Earth Animal Herbal Remedies - Cough, Wheeze, & Sneeze 2fl. oz
by EARTH ANIMAL
Cough, Wheeze & Sneeze is an organic herbal blend that supports respiratory function and health. And, it helps to support normal circulation. Each batch is hand-crafted in the Green Mountains of Vermont. Conditions of the respiratory system of dogs and cats are quite common. Dogs and cats are prone to seasonal allergies, especially during the pollen season. Infections, coughing, wheezing, and sneezing are also common during stressful times, such as cold weather, boarding, and showing.
For use in dogs and cats only.
Bottle Size: 2 oz.
Directions For Use: ADMINISTER ORALLY, twice daily. Can be given with water or directly in the mouth. For maintenance, dose by weight, once daily or every other day.
- 3-7 lbs. - 3-4 Drops
- 8-15 lbs. - 5-8 Drops
- 16-35 lbs. - 10-12 Drops
- 36-85 lbs. - 15-18 Drops
- 86+ lbs. - 20-25 Drops
Active Ingredients per (20 drops): A Proprietary Blend of Organic & Wildcrafted Herbal Extracts (1:4) of Mullein Leaf, Coltsfoot Leaf, Elecampane Root, Lobelia, Echinacea, Myrrh, Licorice Root, Osha, Usnea, Goldenrod.
Inactive Ingredients: Alcohol, Flower Essence Blend of (Chestnut Bud, Olive, Nasturtium), Glycerin, Water.
Mullein Leaf - Helps support a healthy respiratory system and quiets irritation of the nose, throat, and lungs. Coltsfoot Leaf - Helps support respiratory health. Elecampane Root - Helps support a healthy respiratory system. Lobelia - Helps to quiet irritations associated with cough. *Echinacea Purpurea - Has antimicrobial, antibacterial, and antiviral properties. Myrrh - Helps to soothe and quiet irritations of the mucous membranes in the mouth. Licorice Root - Has a soothing effect on inflamed mucous membranes and is good for adrenal fatigue. Osha Root - Helps support respiratory health and function. Usena - Has strong antibacterial properties and is used in the support of respiratory health. Goldenseal Root - Has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
*For animals with autoimmune diseases, please talk with your veterinarian first as Echinacea can have adverse effects with autoimmune diseases.