This blend not only stops the horse’s cough but also harmonizes the lungs. Therefore treatment should always continue for a significant period of time after the cough is resolved to truly resolve the lung disharmony.
Herbsmith Fritillaria Harmonize Lung is not a substitute for veterinary care but rather an adjunct to veterinary care. These herbs will complement traditional veterinary care and pharmaceuticals. This blend can—and in many cases should—be used together with prescriptions.
This combination of herbs was developed generations ago to resolve cough by addressing the underlying cause, or root, of the problem—lung disharmony. The herbs in this blend are effective at resolving cough, harmonizing the lung, clearing heat (“inflammation” in Western terms), and dispelling phlegm.
By harmonizing the lung and the lung meridian, we allow the body to heal itself. This is the true difference between treating the root cause versus simply suppressing the symptoms. Once the lungs are in harmony, the horse can react in a normal way to viruses or allergens such as dust and mold.
Treatment Principles: Tonifies liver yin, nourishes liver blood, and strengthens sinews.
(For the 1000 lb Horse)
Traditional Formulas: Administer two (2) tablespoons twice daily until coughing has resolved or at least 7 days. Then, administer two (2) tablespoons once a day thereafter. If coughing begins again repeat the above directions. Note: In the event, the horse refuses to eat herbs, start with small amounts in the grain until the horse is acquainted with the taste, or try the Flax Plus version of this formula. Almost all horses will eat the herbs in their grain.
Flax Plus: Administer one (1) scoop twice daily for the initial twenty days. Then, administer one (1) scoop daily. Six tablespoon scoop included.
Precautions: Use this blend to harmonize the lungs not just to resolve cough. Therefore treatment should always continue for a significant period of time after the cough is resolved to truly resolve the lung disharmony.
Note: This formula is not a substitute for veterinary care but rather an adjunct to veterinary care. These herbs will complement traditional veterinary care and pharmaceuticals therefore they can and in many cases should be used together. Consultation with Herbsmith’s veterinarian is always available to the owner or the horse’s veterinarian. If a fever develops seek veterinary care immediately.
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