Dr. Weyrauch No. 6 Alpine Freshness
Supports the healthy function of the respiratory tract
(£104.48 / kg, Price shown includes 5% VAT. - Excludes delivery costs)
Features & Advantages
- Made according to a traditional recipe
- With special herbs
- Rich in essential oils
Item no.: WEY-Pferd-6.1, Content: 400 g, EAN: 4260614540262
German packaging:Nr. 6 Alpenfrische
Cough is a symptom of irritation or respiratory disease. Sensitive horses experience respiratory problems if they are exposed to dusty hay or too little fresh air in the stable. The causes of coughs are diverse and range from mechanical irritation (food particles, dust, dry air) to allergies (histamines), thermal or chemical stimuli (cold, excess ammonia) to infectious diseases of viral or bacterial origin. In most cases, two causes come together, for example an infection caused by unfavourable living conditions.
To keep the respiratory system healthy, the body has a kind of self-cleaning mechanism in the mucous membranes, in which mucus is continuously formed. This is called "pulmonary mucociliary clearance". If a horse falls ill, the mucous membranes become irritated. The inflammation increases the mucus or changes its consistency. This means that more sputum is created or the mucus becomes tough and remains in the airways, which can lead to breathing problems. Spastic reactions are also possible. Your vet can give you more information after examining your horse.
Plant substances are a traditional cure for acute and chronic respiratory problems. Plants frequently used to treat these issues include thyme, liquorice and sage. It makes sense to support your horse's diet with nutrient-rich, mucosal herbs that are rich in essential oils and terpenes. These herbs include: anise, fennel and fenugreek seeds, Icelandic moss, borage, cowslips, primrose and lesser burnet and many more.
No. 6 Alpine Freshness - a product with history
This herbal blend has a long history. Felix Mayer, a homeopath from Munich, shared his great-grandfather's recipe to create this product. His great grandpa was a veterinarian in Vienna. Alpine Freshness supplies herbs that enrich horses diets with nutrients that are less common in nature in the cold season than in summer. This includes terpenes made from special herbs.
Terpenes belong to the phytochemical family. Terpenes are fat-soluble and are lipids in the broadest sense. They are best known for their antimicrobial effects. Many terpenes smell very pleasant and are therefore used as a component of essential oils.
- Feed 10 to 20 g daily (1 to 2 measuring spoons full), correspondingly less for ponies and small horses
- Doping: Please wait 48 hours after using this product before a competition.
|Animal Feed:||Supplementary Feed for Horses|
- Dried herbs
- Dried fruits and flowers
- Dried Roots
- Iceland moss
|Crude protein||9 %|
|Crude fat||2 %|
|Crude fibre||28 %|
|Raw ash||7 %|
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