The benefits of supplementing oil in a horse’s diet are well known; excellent for conditioning, energy, coat shine, skin health and joint health.
But as an added bonus to this we have added 

GINSENG (Siberian)

Actions: Adaptogen, anti-inflammatory, hypoglycemic, tonic, vasodilator

Siberian ginseng is a powerful tonic herb with an impressive range of health benefits. A powerful herb aiding the body when under PHYSICAL STRESS, EXHAUSTION and FATIGUE. As well as those who have become very run down due to VIRAL infections such as FLU. It is a real pick you up boosting up one’s energy and resistance to disease. It works by strengthening the bodies natural immune system. The root and the root bark are adaptogen, anti-inflammatory, hypoglycaemic, tonic and vasodilator.


Actions: tonic, diuretic, antirheumatic, hepatic

A natural electrolye, the herb and root contains rich amounts of potassium, magnesium, calcium, and vitamins A, B, C, and D. Dandelion is a good blood cleanser making it an ideal herb for rheumatism. An excellent diuretic.


Actions: aperiant, astringent

Rosehips Granules are one of the very best sources of natural Iron and Vitamin C. They also contain biotin for optimum hoof health. They are an excellent spring tonic. Useful for scouring, general debility and for helping horses return to health after illness. Will aid in fighting infection.


Actions: Circulatory

Nettles are rich in iron and Vitamin C. They are valued by herbalists for their astringent action and their ability to support the circulation making them idea for laminitis and arthritis. Ideal as a spring tonic, blood cleanser and conditioner. Encourages the dapples in animal’s coats.


Provides an ideal source of essential fatty acids which are vital to your horses health and diet
Helps improve body condition
Enhances healthy hormones and improves fertility
Provides an ideal source of slow release energy. Ideal for endurance type work
It is a very accessible source of muscle fuel and is easily digested and absorbed
Aids horses maintain weight
Boosts coat condition
Relieves sore joints and arthritis in older horses
Provides an ideal balance of essential fatty acids in Omega 3 (8%) and Omega 6 (8%)
Provides a good source of Omega 9 – high in vitamin E anti-oxidants

Feeding Guidelines:
Horses and ponies:
30-60ml per day for maintenance
up to 80-160ml per day at times of stress or elevated workload.