Cavalor Bronchix Pulmo opens airways and supports capillary elasticity and resilience during intensive training or competition. Poor respiratory function is a common reason why sport horses sometimes just can’t perform their best. The efficient transport of oxygen is crucial for top performance. Cavalor Bronchix Pulmo has been developed for the optimal maintenance of the lungs and airways. It improves blood vessel elasticity and resilience and promotes respiration. This effect has been observed in a clinical test on active racehorses.
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The respiratory system gets a real workout during intense work, increasing the need for oxygen. This increased pressure on blood flow to the lungs puts strain on the alveoli. An efficient use of oxygen is essential for top performance.
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Cavalor Bronchix Pulmo contains a balanced blend of essential oils for a synergistic and beneficial effect on the airways and improved elasticity of the pulmonary alveoli. The Daucus carota in Cavalor Bronchix Pulmo strengthens blood vessel walls and, together with Allium sativum and cypress, lowers the blood pressure to promote resistance and elasticity of the pulmonary alveoli. Citrus aurantiifolia, Eucalyptus globulus Labil, cypress and Glycyrrhiza glabra clear mucus from the airways, promote freer breathing, and neutralise free radicals.
How to use
We recommend starting Cavalor® Bronchix Pulmo at least 16 days before any intense work to prepare the respiratory system. For less strenuous work, 6 days is sufficient.
Administer 20 g (1/3 syringe) daily, continuing for at least 15 (or 5) days. The day before intensive exercise and the morning of (or evening before), administer 30 g (1/2 syringe).
In short: use 6 syringes total when preparing for races, shows or heavy work, and 3 syringes for less strenuous work.
The maximum amount per horse per day is 60 g (1 syringe).