The special complex of ingredients soothes the mucous membrane of the stomach and provides protection against substances that can attack and irritate the sensitive stomach wall. Vomisan can be given during and after therapy with painkillers or antibiotics and is also ideal for "grass eaters", " chompers", "snow eaters" and " saltwater drinkers".
The most important property of the dill fruit is its calming effect on the smooth musculature of the gastrointestinal tract.
The husk of the Indian psyllium has a strong natural swelling effect. The seed can absorb up to 40 times its own weight in water. Once in contact with water, it forms a protective layer of mucus. This coats the lining of the stomach and esophagus like a film. In the intestine, psyllium husks bind excessive fluid. The feces is thus bound and stays in the intestine longer. This endures that the feces is consolidated and the output of the feces is regulated naturally.
Chamomile soothes and relaxes the muscles in the gastrointestinal tract.
The positive properties of the true marshmallow root in gastric disorders and irritation of the stomach and throat are based on their soothing properties. The polysaccharides contained in the root produce a stable and durable film that calms the attacked mucosa and protects against harmful influences on the surface of mucosal epithelia. In addition, they also promote specific physiological effects in the mucosal cells: Marshmallow polysaccharides have a positive influence on the cell metabolism and also on cellular proliferation rates.
Talk to your veterinarian. A veterinarian can make a well-founded medical diagnosis and then recommend a precise and effective product.