Horse First Garlic & More 1.5kg
Garlic & More is nature’s goodness packed into one special supplement. It is a complete, powerful unique blend of garlic, seaweed, herbs, oil, salt and vitamins that benefits all horses and ponies. This blend smells as good as it tastes and delivers all of the age old benefits of natural ingredients. It provides your horse with a range of herbs and vitamins to help utilise nutrition, aid digestion and boost the immune system in one tasty 25g serving.
Feeding garlic is widely recommended for it’s health giving properties which include – Relieving pain, reducing inflammation, boosting the effects of anti-biotics, reducing blood pressure, helping respiratory problems and also a natural insect repellent.
Garlic is rich in selenium which supports the immune system and is a vital antioxidant rich in Sulphur which cleanses the blood. Garlic acts as an excellent natural fly and insect repellent!
Mint helps relax the muscles of the digestive tract.
Fenugreek helps to sooth gastrointestinal inflammation by coating the lining of the stomach and intestine.
- Sea Salt
Sodium stimulates thirst and appetite helping to rehydrate and balance the body water levels and maintain blood pressure.
Yea-sacc is a yeast culture which stimulates fibre digesting bacteria for optimum feed utilisation and gut efficiency.
Liquorice helps to soothe and heal ulcers and stomach inflammation, control blood sugar and balance hormones.
Seaweed is rich in minerals, amino acids and vitamins which help build up resistance to illness especially respiratory problems. It improves skin and coat condition. Iodine stimulates the thyroid gland which helps control the rate of metabolism.
- Vitamin E – 200IU
Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant which preserves cell membranes and protects from damage during work.
- Vitamin B1 – 200mg
- Vitamin B6 – 90mg
- Vitamin B2 – 150mg
- Folic Acid – 150mg
These water soluble B vitamins are not stored in the body and need to be taken daily in order to ensure energy production, growth, efficient feed utilisation and red blood cell formation.