Hibiscus, licorice root, thyme, fennel, anise, black fighter, birch leaf, golden viva flower, malva officinalis, royal candle flower
Crude fiber 17.9%, Crude ash 7.6%, Crude protein 14.3%, Crude fat 7.0%, Sodium 0.16%
8g / 100 kg body weight and day.
150 ml on the scoop corresponds to 20 g of herb mixture.
Do not feed herbs for more than six weeks at a time.
Why not feed herbs longer than 6 weeks?
Herbs are usually used to support your horse for a specific purpose, to prevent something or in case of illness. The herbs reach their full potential within 6 weeks. The herbs have the strongest directed effect during this period. You usually do not feed anymore because the purpose of the herbs should have been achieved and then the body should function self-sufficient again. In some cases, it may be necessary to extend the duration to a maximum of 12 weeks and adjust the dosage accordingly. Then the body is meant to function on its own. The only time it can come to long-term feeding is when the horse has a chronic problem. If a horse has a chronic problem, it is sometimes recommended to feed it continuously in half dose to have a constant support to the stressed organ, but it is an individual adaptation you do in some cases. You can also give 6 weeks, have a break for a couple of weeks and then give a cure again. If herbs are given constantly, the herbs should be varied over time. It is not recommended to feed the same herb for a long time as the positive effect may be absent.