) is 1 to 1.5 gm/500 kilos for working and high-performance horses and 0.5 gm/500 kilos for breeding stock.
Ribes Nigrum (black currant)
Due to its anti-inammatory benefits.
Vitis Vinifera (grape vine) has anti-oxidant activity.
Pinus Montana (montain pine or mugo pine) Improves tissue oxygenation.
Betula Alba (white birch)
White birch extract has analgesic properties.
Viburnum Opulus (cramp bark)
Antispasmodic (relax muscle cramps)
Cramp bark relieves spasms and reduces muscular tension.
Sambucus nigra (elderberry)
Used for its anti-oxidant activity, it boosts the immune system, lessens coughs, and leads to improvement in colds, flus and bacterial and viral infections. Elderberry was used to treat a flu epidemic in Panama in 1995.