EQUIFLORE – Parasitism: Immunity

EQUIFLORE – Parasitism: Immunity

Corsican moss (Alsidium helminthocorton), Noble chamomile (Anthemis nobilis), Thyme (Thymus vulgaris), Passion flower (passiflora incarnata), Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea)



Everyone knows that animals have parasites and that their presence affects the health of the animal; in this situation what should be done?

The first answer that immediately comes to everyone’s mind is that you have to use an antiparasitic treatment to destroy the parasites. Does this seemingly simple solution only have advantages?

Professionals in the field answer that this is not the case. The Livestock Institute, for example, states: “… It is not necessary to blindly multiply the antiparasitic treatments: the result would be the opposite of the desired effect, because of a fall of the immune defences of the animals …”.

Indeed, as we said above, animals have natural systems of defence and antiparasitic treatments weaken them, which favours re-infestations, aggravates the situation, and compromises the future of the animal.

The systematic use of antiparasitic agents is therefore not advisable. The use of these products must be reasoned. Above all, it is necessary to provide the animal with the specific nutrients necessary to enable it to implement its own natural defences. This has been Bionature’s approach for 30 years. EQUIFLORE, herbal stimulated complex, is particularly well suited for this purpose.