Audevard Balsamic Air 500ml
|Species||Horse or Pony|
Respiratory problems are the primary cause of underperformance in horses. They reduce muscle oxygenation capacity, which directly affects sporting performance, thus creating specific nutritional requirements in horses. The unique combination of four carefully selected essential oils has made Balsamic Air a success for more than 20 years. Its texture means it can be administered either orally or by spraying in the horse’s environment.
- Balsamic Air doesn not contain any ingredients that could lead to a positive result during anti-doping tests, and can therefore be used safely in all circumstances (competitions, stables etc.)
- It is indicated for hygiene of the mucous membrane in the respiratory tract and for horses suffering from benign acute airways disorders.
Packaging500ml. Sufficient for up to 25 days use in adult horses.
Raw materials: Sorbitol, potassium chloride.
Additives: 2b - Aromatic substances: Paperbark (Melaleuca viridiflora - EO) 5460 mg, rosemary (Rosemarinus officinalis - EO) 5460 mg, eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus - EO) 5460 mg, Norway pine (Pinus sylvestris - EO) 5160 mg, terpineol 5152 mg, thyme (Thymus vulgaris— MT) 1,360 mg.
Analytical constituents: Humidity 96.3 %, crude protein 0.8 %, raw fats 0%, crude ash 0%, crude fibre 0 %, sodium 0.003 %.
Average daily intake (25 ml) contains:
Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus - EO): 136 mg
Niaouli (Melaleuca viridiflora - EO): 136 mg
Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris - EO): 129 mg
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis - EO): 136 mg
Terpineol: 128 mg
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris - MT): 34 mg
Nutritional support to meet horses increased respiratory requirements in winter.
Daily allowance: 10 ml 2 to 3 times per day for 8 days.
Balsamic Air can also be sprayed in the surrounding air.
Shake well before use.
Pour onto the feed or administer directly to the horse via mouth
Great champions are given Balsamic Air three days before transportation and for several days afterwards if required, to minimise the unpleasant effects of a change of environment, or time spent in the confined space of a horsebox, or trailer.