Natural feeding mix to protect horse´s the stomach and intestines. Forms a so-called belly armor.
Ideal for horses suffering from stomach ulcers or horses which has a tendency to get stomach ulcers.
Includes: inulin, lecithin, pectin, rosehip, fenugreek seeds, brewer's yeast and a pinch of love.
Inulin is a prebiotic, dietary fiber, which does not disintegrate in the bowels. Inulin fibers are transported to the large intestine and is fermented there. Inulin increases the diversity of the microbiota in the colon and promotes the entire body's natural immune system, health and well-being. Lecithin is a gastric mucosal enhancer and a healthy digestive tract administrator. . Lecithin is a good addition for horses suffering from stomach ulcers or horses which has a tendency to get stomach ulcers, because it has the ability to neutralize strong stomach acids. Lecithin strengthens the intestinal´s water-repellent surface layer and can thus protect and strengthen the gastric mucous membrane. Pectin forms a thick gel in the intestine, which strengthens and thickens the gastrointestinal tissue. Pectin increases abdominal buffering capacity, as well as increases and balances the stomach pH. Rosehip also contains pectin, as well as sorbitol which balances the stomach acids. Fenugreek seeds forms intestine mucus, which can soothe the inflamed / irritated digestive tract. In studies of fenugreek seed has been found that it can protect stomach against gastric ulcers as well as omeprazole which is often used in stomach ulcer drugs. When fenugreek moves through the digestive tract, it absorbs bacteria and flushes them away. This is especially good if the horse is suffering from leaking ulcers and / or intestinal bacterial infection. Gastrointestinal lesions often cause swelling and gasification and fenugreek can help to treat these symptoms. Brewer's yeast improves digestion and promotes good bowel function. It also increases good intestinal flora and helps to balance the beneficial bacteria in the stomach.
Dosage: Horses 500 kg: 1 to 2 dl a day (55 - 110 g). The dose can be divided into 2 separate feeding times. Not for pregnant mares.
1 dl = 55 g.