22 Respiratory Support

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

$70.00

The herbs in #22 Respiratory Support help maintain normal respiratory function, and may be beneficial in:

  • Supporting normal recovery after strenuous activity
  • Helping maintain the normal integrity and function of the lungs
  • Supporting normal mobilization of invading toxins
  • Assisting the body in combating environmental pollutants
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SKU: E22 Category: Tags: , , , , , , ,

Description

Active Ingredients: A proprietary blend of (Mullein, Echinacea, Irish Moss, Pleurisy, Yarrow, Barberry, Garlic, Boneset, Licorice and Goldenseal) 6331 mg per tbsp. Scoop included.
Inactive Ingredients: NONE
Recommended use: 1 level scoop per day for 1000-1200 lb horse. There are approximately 60 scoops per bag.
Available sizes: E22-1 1 lb re-sealable foil bag

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 1 × 9.75 in

6 reviews for 22 Respiratory Support

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Emily

    I used respiratory for my mare with a bad cough and nasal congestion. After about a week of purchasing and using once daily she had no signs of a cough or labored breathing. Thank you silver lining!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Susan (verified owner)

    I cannot believe the difference in my horse after being on this just a week. Our training rides are calmer because his breathing isn’t labored and he feels better. And his allergy cough is almost nonexistent. I never would have believed it! I almost sold this horse because we were having such issues. Thanks much!

  3. Jessie Roman

    I just wanted to say THANK YOU for your awesome products. About 3-4 years ago one of our Geldings, Dash, was diagnosed with COPD. We did everything we could to keep him comfortable, and tried a few of the very minimal products out there for horses with COPD/breathing problems. Every year he seemed to get a little worse, and the dry summers were very difficult on him even though we kept his area watered down. When Spring started this year and his wheezing and cough were worse than last summer, we were desperate to find something to ease his discomfort. Per your recommendation, we started him on 22 Respiratory Support as well as 24 Immune Support. In just a few short months, his wheezing went down and he isn’t coughing nearly as often. Of course it can’t cure the COPD, but it’s done an incredible job of minimizing it and giving him relief. We were so worried that we were only going to have him with us a few more years because of how bad he was getting, but now we know he’ll be hanging around for quite a while. I’m such a believer in your supplements, and so thankful for the life they’re helping us give Dash. I just ordered a batch of other supplements on the other horses, and can’t wait to see what it can do for them. Thanks again!

  4. Kari Brough

    A couple years ago I bought a 3 yr old mare from Texas and brought her to my home in Las Vegas. She started having respiratory problems. She was constantly coughing when I would trot or lope her. If I would walk, she was fine. I took her to the vet and had her scoped. The vet found that her flapper was partially paralyzed and elected to do tie-back surgery on her. The surgery was scheduled and when I dropped her off for the procedure the surgeon decided to scope her again to see exactly what they were looking at. At that time, they decided that it wasn’t paralyzed enough to operate on it. The vets sent my horse home and told me that it was an environmental issue and if she lived in a different environment she probably wouldn’t have the problems that she has, which was basically allergies. They advised me to take her off of all hay, and feed her pellets only. After doing this for a year, she was no better. I tried other products, one worked for several months, and another didn’t work at all. I was also advised by the vets to give her Ventipulmin before I run her in order to open her up. I went as far as buying a prescribed asthma inhaler in order to give her breathing treatments before I ran her. Nothing seemed to help. I was entered in a barrel race in the spring, and had to give her shots of Dexamethasone and oral Ventipulmin for several days morning and night leading up to and during the barrel race. Finally I decided to try Silver Lining Herbs, and that has solved ALL of my problems. I have fed Respiratory Support and Immune Support to her for 2 years now. She does have 1 or 2 days a year where she has a flare up, during the spring on high pollen count days, but she eats any and all hay that she wants and seems to be a lot more comfortable then she ever has been. Thanks Mickey!

  5. Cindy Smith

    Scooter is a mare which has had nothing but an ongoing respiratory problem. She”s caught every virus that has crossed the road and coughs all year round plus she ties up. It was hard, but I did what you said. I took her off all the other supplements and started her on Kidney, Immune, and Respiratory. Her problem with tying up was not exercise induced but excitability. Her sickly ways have kept her out of commission for 2 1/2 years. She has been on the herbs about 2 months. Here is the gospel, she has not coughed. She has been feeling good. Right in the beginning she had a minor tie up bout, but I didn’t weaken and I just kept with the herbs. She is now breathing really good, like a normal horse. Clears her nose and really breaths deep. She has much more stamina. She hasn’t had any more bouts with tying up. She has been to two barrel races in which she ran 6/10ths off the open horse fast time. Not bad for a mare that hasn’t ran for two years. I tried essential oils, dry herbs, and liquid herbs from every part of the world. I even tried herb biscuits imported from England. She hated all of them and I had to almost force feed her. Now she runs to her feeder and waits impatiently!

  6. Lisa

    Hi Chance, I bought the Respiratory Herbs. My rodeo horse, Pistol Packin Pony, has had a chronic cough for a long time. Vets said it was allergies. He has almost completely stopped. Big improvement in about 30 days. Thanks again, Lisa

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