A Breath of Fresh Air
Once our horses would travel long distances. They would roam through sandy hills and wander through lush green forests to search for exactly those herbs, buds, leaves, bark, mosses and grasses they would need for optimum health. These horses would be able to perfectly meet their nutritional needs themselves. However, the situation of our horses has changed. We are now not only responsible to ensure their appropriate living, but also to provide them with all important nutrients and vital substances required.
Mucolyt contains a selected range of high-quality herbs, such as peppermint, thyme, chamomile, ribwort, aniseed, fennel, cumin, coltsfoot and many others more to up grade the daily feed ration.
• contains a rich variety of herbs
• pelleted and very tasty
• supports the work of the respiratory system
• suitable for continuous use
A lack of biodiversity
The reduction in the biodiversity of plants found on our pastures today means that horses are no longer able to meet their natural requirements in vital nutrients, such as essential oils and essential trace elements, by eating herbs. The susceptibility for respiratory problems can be a sign of an unbalanced feed ration or a diet deficient in herbs and even increases with many horses during shedding.
Natural nutrients for respiration
Tea and spice herbs are especially rich in natural essential oils that are extremely important to keeping a horse’s respiratory system moist and clean. Some of the rarer trace elements, such as are often contained in certain herbs, also contribute to the detoxification, thus stabilizing the immune system. The selected range of different herbs in Mucolyt upgrades the daily feed ration and supports the natural cleansing of the respiratory tract.
Herbs (peppermint, thyme, chamomile, plantain, fennel, fenugreek, anise, caraway, coltsfoot) 50%, alfalfa fibres, malt, oil seed mixture (linseed, sunflower, black caraway seed), wheat bran, maize germs, oat bran, barley flakes, grape seed extract, calcium carbonate (maritime and mineral), sugar beet fibres, oil mixture (linseed, sunflower oil), salt, sea algae flour, pea protein, Himalayan salt
Mix approx. 40 g per 100 kg body weight into the daily amount of concentrates. For preventive feeding, approx. 20 g per 100 kg body weight and day are sufficient. Is not suitable for covering horses’ total mineral requirements. 1 measuring cup = 130 g