Nervous Neddies 1kg

$53.00
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Calming herbs may help restore balance to the equine nervous system. 

Although calming herbs may be effective in helping horses to maintain their composure and level-headedness, they are not believed to dull the senses or interfere with your horse’s healthy reflexes. By helping horses to gain control of negative and overly emotional responses, it is thought that calming herbs may help them to focus their attention on the job at hand and make use of themselves more proficiently.

Contains five key ingredients

Vervain: May assist tense horses that are sensitive, impatient and reactive.

Chamomile: May be considered a calming and relaxing herb for the nervous and digestive systems. 

Ginger: May help calm the stomach and may have a “warming” property for the body and blood.

Passionflower: May contain gentle sedative properties which may produce a relaxing effect. 

Valerian Root: May contain calming and sedative qualities as well as considered a relaxant and nervine. Valerian Root has a strong odour which some horses seem to enjoy. 

Dosage

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 believed to release more nutrients from the herbs and may increase the health benefits.

Caution

Some products may be swabbed. It is the responsibility of the rider/owner to ensure the ingredients listed aren’t prohibited in your choice of competition. 

Consult your vet before treating any illness.

Calming herbs may help restore balance to the equine nervous system. 

Although calming herbs may be effective in helping horses to maintain their composure and level-headedness, they are not believed to dull the senses or interfere with your horse’s healthy reflexes. By helping horses to gain control of negative and overly emotional responses, it is thought that calming herbs may help them to focus their attention on the job at hand and make use of themselves more proficiently.

Contains five key ingredients

Vervain: May assist tense horses that are sensitive, impatient and reactive.

Chamomile: May be considered a calming and relaxing herb for the nervous and digestive systems. 

Ginger: May help calm the stomach and may have a “warming” property for the body and blood.

Passionflower: May contain gentle sedative properties which may produce a relaxing effect. 

Valerian Root: May contain calming and sedative qualities as well as considered a relaxant and nervine. Valerian Root has a strong odour which some horses seem to enjoy. 

Dosage

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 believed to release more nutrients from the herbs and may increase the health benefits.

Caution

Some products may be swabbed. It is the responsibility of the rider/owner to ensure the ingredients listed aren’t prohibited in your choice of competition. 

Consult your vet before treating any illness.

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L
Larraine

I like the product as it keeps my horse calm
Thank you MANE EVENT

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Larraine

Your herbs are WOUNDFULL they keep my horse in tip top condition and calm

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Roslyn

Quick delivery

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Jay
Highly recommended!

This is the best stuff, absolutely changed my boy for the best!

I have a rescue standy gelding who was nervous, rearing at any uncertainty, and somewhat aggressive towards other horses. He was always on high alert. I tired everything, after months I was starting to loose hope and then a friend recommended this.

He is now a calm, gentle boy and only the occasional spook. He plays beautiful with the others, even can share a bucket of hay with my other gelding!

After 6months on this we have now been off the property, swimming and adventuring together with no issues.

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Janine
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I have been using this product for a few weeks now and it has definitely made a difference. My boy came to me very scared to the point where his legs would give way at times. I put 18 months work into him, getting him to trust, relax and think. But we got to a point where he would show curiosity about something, and then it seemed his nervous system would jolt him and he would spook. He had stopped progressing due to his nervous system working overtime. Within a few days I could see the difference, both in work and in the paddock. He has a mate in his paddock who had always been calmer than him, but suddenly he became the calm one, and his mate appeared to be much more anxious in comparison. In work he would still be super aware and get scared, but the body response changed. He could overcome it quicker, the scare didn't last as long, the adrenaline didnt seem to kick in every time. Highly recommend. I am giving 1/2 cup twice daily, but he is a pretty extreme case.

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