Natural product for stressful conditions in horses
- Lime tree
- St. John's Wort
- Apple flavor
Nervosism, periods of stress, transport and training of the horse.
One-off or continuous use as needed.
The Linden : mainly made up of flavonoids, kaempferol and quercetin, mucilage (3%), farnesol-based essential oil (0.05 to 1%) and tannins, it is known for its tranquilizing effects. It decreases stress and improves anxiety states. It also helps lower blood pressure.
Valerian : plant known since ancient times for its effects on stress, anxiety and sleep disturbances.
Passionflower : plant native to South America, in 2001, a clinical trial conducted with a pure extract of passionflower showed that the plant was as effective as oxazepam, an anxiolytic of the benzodiazepine family, in relieving patients suffering from anxiety .
St. John's Wort : Used since ancient times for mild depression, psychosomatic disorders, mild or seasonal depressive states, anxiety, nervous agitation. St. John's Wort helps reduce stress. Can be used to relieve obsessive-compulsive disorder.
1 to 2 tablespoons in the ration 1 hour before foreseeable stress or over several days continuously during periods of adaptation or on temperamental horses.
Precaution for use: risk of photosensitization in case of strong dosage (St. John's Wort)
Doping control: stop the administration 48 hours before a competition (Valeriane).
Box of 500g and 1kg of palatable powder.
Store in a cool and dry place, protected from light.