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HERBS GRANULATED

Herbs in granulated form are pressed without adding any binders, smell beautifully and ensure the same effects as classic herbs. Especially suitable for picky horses who have trouble accepting herbs in their loose form. Also suitable for dogs.

 

birch-gr.jpgBIRCH - betula pendula
(LEAF - GRANULATED)

The main area of ​​use is the treatment of the kidneys and urinary tract. Against the accumulation of water in the body, for older and weaker horses, to purify the blood, it is used for inflammation of the urinary tract. The drug is: leaves and buds and so-called birch water which can also be used, however, it must be done in a gentle way.

Dosage: 50g handful for an adult horse, half the dose
for ponies and foals.

Method of preparation: we add it in a dry state or we can prepare it as a tea that is not strained but poured into the feed.

 

 

calendula-gr.jpgCALENDULA - calendula officinalis
(FLOWER - GRANULATED)

Calendula is a universal medicine, used both internally and externally. It is suitable for liver problems and asthma, in ointments it is an anti-inflammatory and healing agent. It has a healing effect on small wounds, abrasions, burns, inflammations in the mouth and eye, and has a positive effect on hoof rot.

Dosage: 50g handful for an adult horse, half the dose for ponies and foals

Method of preparation: we use dried flowers from calendula, add a handful of flowers to the feed, for skin treatment it is best used in the form of an ointment or we can prepare a infusion for external use.

 

 

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DANDELION - taraxacum
(ROOT - GRANULATED)

It purifies the blood and treats stomach problems, liver diseases, rheumatism and chronic eczema. Dandelion contains more A vitamin than carrots, it is good to have it on pasture. It stimulates appetite and is a healthy supplement to feed. In case of rheumatic, skin problems and laminitis, the dandelion should be given daily. If your horse has warts, try treating it externally with milky juice from dandelion and thuja, it helps. It is effective in laminitis, helps with skin and coat problems

Dosage: 30g of fresh or 50g of dried herbs for an adult horse, half the dose for ponies and foals.

Method of preparationadd dry to the feed or brew a tea to add to the feed

 

 

echinacea-gr.jpgECHINACEA - echinacea purpurea
(THE ABOVE-GROUND GREEN PART OF THE PLANT - GRANULATED)

It contains a rich complex of pharmacologically active substances that have an antibiotic and immunostimulating effect. Strengthens the immune system, disease prevention, in wounds, dermatomycoses and inflammations, suitable for use with antibiotics (after consultation with a veterinarian). During colds and urinary tract infections, it supports blood formation. It is suitable to serve the herb from the autumn months.

Dosage: 30g for an adult horse, half the dose for ponies and foals

Method of preparationadd dry to the feed or brew a tea to add to the feed

 

 

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EUCALYPTUS
(LEAF - GRANULATED)

Eucalyptus is mainly known as a cough remedy. Dissolves phlegm and calms spasms. You can also use it in asthmatic horses as a prevention in the form of inhalation. In bronchitis, asthma and colds, in addition to the veterinarian's measures, inhalations should always be carried out as a supportive measure. For brittle hooves and splits, we can put eucalyptus and laurel oil on the hooves. Eucalyptus oil works well as a fly repellent. You can spray a mixture of eucalyptus oil and water in the stable, it will improve the air in the stable.

Dosage: 50g handful for an adult horse, half the dose for ponies and foals

Method of preparation: add dry to the feed or brew a tea to add to the feed

 

 

hawthorn-gr.jpgHAWTHORN - crataegus laevigata
(LEAF+FLOWER - GRANULATED)

The main effect of hawthorn depends on terpene acids, flavonoids and vitamins. It has a beneficial effect on the cardiovascular system and can also be added to soothing mixtures. We can use it internally and externally, it lowers blood pressure and fever, is diuretic, calms spasms and strengthens blood circulation. We give hawthorn to horses for a longer period of time so that its effect is sufficiently manifested. We use it 4 to 6 weeks. Hawthorn is well suited for the prevention and treatment of mild heart failure. It positively affects blood circulation and stabilizes blood pressure. It is advisable to use hawthorn in combination with medicines for laminitis and inflammation of the navicular bone. We can also use hawthorn in colic conditions. Suitable for the transition to spring grazing.

Dosage: 50g handful for an adult horse, half the dose for ponies and foals

Method of preparationadd dry to the feed or brew a tea to add to the feed

Do not give to pregnant and lactating mares! 

 

 

chamomile-gr.jpgCHAMOMILE matricaria chamomilla
(FLOWER - GRANULATED)

Chamomile is one of our most famous medicinal herbs. It is a common weed but currently an important cultivated plant.

It is a mild sedative, spasmolytic, and has analgesic and antimicrobial effects. It works well both internally and externally for all kinds of pain. Chamomile acts as an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, sedative, tonic, calms spasms, supports digestion, calms, relaxes and dilates blood vessels. Calms spasms during colic, against inflammation of the teeth and mouth, on inflamed wounds, has a disinfecting effect.

