The only clinically proven herbal formula for COPD / heaves or small airway disease.
Anti-infective, anti-allergy, reduces coughs, congestion, and other respiratory problems.
Strengthens the respiratory system. Now with Blue Green Algae (BGA) or Spirulina with proven effectiveness against allergies.
- Reduces cough
- Anti infective
- Lowers elevated respiratory rate within 7 days
- No fillers
Dry Mash Format: Aniseed, Fennel, Garlic, Peppermint, Spirulina, Thyme, Antioxidant Blend
Liquid Format: Eucalyptus, Fennel, Anise, Hyssop, Horehound, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Water
Note: Liquid format does not contain garlic.
Note: Also available - Breath (Dry Mash) without garlic
DAILY FEED RATE (per 500 kg / 1100 lbs of body weight):
Dry Mash Format: 40 g per day
Liquid Format: 25-50 ml per day
FORMAT & COST PER DAY:
1 kg dry mash - $2.52 (lasting ~25 days)
6 kg dry mash - $2.28 (lasting ~150 days)
1 L liquid - $0.77-$1.55 (lasting ~20-40 days) Buy 6 & save!
Questions & AnswersAsk a Question
I had previously ordered Breathe, but it was in liquid form. I can't find it. I also had ordered some treats in a bucket but can't find them either. Help, please!
We see what you mean! Breathe Liquid is a little hard to find as it is grouped with Breathe Mash (or Leaf). We will work on splitting it off to make it easier to search for. In the meantime, Breathe Liquid can be found at the link below under the Size & Format option just below the price:
The horse treat you mention is called “Herbits”. It can be found at the link below. We carry five different flavours: Apple, Carrot, Cinnamon, Licorice and Spearmint.
It looks like the dry mash and the liquid are made up of two different products. Am I to use both together, or do both work the same?
Both Breathe dry mash and liquid formats work in the same manner and it is not necessary to feed both at the same time. It comes down to personal preference (and the preference of your horses). Some people prefer measuring out the liquid as a top dress on feed. Others prefer scooping the mash and mixing it in with the daily feed.