Equimins Tranquility Herbs

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A blend of eight different herbs all noted for their properties in respect of calming.

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A blend of eight different herbs all noted for their properties in respect of calming to help the nutritional maintenance of the nervous system in horses. 

With Valerian, Vervain, Golden Rod, Raspberry, Chamomile, Red Poppy, Lemon Balm and St Johns Wort.

1 kg will last 3 - 6 weeks depending on size of horse.

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Equimins Tranquility Herbs

AnalysisQuantity
Vervain100 g/kg
Golden Rod200 g/kg
Chamomile250 g/kg
Raspberry Leaf100 g/kg
Valerian100 g/kg
Lemon Balm50 g/kg
Red Poppy100g/kg
St Johns Wort100 g/kg

Store at 10 - 20 degrees C.

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By on  24 May 2021 (Equimins Tranquility Herbs) :
(4/5

Would recommend

I bought this supplement ready for my horse to start on when he came over from Ireland, I guessed he would be stressy. I’ve kept him on it twice a day in his feed because he can be nervous and I figure it can’t hurt to use. Maybe at some point I will stop adding them to his feed which may or may not reveal how much they actually help with a stressy horse.

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By on  29 Dec. 2020 (Equimins Tranquility Herbs) :
(5/5

Ali

I ordered tranquility to further help my machno pony to be calmer and less tense. Along with other products these herbs do seem to be working. I he does eat them each meal which is brill as he's a very sceptical character. Product was good price and received quickly x

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By on  23 Sept. 2020 (Equimins Tranquility Herbs) :
(5/5

Fantastic product

I notice a big difference in both of my geldings when they are having these herbs regularly. I have a stressy Welsh D and a spooky warmblood, both of them are more level headed on the tranquility herbs without losing any of their energy. They also seem to really love the taste of them when sprinkled on top of their feed.

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