St.Hippolyt St. Hippolyt Anti-Stress Herbal Pellets
Supports normal psychological resilience
- Herbal preparation with valerian
- Contains magnesium
- Ideal in stressful situations
Herbal pellets containing magnesium to support normal psychological resilience.
Despite its current position as a "luxury animal", the horse can be exposed to a number of stresses that cause it psychological problems and thus "stress". These are usually situations that run counter to its true nature as a sensitive herd and flight animal living in the wild. It is a well-known fact that many horses are stressed by keeping them individually in boxes or even tying stands - especially if they are associated with a lack of exercise.
The horse usually meets people with astonishing trust and a great willingness to cooperate. But humans are not always able to use these characteristics in a meaningful way and to do justice to the nature of the horse. This is often due to insufficient experience in dealing with horses, a lack of time, pressure to succeed and other characteristics typical of humans that are incomprehensible to the animal. The result is initially the horse's discomfort, which can be reflected in its behaviour (nervousness, insubordination, vices, lack of enthusiasm for work, etc.). In the longer term, significant health and performance problems must be expected.
So something should be done about the stress of the horse
The most sensible and effective, of course, is to eliminate the root causes of the stress. In some cases, however, this is only insufficiently possible. Often, stress-related behavioural or health disorders have also solidified, so that initially an accompanying dietary supplement with anti-stress herbal pellets can be useful to support the stress reduction.
How the anti-stress herbal pellets work
"Stress hits the stomach" (... and the intestines). Diarrhoea, flatulence, colic and poor nutritional status can therefore be sequelae. If it is possible to support the healthy functioning of the digestive system, an important basis for well-being and stress reduction has already been created. The herbal pellets, therefore, contain herbs that can support the healthy functioning of the digestive system.
Other forage herbs in our mix can support the healthy functioning of the nervous and cardiovascular systems.
Since there is often an increased need for magnesium in stressful situations, this important mineral was added in a well-measured dose. The herbal pellets are composed in such a way that the various stress effects are equally taken into account.
Important: Those who want to help the horses in the long term are above all concerned with finding out the underlying causes of stress and reducing them as much as possible.
This product is not suitable for sport horses due to the FN regulations.
Dosage: 50 - 100g per horse (300-600kg bodyweight) per day
Duration of use: As required (relevant to doping due to the proportion of valerian)
|Animal Feed:||Supplementary Feed for Horses|
- 58% Herbs
- Siberian Ginseng
- St. John's Wort
- Real Chamomile
- Stinging Nettles
- Milk thistle press cake (cold pressed)
- Magneisum oxide
- 40% Oilseed mixture, finely cracked
- Hydrothermally treated soy flakes
- Maize germ
- Barley flakes
- Sea algae calcium
- Cold-pressed oil mix
- Apple syrup
- Hop blossoms
- Fruit fibres
- Dicalcium phosphate
|Crude protein||12,5 %|
|Crude fibre||10 %|
|Crude fat||9 %|
|Raw ash||12 %|
Nutritional Physiological Additives per kg
|Vitamin A||90.000 UI|
|Vitamin D3||10.000 UI|
|Vitamin E||6.000 mg|
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