Harkers Broncholin 100ml

Code: BRO100
RRP: £15.89 Our Price: £14.99

Harkers Broncholin 100ml

Treats Mucus Congestion in birds

Broncholin has been tested and approved for use, and gives fast relief when treating mucus congestion in birds.

Licensed product containing Bromhexine Hydrochloride – a proven cure for treating mucus congestion

Fast relief for suffering pigeons

Treatment with Broncholin at the rate of 5ml/1 litre of drinking water for 5 days stimulates the cillia and thins which allows the airways to be cleared

One bottle will treat up to 200 birds

Do not use within 72 hours prior to basketing

Mucus congestion in birds needs to be treated quickly. Caused by inflammation and irritation of the upper and lower respiratory tract and lungs. It is created by the membranes of the respiratory tract to lubricate the airways and to help alleviate the irritation / inflammation – this slows or stops the cilia in the respiratory tract from moving and so builds up and blocks the airways.

Active Ingredients

Contains 2.5%w/v Bromhexine Hydrochloride

Dosage and Administration

Add Broncholin to the drinking water at a rate of 5.0ml (one capful) per litre daily for 5 days. The birds should not have access to unmedicated drinking water during the treatment period. Any medicated water which is not consumed within 24 hours should be discarded. Make up a fresh treatment solution each day.

Contra-indications

DO NOT USE IN BIRDS INTENDED FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION.

Do not treat birds during the moulting period.

This product must not be mixed with or used simultaneously with any other medicinal product or substance having a similar effect.

Bromhexine is a mucolytic to be used as an adjunctive therapy. It has no activity against bacterial, viral or other causes of respiratory disease. Birds displaying symptoms of respiratory disease may deteriorate rapidly and should be examined by a veterinary surgeon. If signs of disease persist or appear, consult your veterinary surgeon.

Storage and Disposal

Do not store above 25°C.

Dispose of empty packaging and any remaining product in the household refuse.

Unused medicated water should be disposed of by pouring onto excreta in the loft. Excreta from treated birds should not be spread on land used for growing crops.

Do not use after the expiry date which is stated on this label. Discard remaining contents 3 months after first opening the container.

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