- microbiome health
- a superior synergistic blend of functional food, with high nutrient value
- natural antimicrobial, antibacterial, antifungal and disinfecting properties
- natural nutritive vitamin, mineral and antioxidant levels
- Matricaria chamomilla (Chamomile), Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea Sencha), Filipendula ulmaria (Meadowsweet), Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary), Thymus vulgaris (Thyme) & Origanum vulgare (Oregano)
- Certified Soil Association approved Organic
- Supplements of any kind should be fed with caution to the pregnant mare so always seek veterinary advice.
- All ingredients are certified organic.
- Contains no banned substances so safe for competition.
- 5% discount on 2kg volume.
- 10% discount on 3kg volume.
Please note that I can take no credit for any background science or creation of our Biome blends; I was originally asked by a client to put a bespoke blend together for her horse after she'd had him tested with the new microbiome test via a company called EquiBiome - https://www.equibiome.org/
Our client specifically wanted certified organic herbs, so Mylie's Blend was born. Mylie's owner told all her friends and the word spread, so I renamed Mylie's Blend our BiomeTonic and put it into our Gut section.
A few weeks later I was further asked if I could tweak the BiomeTonic with the addition of Yucca and Green Tea, hence the BiomePlus blend, the composition of which apparently supports the overgrowth of additional negative gut microbes over and above the purpose of the herbs in the original BiomeTonic.
Feed rates come direct from EquiBiome - I simply provide an organic blend of herbs based on clients' requests, but from what I can gather owners are being advised to feed around 40-60g daily.
Bear in mind that these are very aromatic and potent blends, and personally at these levels I doubt if I'd get even my most food-obsessed metabolic chap to guzzle 60g of oregano etc down as the aroma is overwhelming. I'd suggest if you haven't got your horse tested with EquiBiome to start with (which I heartily recommend you do as this is amazing science), follow the general rule of thumb of 5g/100kg bodyweight dried herbs to start with, and work up to your horse's tolerance level.