Grape seed reduces blood pressure and blood oxygenated LDL cholesterol in metabolic syndrome studies. They are therefore well suited for metabolic syndrome, metabolic problems, and horses prone to laminitis.
The grape seed contains oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs), which have been shown to be behind many health effects.
The grape seeds contain plenty of antioxidants. Antioxidants modify oxygen-forming enzymes and help protect tissues and organs. The seeds contain, among others. tocopherol and proanthocyanidins, unique flavonoids as well as vitamins C and E and beta-carotenes.
Ingredients in grape seed can help, for example, the treatment of various skin problems, joint optimal condition and maintain the functioning of the colon, as well as the normal functioning of the urinary tract in maintaining and supporting. The seeds also purify the intestines. Additionally, the grape seeds strengthen the eggs from the inside and reduce their breakage and fall. Grape seeds accelerate collagen production, making the skin more flexible, moisturized and stronger.
In addition, the grape seeds have a boosting effect on the immune system.
Dosage: horse 500 g: 2-4 tablespoons / day.
1 tbsp = 10 g.
NOTE! Grape seeds are not recommended for dogs, as they may cause kidney problems for some dog breeds. Suitable dosage for dogs is not known.