We hope you don’t need it, but if you do, Laminil is available now in the US, Canada, Australia, and Dubai.

Safety: Is Laminil Safe in Treating Laminitis?

The active pharmaceutical ingredient in Laminil, Cromolyn, has been extensively tested and widely used in humans. In FDA toxicity studies, Cromolyn was given at 388 times the recommended dose without adverse effects. According to Dr. Shirley Murphy, a leading expert, “Cromolyn sodium is virtually nontoxic because it is not metabolized in the body and is excreted unchanged in the urine and bile. This explains the almost complete absence of toxic or unwanted side-effects.” In the Laminil Perfusion, systemic exposure is limited by the tourniquet. Laminil Transdermal is applied topically around the coronary band and bulb only. Laminil has been given to over 200 horses with no toxic effects.

Shirley Murphy, M.D., Cromolyn Sodium: Basic Mechanisms and Clinical Usage.