Flunazine (flunixin meglumine) Paste

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Flunazine for Horses (flunixin meglumine) Paste

Flunazine includes flunixin meglumine. It's apple-flavored. The intention of this paste is oral usage in horses. Use this paste to alleviate inflammation and pain. This inflammation and pain should be associated with musculoskeletal disorders.

This flunazine paste also indicates the alleviation of inflammation and pain. This pain should be linked with musculoskeletal disorders. The paste is also for the alleviation of visceral pain. This visceral pain should be associated with colic.

The paste is also indicated for the treatment of endotoxemia. It's also for the treatment of septic shock. These situations may be tied to gastric torsion. There are also other conditions. These conditions involve compromised circulation of blood. This circulation will be to the gastrointestinal tract.

  • Apple flavored
  • FDA Approved
  • Controls inflammatory response
  • NSAID approved for oral administration
  • Non-narcotic
  • Non-steroidal; no steroidal side effects
  • Active up to 36 hours

Prescription items are NON-RETURNABLE and NON-REFUNDABLE.

Please note product may arrive in a Hardy Paw Pharmacy vial, manufacturer packaging is shown for reference.

Dosage and Administration:

Use as directed by your veterinarian. The recommended dose of Flunazine Paste is 0.5 mg per lb. of body weight once daily. One syringe will treat a 1000 lb. horse once daily for 3 days.


Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.


There are no known contraindications to this drug when used as directed.


The effect of flunicin meglumine on pregnancy has not been determined. Studies to date show there is no detrimental effect on stallion spermatogenesis with or following the recommended dose of flunazine meglumine.

Side Effects:

During field studies with flunixin meglumine, no significant side effects were reported.

Storage Instructions:

Store at 20°C - 25°C (69°F - 77°F); excursions permitted between 15°C - 30°C (between 59°F - 86°F).


(flunixin meglumine) Paste contains flunixin meglumine equivalent to 1500 mg flunixin.


What is the proper way to give my horse Flunazine paste?
Giving Flunazine paste to your horse is easy. Follow your veterinarian's instructions and use the provided syringe to measure the correct dosage. Put the syringe in the horse's mouth and push the paste onto the back of the tongue, making sure the horse swallows the medication.

Is Flunazine the same as Banamine?
Flunazine and Banamine are both brand names for medications containing the active ingredient flunixin meglumine. Therefore, Flunazine and Banamine are essentially the same drug, just marketed under different brand names. They are both nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) commonly used in veterinary medicine to relieve pain, inflammation, and fever in horses and other animals.

For what purposes can Flunazine paste be utilized in horses?
Veterinarians often prescribe flunazine paste, which contains flunixin meglumine, to help reduce pain and inflammation in horses with musculoskeletal injuries, colic, or fever.

What is the speed at which Flunazine paste starts working?
The effects of Flunazine paste usually start showing within one to two hours of being given, giving quick relief from pain and inflammation. However, the length of time the medication remains effective can differ based on how serious the treated condition is.

Is it suitable to use Flunazine paste for an extended period in horses?
Flunazine paste is mainly used temporarily to control sudden pain and inflammation in horses. Continuing or recurring use of flunixin meglumine could raise the likelihood of negative outcomes, therefore it is crucial to adhere to your veterinarian's guidance on how long and how often to administer the treatment.

Are there any adverse reactions connected to Flunazine paste?
Although generally safe when administered as instructed by a veterinarian, Flunazine paste may cause side effects in certain horses, such as gastrointestinal upset, ulceration, and kidney or liver issues. It's important to closely observe your horse for any indication of negative responses and seek advice from your vet if you have any worries.

Is it safe to administer Flunazine paste to mares that are pregnant or nursing?
Extra care should be taken when using Flunazine paste in mares that are pregnant or lactating, as the safety of flunixin meglumine has not been determined in these groups. Before giving Flunazine paste to pregnant or nursing mares, it is important to seek advice from a veterinarian to assess both the risks and benefits.

Is it possible to use Flunazine paste along with other medications or supplements?
It is important to tell your veterinarian about any other medications or supplements your horse is taking because Flunazine paste can interact with them. Consult your vet for advice on safely using Flunazine paste with other medications or supplements to prevent any possible interactions.

If I forget to take a dose of Flunazine paste, what steps should I take?
If you forget to give a dose of Flunazine paste, give it as soon as you remember. Nevertheless, if the next dose is approaching, omit the missed dose and stick to the usual dosing timetable. Do not increase the amount to compensate for a missed dose.