Sneeze Free anti-allergy formula
Sneeze Free anti allergy for head flicking, as skin irritations & allergy symptoms
Horses with allergies and hayfever can find relief with herbal remedies.
Horses with allergies can cause a lot of stress and unpleasantness and if you are looking for information on horse allergies and haven't considered the natural alternative, then this is the place to look. Maybe your horse has a problem with head shaking or flicking? The annoying and sometimes dangerous behaviour of head shaking is thought to possibly be related to horses with allergies and damage caused to the nervous system. Herbs can help boost the immune system, which is often part of the problem with allergies and hayfever and can help maintain a healthy body.
Brookby Herbs have a comforting blend of herbs to help alleviate the persistent symptoms of allergies. The natural expectorants can help soothe a cough and clear the passages, making breathing easier for your horse with allergies. The vitamins help restore damaged tissues and build up the immune system.
Most Effective Treatment for Horses With Allergies
The most effective way to combat seasonal allergies is to supplement your horses feed 4-6 weeks prior to the susceptible period if possible. You may need to continue feeding for another 6 weeks during this season to completely re-balance the body's immune system. The herbs in this blend will also help de-sensitise the nervous system which is over-reacting to allergens and horseradish is a herb which will act as a natural anti-histamine providing relief for unpleasant symptoms.
What Herbs Are In The Sneeze Free Formula?
Contains Chamomile, Horseradish, Vervain, Kelp, Marshmallow, Mullein, Nettle, Rosehips, Yarrow. All these herbs are in an organically certified cider vinegar base. Not like other herbal products which are often in an alcohol base. The cider vinegar is a nutritional food in itself containing over 26 vitamins and minerals plus cider vinegar is great for the joints.
- calm an over-active nervous system
- act as a natural expectorant
- soothe coughs and irritations
- clear the airways
- build the immune system
Certified Organic cider vinegar base and GE Free
All the herbs come in an organically certified apple cider vinegar base which means it is produced without chemical fertilisers or pesticides. This means no hidden or harmful elements, just pure and safe, quality nutrition for your horses with allergies.
Here are just some of the essential herbs for horse with allergies and hayfever. To purchase your own herbal guide with remedies click here.
International Orders - Freight is added at checkout for overseas orders.
Horseradish ( root and leaves)
Kelp (whole plant)
Marshmallow (root& leaves)
"P.S The sneeze freeze is making a huge difference to my big man, thank you so much for recommending it." - L. Nalder
"Sneeze Free is working well with one of our ponies this is his second year and he began to take it this year on 1st March (just like my son with his hayfever medicine) and there has been a huge improvement with allergy symptoms, his eyes don’t run as much and his breathing is easier, so much so he does not take any prescribed drugs anymore therefore his quality of life is now good. Many thanks for dealing with my last order so promptly it came very quickly which was great. I wish more people would consider natural products as they are good for us so why not our pets!!" - Thanks again, Tracy
"This is just a little note to complement you on your most excellent service! I ordered some products off you the other day and I received them today and I was most impressed how fast they arrived. I hope I do more dealings with you in the future and will put the word out about Brookby Herbs." - Regards, Lori
"The "Sneeze Free" product appears to be helping with Oakley’s reaction to fly bites, the season here has fully started so am getting him dosed before it does, those that he has had so far have caused little or no swelling.
What I always like about horses and herbs is there is no placebo effect, they don’t know what they are taking, he's quite happy with the smell of the cider apple vinegar which is great for a horse who can smell Bute at a hundred paces and flatly refuses to take the stuff, if he has to have it I have to make it into a paste and syringe it down his throat!!
Many thanks and keep up the great products and good service." - Caroline and Oakley