Peppermint is recognised in aiding digestion and relieving gastrointestinal distress.
Peppermint has a cooling, soothing and aesthetic effect on the smooth muscles of the stomach and intestines. Due to this soothing effect Peppermint can be used for those horses prone to colic, gastric or duodenal ulceration, smooth muscle spasm, bloating, digestive cramping or poor appetite.
Peppermint may also dispel nervousness and relieve motion sickness when travelling.
Peppermint is also a fantastic herb to encourage fussy eaters.
May be fed liberally to horses; 1-2 cups once per day.
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 releases more nutrients from the herbs and increases 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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