Dosage: 50g handful for an adult horse, half the dose for ponies and foals

Method of preparation: add dry to the feed or brew a tea to add to the feed, in case of inflammation of the teeth and mouth, rinse with the infusion.

 

 

melissa-gr.jpgMELISSA - melissa officinalis
(THE ABOVE-GROUND GREEN PART OF THE PLANT - GRANULATED)

It is ideal for calming down, has a sedative effect on the nervous system and calms the vegetative system, which means that it can be added to mixtures for colic and general restlessness of the organism. It also has a mild effect on the heart and stomach and is therefore also suitable for longer-lasting treatment, of course in a reasonable amount. It is suitable for calming mixtures, against spasms and colic. The antiseptic results on the skin, various sores, injuries, festering non-healing wounds are also very good. Along with calendula and other suitable herbs, it can also be used externally.

Dosage: 50g handful for an adult horse, half the dose for ponies and foals.

Method of preparation: add dry to the feed or brew a tea to add to the feed.

It is suitable for long-term use.

 

 

nettle-gr.jpgNETTLE DIOECIOUS - urtica dioica
(THE ABOVE-GROUND GREEN PART OF THE PLANT - GRANULATED)

Nettle is a very useful medicinal drug but it must be used correctly, as it has some unpleasant properties, especially when fresh. It is safe after drying. It is suitable for a maximum of two months' use and only for relatively healthy individuals. It acts against anemia, stabilizes heart activity, and its anti-rheumatic administration is known. The nettle root can also be used but it is less effective. It is very suitable for a damaged mane. It cleans the blood, strengthens the liver, gives strength to older horses, helps with laminitis, summer rash and also iron deficiency.

Dosage: 20-40g for an adult horse, half the dose for ponies and foals.

Method of preparation: if we have a fresh nettle, we scald it and pour it into the feed, if we have dry leaves, add dry to the feed or brew a tea to add to the feed.

Do not use on pregnant or lactating mares.

 

 

peppermint-gr.jpgPEPPERMINT - mentha pipera
(THE ABOVE-GROUND GREEN PART OF THE PLANT - GRANULATED)

It is a very good carminative, antiseptic, spasmolytic, cholagogue, antidepressant, simply a universal herb that can be mixed into various blends. As a prevention for colic, dissolves mucus in cough and bronchitis, helps with insect bites and fungal infections, has disinfectant effects.

Dosage: 50g for an adult horse, half the dose for ponies and foals.

Method of preparation: add dry to the feed or brew a tea to add to the feed.
Due to the strong effect of mint, higher doses are not recommended for long-term use!

 

 

plantain-gr.jpgPLANTAIN - plantago lanceolata
(LEAF - GRANULATED)

A persistent drug belonging to the basic drugs in herbal therapy. Plantain helps both externally and internally. It is suitable for healing poultices and ointments, antitussive cough mixtures, helps with stomach ulcers, acts as a light herbal antibiotic for use in the intestines where it does not destroy the intestinal microflora. Overall, it strengthens the animal's organism, it is also suitable for use against coughs. Poultry for swollen areas.

Dosage: 50g for an adult horse, half the dose for ponies and foals.

Method of use: add dry to the feed or brew a tea to add to the feed, external use in case of swollen areas or skin injuries, add plantain leaves.

 

 

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SAGE - salvia officinalis
(THE ABOVE-GROUND GREEN PART OF THE PLANT - GRANULATED)

It is another example of a univesal herb but the main strength is in the antibacterial action in the upper respiratory tract and oral cavity.

It helps with inflammation of the gums, with an injury in the mouth, has a beneficial effect on digestion, it is a natural antibiotic for the flu, calms spasms and heals wounds.

Dosage: 50g for an adult horse, half the dose for ponies and foals.

Method of preparation: add dry to the feed or brew a tea to add to the feed.

Do not use on pregnant or lactating mares!

 

 

valerian-gr.jpgVALERIAN - valeriana officinalis
(ROOT - GRANULATED)

Even the Latin name suggests that valerian has a sedative effect. Although slightly, but reliably. It can also be used in mixtures for colic as it also has spasmolytic properties. The best method of administration is a tincture but if this is not possible, the root is used in a feed mixture. We use the valerian to calm down irritated horses, for horses that have a harder time tolerating changes, either when moving to races or to another stable or when the owner changes. We can also use it to remove a bad habit caused by nervous irritation, at the same time it is said to expel worms, but be careful not to mistake it for deworming. For external use, we can use the valerian for healing wounds and removing muscle spasms. Calming in case of nervous irritation, strengthens the immune system, in spasmodic colic, to relax the muscles.

Dosage: 50g for an adult horse, half the dose for ponies and foals.

Method of preparation: we use the cut root from the valerian, just add a handful to the feed, we add it in a dry state or we can prepare it as a tea, which is not strained, but added to the feed.

Contains doping substances. Do not use on pregnant or lactating mares!

 

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