Aloe vera, Calcium bentonite, Apple cider vinegar, Coconut oil (unrefined), Sodium chloride, Shilajit, Rose hips, Spirulina, Fenugreek, Raspberry leaf powder and Mixed tocopherols (as preservative).
Aloe vera given internally to your horse is especially beneficial for preventing and remedying dehydration and is therefore a good choice for re-hydrating after stressful situations. Aggressive exercise contributes to dehydration.
Aloe vera, used internally, assists with inflammation and ulcers.
Inflammation can lead to colic, and is also common with ulcers. Herbalists define aloe vera as cold and moist; therefore it is used for any "itis" (inflammatory disorder). During fever aloe vera can promote cooling of the system by eliminating heat from the intestines. Internal ulcers are more common in horses than most of us realize.
Calcium Bentonite is a weathered volcanic ash made up of numerous trace minerals in their natural oxide form in super-charged, triple-swelling, green Calcium Bentonite clay with montmorillonite properties. Its negative electro-magnetic charge gives it a strong vacuum-like ability to capture and discharge positively charged toxins from the body. It has the ability to cleanse and detox internally and externally, while at the same time bringing balance and equilibrium to the body through its 9.7 pH and its homeostatic ability.
Apple Cider Vinegar:
Vitamin C, vitamin E, Vitamin A, Vitamins B2 and B6, Vitamin P and beta-carotene are all found in trace amounts in apple cider vinegar. These minerals and vitamins help by boosting your metabolism, reducing the dangerous LDL cholesterol, decreasing water retention, and regulating blood pressure. It's said to also increase concentration and memory, improve blood circulation, regulate body temperature, and increase energy.
Almost 50% of the fatty acids in coconut oil are the 12-carbon Lauric Acid.
When coconut oil is enzymatically digested, it forms a monoglyceride called monolaurin.
Both lauric acid and monolaurin can kill harmful pathogens like bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
Sodium chloride, also known as salt, common salt, table salt or halite, is an ionic compound with the chemical formula NaCl, representing a 1:1 ratio of sodium and chloride ions.
Shilajit is extremely rich in plant-source ‘organic’ minerals. Most assays show that Shilajit, depending on its source, contains between 70 and 85 complexed minerals and trace elements. Shilajit is a humic substance. Humus is the natural material that is formed when soil microorganisms decompose organic material into elements usable by plants. Shilajit is astoundingly rich in nutrients, antioxidants, amino acids, and phytochemicals. The main active component in Shilajit, to our knowledge, is macromolecules known as fulvic acids. Shilajit is extremely rich in tulvic acids,, containing approximately 40% fulvic acids. Fulvic acids are one of nature’s most astounding and miraculous molecular substances, perhaps second only to DNA in its importance to life on this planet.
• Jing tonic – Tones the sexual organs, supports sexual energy and stamina (traditionally considered to be an “aphrodisiac”), supports healthy prostate function Qi tonic - Enhances energy and stamina.
• Shen tonic - Enhances spiritual power
• Enhances bioavailability and action of other herbs
• Detoxifying – huge high-valence surface area, collects debris and free radicals, cleansing the blood and tissues of the body
• A carrier – binds to herbal constituents and minerals, delivering them to their targets
• A catalyst – promotes the activity of minerals and organic constituents
• Supports urinary functions and supports healthy microcirculation
• Supports healthy menstrual functions
• Supports the immune system
• Supports healthy fat metabolism
• Supports lung functions
• Used for general fortification and tonification of the entire body.
Because of the high vitamin C content, they are an excellent immune system booster, and are often used as a supplement to prevent or treat a cold.
Many complementary medicine physicians use rose hips to assist with wounds and inflammations. Research in Denmark and Germany used a rose hip remedy. The results showed that the remedy was actually very beneficial in assisting with rheumatoid arthritis. The group taking the remedy had an improvement in their mobility by 20-25%. They experienced less pain and a general overall improvement in mood and the way they felt. The studies showed significant improvement in individuals suffering from osteoarthritis as well, proving the anti-inflammatory properties.
Because they contain a variety of antioxidants, carotenoids, flavinoids, polyphenols, leucoanthocyanins and catechins, rose hips are considered to be very beneficial ingredient.
Spirulina has been known to assist with
• Premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
• Boosting the Immune system
• Assisting with Anxiety
• Assisting with Depression
• Heart disease
• Wound issues
• Used as a source of dietary protein, vitamin B12, and iron
Fenugreek has been used for digestive problems such as loss of appetite, upset stomach, constipation, and inflammation of the stomach (gastritis). Fenugreek has been found to assist the in heart health in ways such as “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis) and high blood levels of certain fats including cholesterol and triglycerides.
Fenugreek additionally has been found to assist with kidney ailments, a vitamin deficiency disease called beriberi, mouth ulcers, boils, bronchitis, infection of the tissues beneath the surface of the skin(cellulitis), tuberculosis, chronic coughs, chapped lips, baldness, cancer, and lowering blood sugar in people with diabetes.Some men have used fenugreek for hernia, erectile dysfunction (ED), and other male problems. Women who are breast-feeding have used fenugreek to assist in the promotion of milk flow.
Raspberry leaf has been found very effective in calming nervous or high-strung animals and leveling the female reproductive system.
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