HomeoVet EquioPathics Nose Relief Liquid Farm Animal & Horse Supplement, 120-mL bottle

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About This Item

  • Provides support for a healthy nasal and sinus tract.
  • Formulated to help horses with a runny nose,
  • Free from harsh chemicals.
  • Safe for young, pregnant and nursing animals.
  • Can be added to your pet's food and water or fed directly to her.

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Top IngredientsActive: Each 120 mL bottle contains: Hepar sulph calc 6c, 30c, Kali bic 6c...L-Lysine, Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, Stabilized Rice Bran...Active: Each 120 mL bottle contains equal parts of: Arnica 6c, 12c, 30c...Each 120 mL bottle contains equal parts of: Chamomilla 6c, 30c, Colocynthis 6c...Active: Each 120 mL bottle contains: Ephedra vulg 6c, 10c, 30c...
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4 Customer Questions


what are the ingredients?
Answer by ChewyMar 09, 2022
Please refer to the attached photo to reference the active ingredients in this supplement.

Is this safe for goats?
Answer by ChewyDec 13, 2020
This supplement may be used with a variety of animals. For Horses, donkeys, and cattle give 2 ml (2cc) twice daily until signs of improvement occur. Goats and sheep 1 ml (1 cc) twice daily until signs of improvement occur. Medication can be reduced to once daily and eventually stopped when condition clears up.

will this help with runny noses in horses?
Answer by ChewyApr 21, 2020
This supplement aids with a runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing and congestion.

Can I use this on my Cats?
Answer by ChewyOct 09, 2019
This supplement is formulated for Horses.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Haley on Jan 28, 2022

Snotty nose sheep

Got this for a pet sheep (she was a bottle baby) and is now 2. Unfortunately the group she is with (they all came from the same farm) all have developed (came with) a resistance to any antibiotics that can be used in sheep so they suffer from chronic sinus related problems. So there is not much we can do other than put them down when it gets bad. I’ve been giving a dropper full daily to my ewe (Southdown Babydoll) and it has made a big difference for her. She’s not 100% better but she is comfortable and only occasionally has a little bit of a runny nose. My goal is just to keep them comfortable as long as possible.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Roni on Jul 4, 2021

THIS STUFF WORKS

I was thoroughly impressed by this product! It’s become a staple in my household. As a foster momma, I get a lot of sick kitties! I used the cat ones for them and it essentially cured the chronically stuffy ones! It is really amazing! I now get this and use it for them since the smaller bottles went so quick. I use about 5-10 drops depending on the size of the kitty. It’s really amazing! And I’ll put a few extra drops in their water and I really see a huge difference


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By UtahCowboy on Jun 13, 2020

NoseDropRelief

Administered Nose Relief. Saw improvements the first day and significant improvement daily. After four days, discontinued use. Symptoms returned but not as bad. Will continue use. We have a dry and dusty environment and the horses came up from Texas. I think they will eventually adapt.