Natural pain relief premium herbal mixture specially developed for support during acute bouts of laminitis or also for prevention in the grazing period. The mixture contains herbs to improve blood circulation in the hoof corium, herbs to eliminate toxins, herbs and algae with a high vitamin content, herbs to promote metabolism and herbs for natural pain relief. Soothing herbal power for your darling! 100% natural product made in Austria.
Horses : up to 50 g per day
Ponies : up to 25 g per day
Parts of this mixture are considered relevant for doping (willow bark). A waiting period of 3 days must be observed.
APPLICATION: Mix the herbal powder dry with the daily feed or moisten it with water. Tip: Alternatively, the herbal powder can be prepared briefly with warm water as tea. Use the tea water to soak a mash or to moisten dry food.
NOTE: In acute attacks, the dose may be doubled in the first 3 days. However, the herbs do not replace the possibly necessary reduction of grazing! However, please note: feeding herbs in acute cases never replaces the diagnosis and treatment by the veterinarian.
rose hip peels, milk thistle fruit, nettle leaves, dandelion leaves, gingko leaves, willow bark, spirulina alga
Analytical constituents: Crude protein 17.5 %, crude fat 3.3 %, crude fibre 18.3 %, crude ash 11.9 %, sodium 0.29 %.
WITHOUT : Added salt or sugar, preservatives, coloring agents, odorants or attractants,
Grain-free, GMO-free, vegan
Rosehip(Rosa canina) is valued for its very high vitamin C content. 100 g fresh rose hips contain up to 5,000 mg vitamin C, which strengthens and builds up the immune system. Animals usually like the slightly sour taste very much.
Milk thistle(Carduus Marianus) has liver-protective effects that have also been proven by scientific studies. Its main field of application is therefore the liver and liver detoxification. The active ingredient silibinin protects the liver cells from toxins, thus protecting the liver from toxins of almost all kinds. It is also effective against digestive complaints and allergies. Milk thistle neutralises free radicals and reduces oxidative stress, making it one of the antioxidant medicinal plants. In addition, the plant activates the body’s own detoxification capacity of the liver.
Nettle leaves (Urtica dioica) are rich in vitamin C, silicon and iron. The plant stimulates the metabolism and blood circulation and has a diuretic, detoxifying and blood purifying effect. Arthrosis and arthritis can be alleviated with their help and the toxic by-products of the inflammation can be excreted with the urine. The contained magnesium has an additional positive effect on the muscle metabolism, silicon strengthens the connective tissue and the skin. Chronic complaints of the respiratory, digestive and locomotor system can also be treated with nettles. They improve blood circulation in swollen legs and draw stored water from the tissue. The plant helps weakened animals to a better general feeling.
The dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) has a pronounced blood-purifying power and is therefore ideal for a spring cure. It stimulates all digestive organs as well as the kidneys and the bladder, thereby eliminating old waste products. Therefore it can also help with rheumatism and arthrosis.
The leathery leaves of the gingko(Ginkgo biloba) help to improve blood circulation in the vascular system. It primarily promotes blood circulation in the hoof corium and other vessels. In addition, gingko acts as an antioxidant, which means it renders free radicals harmless.
Willow bark (Salix alba) helps primarily against rheumatic diseases and inflammatory processes. The main active ingredient in willow is salicin, which occurs in synthetic form in the painkiller aspirin. In fact, extracts of willow bark have been used for centuries for pain and fever.
Spirulina(Spirulina platensis) is an algae in the form of a spiral. It contains a remarkable concentration of nutrients that is hardly found in any known natural substance. Spirulina contains a number of unique phytonutrients such as phycocyanin, polysaccharides and sulfolipids. These substances are said to strengthen the immune system. The alga is a nutrient-rich powerhouse that consists of more than 50 percent protein. It is a dense source of vitamins, minerals, amino and omega-3 fatty acids, enzymes and trace elements.
Yes, in an acute episode you can feed double the dose for the first 3 days.
Why it can be helpful especially in acute relapses:
In an acute episode, three things are essential:
- Support the liver and kidney in the elimination of endogenous or exogenous toxins.
- Promote blood circulation in the hoof corium and stimulate metabolism
- Inhibit inflammation and relieve pain
Regarding point 1: The excretory organs liver and kidney have a lot to do in an acute episode and are therefore very stressed. The body must try to get rid of the toxins, it basically does that even without herbs. But that is precisely why it is enormously important to support these organs in their work. Here we support with milk thistle, among other things.
Re point 2: Rose hips have an extremely positive effect on the entire hoof process and are successfully used in cases of laminitis. The naturally contained fructose does not have a negative effect on the organism at all, on the contrary, the natural vitamins and micronutrients contained are extremely important for a healthy hoof metabolism, even in an acute episode.
The nettle has a blood-thinning effect! It boosts the metabolism and has an anti-inflammatory effect. It is therefore essential in an acute episode. We also promote the blood circulation of the hoof corium with the gingko leaves, which is also very important in an acute attack.
Re point 3: Nettle and willow bark have an anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect, and are therefore very important in acute
REHE Plus is optimally adapted to the support of the laminitis horse. Both in acute attacks and in prevention. The combination of the individual herbs provides all-round care for the hoof.