St-Hippolyt LinuStar

Article number: 113373

St-Hippolyt LinuStar


Like Velvet and Silk

When the sun puts a spell on mane and tail and the horse’s back reflects the shimmering light, we are delighted about this shiny presentation, about the horse’s health and vitality. Yeast and linseed promote the intestinal health and contribute to a dazzling appearance.

The golden yellow linseed is gently cracked open in a pate nted process and has proven to maintain the horse’s silky coat as well as to support the proper functioning of the intestinal tract of emaciated horses or horses that tend to colic. LinuStar also serves to protect the gastric mucosa – even with existing gastric ulcers.

• rich in high-quality mucilage
• rich in omega-3 fatty acids
• no cracking or cooking necessary


Naturally low in hydrocyanic acid

The golden yellow linseed in low in hydrocyanic acid and does not require any heating. This protects all the beneficial ingredients such as omega 3-fatty acids, vitamin E and the valuable mucilage.


Patented decomposition process

Cracking is a smooth decomposition process causing hairline ruptures to the shell of the seed. It is still protected against oxidation and deterioration. However, if it comes in contact with liquids like water or the digestive secretions, the shell macerates and the mucilage and all other nutrients are available for the organism.



cracked yellow-golden linseed


Feeding recommendation

Mix approx. 10-20 g per 100 kg body weight into the daily amount of concentrates or Irish Mash. Where appropriate, the quantity may be doubled for a period of time. 1 measuring cup = 110 g

LinuStar for the stomach:
Dose LinuStar with hot water (approx. 80°C) and leave to soak for about 25 minutes. The mucilaginous process will immediately be visible. Now feed together with concentrates or Irish Mash. The mucous substances cover the gastric mucosa like a protective film.

LinuStar for the gut:
Simply mix dry LinuStar into the concentrates. This ensures that the linseed will only swell in the course of digestion, which means the mucous substances are available to the gut.

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