Banamine Paste - SINGLE Syringe 1500mg (30 gm) (Manufacture may vary)

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Banamine Paste is a potent, palatable NSAID that works to relieve pain and inflammation associated with musculoskeletal disorders in horses.

 This formulation is both non-narcotic and non-steroidal to ensure that it is safe for horses with allergies. The paste also works to reduce fever and comes in a syringe to be administered orally. The product is easy to use and the syringe is marked to help ensure that the proper dosage is easy to measure.

For: Horses

Prescription Required


Active Ingredient: Flunixin Meglumine (Flunixin) 1500 mg per gram

Inactive Ingredients: Starch, Corn, Propylene Glycol, Carboxymethylcellulose, Water.


The recommended dose of flunixin is 0.5 mg per lb of body weight once daily. The BANAMINE Paste syringe, calibrated in twelve 250-lb weight increments, delivers 125 mg of flunixin for each 250 lbs (see dosage table). One syringe will treat a 1000-lb horse once daily for 3 days, or three 1000-lb horses one time.

Dosage Table
Syringe Mark* Horse Weight (lbs) BANAMINE Paste Delivered (g) Mg Flunixin Delivered
0 - - -
250 250 2.5 125
500 500 5.0 250
750 750 7.5 375
1000 1000 10.0 500
*Use dial edge nearest syringe barrel to mark dose.

The paste is orally administered by inserting the nozzle of the syringe through the interdental space, and depositing the required amount of paste on the back of the tongue by depressing the plunger.

Treatment may be given initially by intravenous or intramuscular injection of BANAMINE Solution, followed by BANAMINE Granules or BANAMINE Paste on days 2 to 5. BANAMINE treatment should not exceed 5 consecutive days.

Side Effects: During field studies with BANAMINE Paste, no significant side effects were reported. However, isolated reports of localized reactions following I.M. injection, particularly in the neck, have been received. These include localized swelling, sweating, induration, and stiffness. In rare instances in horses, fatal or nonfatal clostridial infections or other infections have been reported in association with I.M. use. In rare instances, anaphylactic-like reactions, some of which have been fatal, have been reported, primarily follwing I.V. use.

Contraindications: There are no known contraindications to this drug when used as directed. The effect of BANAMINE Paste 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 BANAMINE Paste.