Help your Horse Beat Allergies with our step-by-step guide...

When it comes to equine allergies, NostrilVet is the perfect natural solution. However, if you’re finding it isn’t curing your horse’s symptoms then it could be a case of not administering NostrilVet correctly. This can happen as some horses can be unwilling to receive treatment and could become agitated when powder is being squirted up its nose.

HOW IS NOSTRILVET ADMINISTERED?

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Test it first. Squeeze the bottle away from yourself. Test the pressure needed to administer an ideal dose, which is approximately a 10 inch plume of powder.

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Stand sideways to the horse, put your right arm under the horse’s neck and place your right hand over the top of the horse’s nose, which enables you to get the horse in a firm but gentle headlock.

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Hold the head firmly and then place NostrilVet’s bottle nozzle gently into the nostril and push the sides together tightly to deliver one puff of of NostrilVet powder.

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Repeat the above in the other nostril. NostrilVet can be used daily and as often as required to maintain a constant layer of powder on the barrier inside the nostril cavity.

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If the above does not work, get a friend to come and offer the horse a hand full of feed (or secure the horse in the stable and divert attention with a bucket of feed). While the horse is nibbling on the feed, squeeze NostrilVet up each nostril.

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NostrilVet is a clinically proven, natural and contains no active ingredients. The key to getting the best out of NostrilVet is to make sure you maintain a constant layer of powder on the barrier inside the nostril cavitation. Doing this reinforces the barrier between the aggravating allergen and sensitive membrane - thus the horse’s natural defence system does not react with typical symptoms of cuffing, asthmatic reactions, runny nose and other allergic reactions.

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You should administer NostrilVet to your horse before entering an environment containing airborne allergens, for example; the stable or the field on a strong pollen count day.

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As a general guide, reapply every three hours.


Allergens (yellow dots) might attack the body at the weakest part of the mucous membrane.


By puffing a plume into each nostril, a gel is created which enhances the protective purpose of the mucous membrane.


The protective gel catches the allergens preventing an interaction with the body.


Administer the powder 30cm up the nostril.

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