Dandelion root promotes digestion and strengthens the liver. Dandelion is often used to gallbladder functional disorders of the stomach and intestinal ailments. Due to it´s acidity dandelion can be given to whet the appetite.
The root effect is based to dandelion´s bitter substances. The bitter substances contribute to the secretion of stomach fluids and affected digestion. Dandelion root can be given for diarrhea, intestinal infections and other digestive care support. Clinical trials have shown the plant to contribute to urinary and biliary excretion.
Dandelion root contains flavonoids, among other things, fructose, resin, tarakserolia, pectin, coffee acid, vitamins A, B, C, and D vitamins, calcium, phosphorus, potassium and phenolic acids. The root contains approximately 25% of starch called inulin, which is a natural prebiotic maintaining good intestinal bacteria.
Dandelion is safe to use in large quantities, but it is not suitable for the horses suffering biliary tract or intestinal blockage.
A dosage of 500 kg horse 1 to 4 tablespoons a day regimen of 10 - 14 days.
TIP: Horse´s digestion can be helped by making infusions, which is placed just 50 g of dendelion root powder and 1 liter of water. Foals suffering from digestive disorders can be given infusions of 100 ml at a time, three times a day. Dandelion root also helps to combat worms. Allergic horses get resistance from dandelion, so you should give them dandelion root powder regimenly especially in the spring. 30 g twice a day is a suitable dosage for a adult horse.
100% dried and powdered dandelion root. No additives.