Wind Aid – Equine Breathing Aid


(2 customer reviews)


Relieves Coughs, Allergies, & Minor Breathing Problems – 1oz & 32oz

Hawthorne’s Wind Aid offers temporary relief of equine bronchial congestion, minor throat irritation, wind problems and allergies.

Note: The Wind-Aid in a syringe is concentrated and the 1 oz. tube is one full dose. In the 32 oz. you must administer 2 oz. for a full dose.

Cautions: Do not combine with prescription medication. Do not exceed recommended dose. For internal use. Not for pregnant or lactating animals. Not for use in animals with gastrointestinal conditions. Not for use in animals with kidney or liver disease. Not for use in young animals.

Weather changes, seasonal allergies, infections or dry confined areas can present trouble 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 reducing 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 reducing inflammation. Wind Aid works as an expectorant, allowing for more open-air passages and free breathing. More air and less labored breathing results in more comfort and better performance.

Supplies needed:

  1. Wind-Aid
  2. Dose syringe or a prefilled Wind Aid single-dose syringe

For optimum results, give 2 oz. (or one single-dose syringe) orally once a day two to three days prior to exercise or race.

Directions for minor wind problems:
Give 2 oz. (or one single-dose syringe) orally at least two hours prior to exercise or race.

Directions for bronchial congestion:
Give 2 oz. (or one single-dose syringe) orally one to three times a day until symptoms subside. If condition continues or worsens discontinue use and consult a veterinarian.

WindAid Application Instructions (PDF)

  1. Janet Hanne (verified owner)

    I have tried other products and this one seems to work the best and is the best product for her. I give it to her after her morning feeding or up to two hours before I show and it helps her throughout the day. LOVE this product….. Recommend trying it before the more invasive options.

  2. merrillmundy111

    Wind aid has helped my mare so much! She even just about sucks the paste out of the tube! I think she knows its helping her too:)

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