Formulated to maintain & support:
Equimmune for horses, ponies and donkeys is formulated to maintain and support:
Equimmune is a dry supplement containing herbs such as echinacea and rosehips to help maintain the immune system. Its liquid equivalent, Equimmune Gold, is often used first due to its quicker initial absorption (we do not suggest you give both together). If you find your horse is a little under par or prone to repeated infections, then consider the Equimmune range.
Echinacea purpurea root
Gotu Kola leaf
Milk Thistle seed
If you have any concerns about your animal's health please contact your vet immediately. If you have any queries about using this product, or if your animal is pregnant, please contact our Helpline 0800 052 3672 (Freephone) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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It is reassuring to give Equimmune to my grey horse who, as he ages, may become more prone to lumps and bumps. I wanted help to keep any problems under control and his immune system in top condition and Equimmune does just that. Used in combination with Virex Cream where necessary it's proving very effective.
- Sue Drew, 02/09/2021
This is the second horse I've used Equimmune with, but the first time I've used it combined with Virex Cream. After two and a half months, we have success ! Thank you, it's fantastic.
- Zoe Gill, 13/04/2014
Elf is the second horse I have used Equimmune.With both horses complete success. The hair grown back normally within 3 months. Fantastic product and very kind!
- jan harrison, 14/08/2013
I canâ€™t thank you enough for the wonderful equimmune gold and virex cream products that I have used on my mare. Thank you so much Em
- Emma Tomkinson, 03/04/2013
From actual experience I have found that the combination of using the Equimmune Immunity Formula alongside the VireX Cream really supported the healing process.
- Lorette Wickes, 14/07/2012