allergic inhalant bronchitis, tracheal bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma, primary ciliary’s dyskenia (Irish wolfhound).
One capsule per 10-20lbs of body weight twice daily depending on the severity. The dosage is recommended one full tablespoon twice daily for equine patients.
clematis, schizandra, lycium fruit, cuscuta, cicada, white peony, licorice, scutellaria, silkworm, centipede, scorpion, earthworm, magnolia bark, white mustard seed
By physical examination, laboratory testing, and or radiographs.
There is no contraindication known in conjunction with conventional drugs
Antibiotics, bronchial expectants & anti-inflammatory medicines can be used in conjunction with the herbals if it’s needed or tapered down or off. Monitoring is by clinical evaluation. Toxicity & reactions are extremely rare. In some extreme cases, herbal supplements may cause vomiting & diarrhea in the first 24-48 hours. Symptoms stop as soon as the herbal supplements discontinued.
There are no known interactions at this time.