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SummerPollenTonic

from £35.00

Description

Indications

  • summer pasture pollen response
  • hot humid muggy air
  • itching
  • respiratory system
  • immunity
  • congestion
  • soothing and lubricating
  • naturally occurring nutritive vitamin, mineral and antioxidant levels

Composition

Calendula officinalis (Calendula), Galium aparine (Cleavers), Taraxacum officinale (Dandelion), Althaea officinalis (Marshmallow), Verbascum thapsus (Mullein), Azadirachta indica (Neem), Mentha piperata (Peppermint), Plantago major (Plantain), Rosa canina (Rosehips) & Achillea millefolium (Yarrow)

  • Composition certified organic unless marked *. Certification documents happily provided on request.
  • Not certified organic but grown organically, without the use of agri-chemicals and non-irradiated.
  • ** - grown especially for us organically and biodynamically - https://www.biodynamics.com/what-is-biodynamics
  • Guaranteed no fillers and non-GMO.

Feed

  • 5g/100kg bodyweight per day, thus for an average 500kg horse add 25g daily to feed.

Contraindications

  • Supplements of any kind should be fed with caution to the pregnant mare so always seek veterinary advice.

Recommendations

  • Feed for 4-6 weeks before symptoms typically appear, then feed for a full 12-week blood cycle. For spring pollens, see our HerbalSpringPollenTonic.
  • Spirulina may help prevent histamine release, and is also a potent regulator of the immune system. Add 10g daily into feed when your horse is affected. NB - Our EquiVitaA range includes Spirulina.
  • Feeding Linseed (Micronised) provides a rich source of the Omega-3 fatty acid, Alpha Linolenic Acid, which is thought to benefit lung function.

Testimonials

  • So impressed
    Hi Carol,
    Th
    ank you for the summer pollen herbs, my horse seemed better than ever while using them, I will definitely start her on the spring pollen herbs in Feb and hope next year she has no flare ups. Bev & Tilly