By working with the mucous blanket in the lungs, the transpirator & chelated silver help to expel the excess mucous and in most cases, any bacteria living there. Common respiratory ailments such as bronchitis, viruses and colds, may be shortened with the use of Respiratory Therapy, allowing many horses to get back to regular training and racing faster. The general health of horses that are exposed to dust, allergens and air pollutants will be helped with the transpirator & Silver therapy.
Deep Powerful TherapyThe Transpirator delivers the Chelated Silver Solution, at a precisely controlled temperature, into the entire respiratory tract. This process provides treatment to the upper and lower respiratory tract with air saturated to 100% humidity, which penetrates into the deepest and smallest airways. Over 300 liters per minute of soothing EquiSilver™ vapor is delivered for therapeutic benefits for your horse. A healthy, well hydrated respiratory tract is the first line of defense against respiratory agents.
CHELATED Vs. COLLIODAL
The word “chelated” refers to a substance consisting of molecules that bind tightly to metal atoms, thus forcing the metal atoms to go wherever the chelator goes. The bound pair — chelator plus metal atom — is called a “chelate”. Chelators are intended to carry atoms into the body, or into the cells themselves, in larger amounts than the body would normally allow. It is proposed that the chelators are treated as desirable atoms and therefore gains entry to the bloodstream; when it occurs in the cells lining the blood vessels, this will also allow the silver to gain entry to other body tissues.
Colloids are materials made up of solid particles of such small size that when dispersed in water they remain in suspension rather than sinking. “Colloidal mineral” supplements consist of mineral salts or other mineral compounds converted into colloidal form, either by grinding or by rapid crystallization. Most colloidal substances are poorly bioavailable, since the colloidal particles, small as they are, are nevertheless far too large to be intestinally absorbed whole, and nearly all of the active ingredients are trapped in the interior of the particles, where they cannot come into contact with the transport channels in the cells. However, if a colloidal substance can dissolve into the cell, it would then release it’s particles for potential absorption.