Milk Thistle 80% Extract (30% silybin and isosilybin) - 100g

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80% Extract Milk Thistle, 30% silybin and isosilybin may help maintain healthy liver function

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How could it help

Could help healthy Liver function by supporting  the body's natural regeneration, repair & detoxification of liver cells. Milk Thistle helps  nutritional support to horses and ponies for healthy hooves, healthy skin, hormones and the immune system. Milk Thistle also has a Natural inflammatory and Antioxidant that neutralises free radicals.

How does it work

 Milk Thistle seed contains several active constituents; the most important one is bioflavonoid silymarin complex. The silymarin complex could help the liver by:

Toxins from entering the liver cells and aiding the regeneration of damaged cells; Encouraging activity by helping cells produce Glutathione, which helps with free radicals. Silymarin could raise Glutathione level by 40%.  May help support the synthesis of new proteins in cells to help cell regeneration. The liver regulates hormones so Milk Thistle is one of the best for aiding the liver and helping with balance hormones .

Milk thistle could also help with  laminitis because it helps to reduce of endotoxins in the laminae and in the horse’s system.

 

Milk Thistle Concentrate is 100% natural; free from additives, fillers and FEI Prohibited Substances. Containing at least 40x more active ingredient than standard powder, one 2.5ml scoop is the equivalent of 100g of standard powder. Human grade (FEMAS Assured) 

Feeding Rate:

Ponies: 2g. 

Horses over 400kg: 4g. 

1 round 2.5ml scoop equals 2 grams

As with all new feeds, build up to the recommended daily feeding rate gradually. 

Feed recommendation useful to use after antibiotics, pain relief or wormer.

Store in a cool dry place

100 grams

 

 

 


 

Please Note

If you have any concerns about the welfare of your horse or using any supplement, please contact your veterinary surgeon.

Store in cool dry place away from direct sunlight. Keep away from children.

Also each horse is different in how it responds some might take longer than others to show any signs of improvement.

 

 

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