Ingredients: Red Clover, Fenugreek Seeds, Dandelion Leaf, Chamomile Flowers, Burdock Root, Nettle Leaves, Minced Garlic & Kelp flakes.
Horses are herbivores so it is natural for them to seek out and eat herbs which have healing properties in their seeds, flowers, roots, stems or leaves. Most of our horses do not live in an environment where these natural herbs are available. Our horse herb blend was inspired and developed specifically for one of our horses who has respiratory allergies. This Allergy Calming blend has been amazing for her and many others have tried our horse herb mix for allergies and have seen relief. See the ingredient dictionary tab to break down the knowledge of why we put these 8 natural ingredients together.
We are offering 2 sizes. A 20 oz. that will last 20 days and a 60 oz. that will last 60 days for approx. 1000 lb. horse. We find that most horses really like the herb blend and eat it readily, while some it takes a bit to acquire a taste for the herbs. Top dressing your horses’ grain is an easy way to feed the herbs. If you do not feed grain, your horse will likely eat the herbs just plain.
Indications & Directions
Indications: This allergy calming blend supports a healthy immune system making it useful for skin and respiratory irritations. The ingredients promotes blood cleansing, respiratory strength, detoxifying, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and the nettles act as a natural histamine along with many other benefits listed in the ingredient dictionary.
Soaking the herbs definately promotes faster results, however, using herbs does take time. After symptoms calm down, add it dry to the feed ration for maintenance or feed it alone. Our whole herd just loves our herb blend.
Directions: Give ½ cup (1 oz.) herb blend once a day per 1000 lbs. Feed dry or soak in water overnight to make nutrients more readily available. Relief should start to be noticed in 2 weeks.
DISCLAIMER: Ranch Life Naturals recommends that you consult with your veterinarian before feeding, and if any adverse changes occur in your horse while using our products discontinue use. If you have a competition horse, be aware that the chamomile herb may not be allowed, so double check before you feed any herbs. Owner accepts all responsibility while using these products. The information provided is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.