WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
Mare-aculous is a progressive formula designed to assist "Those" mares into becoming "That" amazing mare. The mare you knew she could become. This formula is extremely FAST acting with changes in as little as a week. Mare-aculous assists in regulating the reproductive system. Mare-Aculous is not only for mares, but we see tremendous actions of focus with stallions and geldings we well.
Loading Dose: 1 scoop twice a day for two weeks.
Maintenance Dose: 1 scoop once a day
Maintenance Dose for Small Animals: 1 tsp. per 50 lbs., twice a day
Ingredient Amounts (per scoop, 13 g)
Proprietary Blend of Fennel Seed, Don Quai Root, Chaster Tree Berry, Bladderwrack, and Burdock Root- 5,880 mg; Licorice Root- 2,160 mg; Fenugreek- 2,160 mg; Diatomaceous Earth- 1,800 mg
Servings per Bag (Days)
1.5 lb. Bag: 56 servings (up to 56 days)
8 lb. Refill/Tub: 672 servings (up to 672 days)
Licoriceroot contains many anti-depressant compounds and is an excellent alternative to St. John's Wort. As a herbal medicine it has an impressive list of well documented uses and is probably one of the most over-looked of all herbal wonders.
Hundreds of potentially beneficial substances have been identified in licorice as well, including compounds called flavonoids and various plant estrogens (phytoestrogens). The herb's key therapeutic compound, glycyrrhizin (which is 50 times sweeter than sugar) exerts numerous beneficial effects on the body. Licorice root seems to assist the breakdown of adrenal hormones such as cortisol (the body's primary stress-fighting adrenal hormone), making these hormones more available to the body.
Licorice also appears to assist with immunity by boosting levels of interferon, a key immune system chemical.
Fenugreek has been used for digestive issues for thousands of years.
Women who are breast-feeding have used fenugreek to assist in the promotion of milk flow.
The health properties of fennel are warming. Fennel has a long history as a commonly used household remedy for a variety of complaints, especially digestive disorders and it has been used traditionally as a remedy.
Fennel has a diuretic effect, increasing the amount and frequency of urination, which is thought to help remove toxic substances from the body. Fennel is thought to be an effective herbal remedy for respiratory issues and is a common ingredient in cough remedies. It relaxes the smooth muscle lining of the digestive system.
Diatomaceous Earth known as DE:
Diatomaceous earth is a naturally-formed sedimentary mineral rock. DE is derived from the remains of diatoms, or oceanic unicellular algae. Mined in the United States.
1. Natural Source of Silica
Food-grade diatomaceous earth is composed of approximately 85% silica. This important trace mineral is required by tendons, cartilage, blood vessels, and bones.
2. Supports Heart Health
Research has also shown that food-grade diatomaceous earth may encourage heart health. Nutrients such as silicon, calcium, sodium, magnesium, iron, and other trace minerals are available in diatomaceous earth.
3. Internal Cleanser
Diatomaceous earth acts as a mild abrasive topically as well as internally. It can help to remove intestinal invaders and other harmful organisms from the digestive tract. As an internal cleanser, diatomaceous earth may aid cleansing by supporting regularity and assisting in the removal of toxic metals. Some studies have shown diatomaceous earth to be very successful in ridding animals of harmful organisms.
Don Quai Root:
The Don Quai root has earned a reputation as the "ultimate herb" for women. It is widely used among Chinese women as a fortifying daily tonic, much as Chinese men rely on ginseng. Women in other parts of the world have also discovered this 5,000-year-old tradition that naturally provides balancing and normalizing support for women's unique rhythms, cycles, and body systems. Other studies suggest that Don Quai offers some value when used in conjunction with other Chinese herbs.
Chaste Tree Berry:
Since the time of Hippocrates, chaste tree berry has been recommended for menstrual complaints. Although it contains no hormones or hormone-like substances, the herb influences hormonal activity by stimulating the pituitary gland at the base of the brain to produce more luteinizing hormone (LH). This, in turn, signals the ovaries to produce more of the hormone progesterone. Chaste tree berry also acts to lower elevated levels of a second pituitary hormone, prolactin, which is involved in breast-milk production.
Bladderwrack is a form of kelp that has been used medicinally for centuries. The main use of the herb has been for the stimulation of the thyroid gland. The high iodine content of the herb stimulates thyroid function, which boosts metabolism. Bladderwrack is rich in iodine, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, sulfur, silicon and iron and is high in some B-complex vitamins. Containing moderate amounts of phosphorus, selenium, manganese and zinc and small amounts of vitamins A, C, E, G. Containing anti-sterility vitamin S as well as vitamin K. It is rich in algin and mannitol, carotene and zeaxantin with traces of bromine.
Burdock has been used for centuries to assist with a variety of ailments. Traditionally, it has been used as a "blood purifier" to clear the bloodstream of toxins, as a diuretic (helping rid the body of excess water by increasing urine output), and as a topical remedy for skin problems. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, burdock is often used with other herbs for sore throat and colds. Extracts of burdock root are found in a variety of herbal preparations, as well as homeopathic remedies.
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