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Equine Respiratory Supplements

Equine Respiratory Supplements

Equine respiratory supplements can help regulate your horse’s breathing. When used properly, they can provide comfort for your horse during light work.
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Horse respiratory supplements can help your horse breathe with ease.

The natural ingredients in respiratory supplements from Horze can soothe the lungs and throat and make breathing easier for your horse. Natural products such as honey, menthol, eucalyptus oil, lemon juice, aloe vera, apple cider vinegar and more can treat your horse without harsh chemicals and other additives. Relieving these symptoms naturally will keep your horse happy and give you peace of mind. Air Power by Finish Line is a cost-effective option to relieve irritation from environmental factors.

Horse breathing supplements can mean a more comfortable ride for you and your horse.

Adding a natural supplement to your horse’s diet can help with irritation of the throat and lungs. Environmental irritants can make ailments worse. Adding a menthol-based supplement can help open the airways and provide relief for a horse with breathing issues. Natural supplements such as eucalyptus can act as an expectorant and make it easier for the horse to cough. Menthol can act as a cooling agent and help relieve dry, irritated throats. Always consult your veterinarian if you are unsure if respiratory supplements are right for your horse.