Blend of antioxidants (Vitamin C, Vitamin E, beta-Carotene and bioflavonoids): These antioxidants help to strengthen the body’s natural defences. A combination of several antioxidants is more effective than a high dose of one antioxidant, because each works in a different way.
Vitamin E protects the cells in an intercellular manner, whilst vitamin C works in an intracellular manner. Under normal conditions, a horse’s body can produce all the Vitamin C it needs. However,
stressful situations, inflammatory reactions or viral infections cause the body to require more than it can produce. Sport horses have higher vitamin C requirements as well.
Herbal extracts: Stinging nettle leaf powder, dandelion and birch leaves strengthen the body’s natural defences and
support the immune system.
Essential oils: Tea tree, lemon, eucalyptus, and lemon grass strengthen the immune system by promoting a healthy
respiration, blood circulation and lymphatic system. These have relaxing effects, relieving stress and taking strain off
the body’s natural defences. Essential oils also provide broad protection against external organisms.
Minerals (Fe, Cu, Zn, Mn, Mg): Special composition for the forming of antibacterial and antiviral enzymes in the white
Prebiotics: Contain nucleotide DNA and RNA to support cell division in important organs. Increased cell proliferation
ensures stronger natural defences and promotes balanced gut flora – an essential component of the immune system.
Spirulina: Helps combat viruses and fungi. Spirulina is rich in vitamins, essential amino acids, omega-3 fatty acids,
essential fatty acids, and numerous minerals and proteins, all of which support the immune system.
Royal jelly: High in proteins, vitamins (especially B vitamins) and glycerols for a vitality boost.