***Please note, there is currently a shortage on Valerian Root until July 2022 so until this stock is received Monster Mare will be made with the exact same ingredients except for Valerian Root***Mares that are aggressive, moody or badly behaved during their season (or at any time) may benefit greatly from Monster Mare Magic.
This blend may assist with hormonal imbalances, calm the irritated horse and “even” out the mood swings associated with a mare’s cycle.
Did you know that mares can be tricked into cycling by warmer than average days and then sometimes stop cycling in the colder months? Therefore, it’s very hard to judge if it’s your mare’s "bad" behaviour or she is feeling uncomfortable and in pain due to her season.
While you should see some calming effects fairly quickly this blend is meant to be used long term to allow the benefits of the herbs to build in the system. Chaste Tree Berry Powder may take up to 12 weeks to become fully effective in some cases.
Contains five key ingredients
Chaste Tree Berry Powder: reduces hormonal behaviour in mares during oestrus. Widely used as a remedy for PMT in women. Chaste Tree is also recognised for inhibiting sex hormones of stallions, particularly useful when their behaviour is deemed to be dangerous or causing them loss of condition.
Passionflower: calming, sedative, relaxant. Particularly helpful for mares who are stressed and uncomfortable during hormonal changes.
Chamomile: anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, calming, balancing and soothing to the nervous system.
Vervain: tonic, sedative, nervine. Thought to be a “cure all” by the Greeks and the American Indians and indispensable for the modern horse. Improves liver and digestive function and assists the uterus.
Valerian Root: muscle relaxant, sedative, tranquilising. Can be very calming to the uncomfortable or stressed horse.
40g per day/500kg horse
40g = 1/2 cup approximately
How to Administer
Dried herbs may be added directly to your horses dampened feed in their dry state. Alternatively, (recommended) they may be made into an infusion (herbal tea) prior to use and the soaked herbs and liquid poured over their feed. By making an infusion prior to feeding, this is known to release more nutrients from the herbs and increase the health benefits.
May be of benefit for improving or promoting health or production or performance. Consult your vet before treating any illness.
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