Black currant contains plenty of vitamins C and E, flavonoids, phytosterols, fiber and essential fatty acids for the body. Currants contain bioactive substances that promote health. Blackberry contains powerful antioxidants that protect the cells from oxidation.
According to the current understanding, antioxidants slow down the aging of the body and prevent the development of arterial arthritis and certain cancers. Heroxic antioxidants include vitamins C and E, as well as flavonoids.
The ratio between omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids extracted from black currant seeds is ideal, and blackcurrant seed oil also contains rare stearidic acid.
Studies have shown that blackcurrant seed oil has been found to reduce harmful LDL cholesterol and thus favorably affect the health of the heart and blood vessels. Also, the level of gamma linolenic acid suppressing inflammation increased with seed oil.
The fatty acid composition of black currant seed oil is good for skin and mucous membranes and may be helpful for example atopic dermatitis. According to a study conducted in Japan, a polysaccharide contained in blackcurrant juice stimulates the body's ejaculation cells and thus enhances immune defense. Blackberry extract has been found to promote the ability of the body to fight different bacteria.
Additionally, flavonoids are shown to be associated with eye, blood and brain health.
Blackcurrant is a great addition to all horses, but especially for obese patients, as well as for horses suffering from skin or respiratory symptoms.
Dosage: horse 500 kg: 1- 4 tablespoons / pp.
1 tbsp = 8 g.
1dl = 70 g.