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No Bute No Wheeze Respiratory Aid for Horses

  • 1 litre Bottle £20.49
  • 2.5 litre Bottle £54.49
  • 5 litre Bottle £100.99

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No Bute No Wheeze Helps to clear mucus clogged airways using a specially blended herbal liquid supplement designed to help alleviate the symptoms of equine cough and other respiratory problems. Effective and affordable, comes highly recommended.

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Sinus

21st Sep 2017
Poppy

Hi my horse has had sinus surgery recently to remove sinus cysts, would this supplement help with keeping his sinus clear to help prevent infections and cysts.

  • Veterinary Advisor

This supplement is designed for the respiratory tract but can have beneficial effects on mucus clearance so may have similar effect aiding the drainage of the sinuses, although this is not what is it designed for. As far as I am aware there is no specific supplement for sinuses in horses.

Pollen allergy

22nd Jul 2015
Cheryl Lancashire
  • VioVet Customer Since: December 2014
  • From: Wiltshire, United Kingdom

Hi south this product help with a horse whom is hyper allergenic to all pollen, he was diagnosed at 5yrs and I've managed the condition very well and he has moved on to inhalers in the last 12 months. I feel this would help support his system your thoughts would help thanks

  • Non-Executive Director

This is potentially a useful product to add to the other measures you use for your horse. It can contribute to the treatment, but will not control it completely. It is still very important to try and minimise the contact with dusts and pollens. Being kept outdoors and soaking hay etc are still crucial measures.