Allergy Saver for Horses 3lbs

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Allergy Saver for Horses 3lbs


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Product Summary:

Allergysaver provides nutritional support for horses with respiratory congestion, moderate to severe allergies, and skin health distress.

Use of this product has not been evaluated for horses younger than six months, pregnant, nursing and breeding mares, but in field studies conducted no side effects were noticed. For oral use in horses only.


Administer one scoop twice daily, preferably on an empty stomach.

Mix the product in powder form with grain and feed as normal. Product may also be mixed with water and fed directly into the mouth. Administer preferably on an empty stomach. One serving = 1 scoop, 1 scoop = 7.56 g.

Livatio afflicoze: Rosmarinic acid, spirulina (blue green algae), ficus versiculosos, algal omega-3, bladenwrack, chorella, luteolin (from perilla leaf extract, perilla leaf 10:1 extract, purified calf thymus protein, algal omega-3, docosahexanoic acid (DHA) and quercetin.
Item Number Model Number UPC
E019266 14502-2 830968003412

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How long does this last?
Kayla on Jun 15, 2019
BEST ANSWER: At 60 scoops per pound, administering one scoop per day, a pound would last 60 days. If you feed two scoops, a pound would last 30 days. My horse had skin allergies related to Florida insects. This supplement was not as helpful as Cheval Insideout combined with a scoop of Mirra Coat. It may be more effective for other types of allergies.
Is this an effective product in combatting insect allergies?
Ken M on Sep 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes!! I rescued an arabian gelding that recently had to go through colic surgery. Once he was recovered, he became intensely allergic to fly saliva and he would break into hives that would result in loss of hair. It was pretty horrible - his shoulders, legs, and face were just bare skin. My vet said the only option was steroids, which I refused to do unless it was my last resort. Thankfully I found AllergySaver, and after two weeks of putting it in his grain (at the highest dose of two scoops twice a day), I can take off his fly sheet, mask, and boots, and his hives are completely gone. I highly recommend it!