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Does your horse seem to have respiratory issues that limit or restrict their performance or quality of health? Then this may be an excellent formula to add to your program. BLDR FX is a herbal blend of the highest quality. It has been designed to support healthy respiratory function in your equine athlete. With the increase of lung issues in our equine industry, this blend has a history of aiding in the promotion and maintenance of lung and vascular health.


Aids in Maintaining Healthy Normal Lung Functions

Supports/Maintains Healthy Vascular System
Provides Support a for Healthy Muscles and Performance in Exercising Horses

Feeding Options
Give Orally at 1 Scoop Daily for Regular Support/Maintenance/Aid.
All at once or divided throughout the day.

Give Orally 2 Scoops Daily when additional Support/maintenance/aid is needed.
All at once or divided throughout the day.

Give orally 1-2 Hrs prior to Strenuous Exercise.


  • Astragalus is used for the common cold, upper
    respiratory infections, allergies, and to strengthen
    and regulate the immune system. It is also used
    for kidney disease, and high blood pressure.

    Black Cohosh has been shown to dilate
    peripheral blood vessels and sometimes improve
    elevated blood pressure. Black cohosh acts as
    an antispasmodic to muscles, nerves, and blood
    vessels and as a muscle anti-inflammatory.

    Chickweed is best known for it's ability to cool
    inflammation and speed healing for internal or
    external flare-ups. It is one of the classic spring
    tonics to cleanse the blood.

    Dandelion is a natural diuretic that removes
    excess toxins and water from the body, which
    purifies the blood. As a diuretic, dandelion
    stimulates urination. This helps to cleanse the
    entire urinary tract and naturally lowers
    blood pressure.

    Marshmallow soothes inflamed membranes,
    treats sore throats and dry coughs. It is
    mucilaginous and antibacterial. It is known as the
    ‘most diuretic of the mucilages’ and
    ‘the most mucilaginous of the diuretics.’.
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