25 INF-X


To support and maintain friendly bacteria and to eliminate unfriendly bacteria.


Active Ingredients: A proprietary blend of (Barberry, Olive Leaf, Echinacea, Garlic, Marshmallow, Myrrh, Oregon Grape, Yarrow, Yerba Santa and Goldenseal) 460 mg per capsule.
Inactive Ingredients: NONE
Recommended use: Give daily for ten days, then discontinue for three days, then feed daily again for three days.

  • Up to 30 pounds, give 1 capsule daily.
  • 30-75 pounds, give 2 capsules daily.
  • Over 75 pounds, give 3 capsules daily.

Available sizes: K25C 90 Capsule Bottle


Additional information

Weight .25 lbs
Dimensions 2 × 2 × 4.5 in

2 reviews for 25 INF-X

  1. LaVerne Hatch-Weber

    Our 2 great pyrenees, who are LGD & 11 months old, were in a fight with a pack of coyotes a week or more ago. A few days later one of the dogs started smelling as if he had rolled in something dead, it wouldn’t have been the first time. After a couple days we decided we needed to bite the bullet and bath our stinky boy. He was very ashamed of his smell and kept hiding. As we took his collar off we found where his fur was matted and covered in yellow ooz. We shaved his neck and found 2 bites on his neck, that was infected and oozing. We washed his neck, put inf-x mixed with equine salve on the bite marks, and fed him the Inflammation and Inf-X herbs. 24 hours later he is playing and social, has no smell, and all the yellow ooz is gone. He just has pretty red scabs over the bites!

    What helped is the dog dug a hole under a shed to lay up and hide out. By doing so he kept flies and bugs from creating a situation with maggots and other parasites. The dog’s natural reaction protected him from a compound problem, and the herbs fixed the issue that was created by the bites.

    I have friends dealing with the same issue with one of their dogs. They spent nearly $500 at the vet and are still working to clean up the infection after a week.

  2. Melanie K. Beckman

    So, I called and ordered my horse blends, along with the dog regimen Chance suggested for our 6 month old golden who, despite his vaccines ended up with parvo. I decided to treat him at home vs. the vet hospital to reduce stress level and because I used to work as a Vet Tech, so I can give fluids, injections, and oral meds easily. We added in Immune Support, Digestive Support, and INF-X and Magnus is back to normal. We noticed he was off food on Wednesday night and by Sunday he was eating/drinking on his own and able to keep everything down. Thanks from us (And Magnus) for all your help!

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