Description: UniBroncho is the complementary feed formulated on the basis of the most recent knowledge about the herbs exerting a beneficial action on the respiratory system. It contains a blend of officinal herbs (eucalyptus, liquorice, peppermint, fennel, sage, pine and thyme), whose combined effect improve respiratory efficiency. In phytotherapy, these herbs are well-known for their action, which aims at strengthening the respiratory system and, therefore, at reducing the frequency of cough and respiratory irritation.
When to use UniBroncho: Use UniBroncho in case of cough or airways obstructions to maintain the health of the respiratory system.
Properties of its constituents: UniBroncho’s formula is based on a blend of herbal substances used in human pharmacopoeia. In fact, UniBroncho exploits all the beneficial properties of fennel seeds, of peppermint and eucalyptus oils and of several plants that have been used for millennia in popular medicine. Peppermint and eucalyptus balsamic oils act significantly on the respiratory system: they improve cellular oxygenation, which is fundamental for proper body conditions. In scientific phytotherapy, it is acknowledged that oleoresins extracted from eucalyptus leaves have balsamic properties. Phytotherapy plants with balsamic properties help increase the fluidity of the airway secretions (82). Fennel seeds, for example, have been known for millennia for their beneficial action on the respiratory system: they contain an essential oil that increases the amount of water in secretions, thus facilitating their elimination (83, 84).
Use and dosage: Administer 60-100 g (three rounded full measuring scoops) of UniBroncho per day, properly mixed with the daily ration, for at least 15 consecutive days. Results will be evident after 3-5 days from the first administration.
This product does not cause any adverse reaction. Nevertheless, since every organism has its own peculiarities, dietary supplements, feeds and complementary feeds should always be introduced in a horse’s diet gradually, in order to evaluate the product’s effects on the horse.