BIO BLEEDER is an all natural formula with no prohibited substances and no side effects; it does not swab.
Bio Bleeder is safe to use in all performance horses and racing camels. It has a positive effect on performance and the overall health of the animal it can be used as a pre-race as well as a training aid.
BLEEDER is multi-functional, not only targeting and assisting in the prevention of bleeding but also helping with repair of capillaries and healing of the lungs it has also shown to assist IAD when used as a maintenance product.
Caution should be exercised in prescribing enteric-coated potassium tablets. There have been several reports in human literature, published and unpublished, concerning non-specific small-bowel lesions consisting of stenosis, with or without ulceration, associated with the administration of enteric-coated thiazides with potassium salts. These lesions may occur with enteric-coated potassium tablets alone or when they are used with nonenteric-coated thiazides, or certain other oral diuretics. These small-bowel lesions may have caused obstruction, hemorrhage, and perforation.
Benefits of BIO BLEEDER:
- It has an effect lessening effect the high transmural pressure which leads to pulmonary capillary stress failure.
- Healing capabilities, one of which is the repair of the lung walls that have been damaged with repeated stress after hard training and racing.
TARAXACUM OFFICINALE – A plant of the family Asteraceae. In research, high amounts aqueous extract of Taraxacum leaf have shown to have diuretic capability comparable to furosemide (lasix).
Since Taraxacum Officinale is also a rich source of potassium some researchers think that it is capable of replacing potassium lost through dieresis. Pharmacologically it promotes the rapid removal of abnormally retained extracellular fluids.
MIMOSA PUDICA – This species of plant is found in South and Central America, it grows in mostly shady areas under trees and shrubs. Diuretic tests of aqueous extract of Mimosa Pudica Linn leaves were evaluated using the Lipschitz test on the controlled groups.
Administration and Dosage
Camel / Horse: 20ml IV or orally 8 hours before competition.
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