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div id="clarity-product"Rubeola Virus Immunomodulator is a vaccine that modifies the inflammatory and immune responses that alleviate chronic myofascial inflammation and associated problems in horses. This equine vaccine is an inactive rubeola virus combined with histamine phosphate in physiological saline. bPlease Note:/b iThis product requires overnight expedited shipping and ships Monday through Thursday. During summer months, the purchase of 1 or 2 additional ice packs is advised./i/div
Not only for horses, but also for canines
<p>I had a Great Dane with spondylosis which was debilitating for him. I tried several steroids and other Tx's without results. Then I read an article by Dr. Don Polley outlining the use of RVI for canines with the condition. I decided to try it, since there were no known side effects. My view at that point was what do I have to lose except some money in an effort to help out my buddy.</p><p>Anyway, I used the recommended injections, and within two days my GD went from a decrepit old fellow to running around the back yard like a puppy again. I knew his young spirit was still in him, but his discomfort and immobility was keeping him from enjoying his life to the fullest. Therefore I give my highest recommendation to this medication intended for horses, as a Tx for dogs with inflammation of the spine/discs. My GD lived to 11 1/2 years, and his last 3 years were made much more fulfilling as a result of the RVI injections.</p>
<p>I was a thoroughbred trainer for many years and often had to deal with upper rear-end lameness of one sort or another. Back in the old days, we would routinely user an internal blister of iodine and almond oil to treat this. When RVI came along in the later 1980s, it worked wonderfully for such muscle soreness! I pretty much retired the iodine injecables. I see many vets think this is quackery, but let me assure you as a hard nosed, skeptical trainer, it works! It would have to for me to spend around $100 for a small vial!</p>
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