This video shows one way to give a horse Wind Aid or other medicines with a syringe. We keep the head up, rub the throat and put the syringe or a finger in the side of the mouth to encourage the horse to swallow.
Weather changes, seasonal allergies, infections or dry confined areas can present trouble in managing respiratory-tract problems. Wind Aid was designed to aid in the relief of coughs, allergies, and other minor breathing problems. Wind Aid is a blend of natural aromatic oils and potassium iodide to aid in the reduction of mucus which is a problem in all respiratory-tract irritations, infectious or not.
Wind Aid is in a glycerine base which soothes and coats the irritated surfaces of the throat and aids in the reduction of inflammation. Wind Aid works as an expectorant and allows for more open air passages and free breathing. More air and less labored breathing results in more comfort and better performance.