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Clear Worm is un mix of plants  medicinal known for their deworming properties, helps fight against intestinal worms.

This plant complex is traditionally used against parasites. Clear Worm promotes good intestinal hygiene. Does not destroy flora. Can be given safely to horses with sensitive intestines.

  • Easy to distribute in the ration
  • Promotes the balance of the intestinal flora
  • Regulates the population of intestinal diners
  • Quarterly use


  • Food supplement for equines.

We provide information to only support and optimize your pet's health in a natural way.

Clear Worm Plants 1kg

PriceFrom €32.00
  • Garlic (Allium sativatum), thyme (Thymus vulgaris), semen contra (Artemesia cine) , lemon peels (Citrus lime) , seed squash (Curcubita sp), tansy (Tanacetum vulgare L.), wormwood (Artemesia absinthium L.), mugwort (Artemesia vulgaris L.)

  • Horses:   6 measures per day (100 to 110 g) in a ration or spread over 2 rations morning and evening for 5 days.

    Pony/donkeys/foal:  3 measures per day (50 to 55 g) in a ration or spread over 2 rations morning and evening for 5 days. Preferably on a full moon. Start the treatment 2 days before the full moon and continue until 3 days after the full moon.

    To be renewed 4 times a year.

    1 kilo  allows you to make 2 horses / 4 ponies
    2 kilos = 4 horses
    4 kilos= 8 horsepower
    7 kg = 14 horsepower

    Do not give to pregnant or lactating mares. Formulated for equines. Close well after use. Store in a cool, dry place.


    Why deworm your horse by following the lunar cycle?

    The influence of the moon plays an important role on the effectiveness of the cure which will be optimized if it is carried out during this period.

    Indeed, during the waxing moon, the parasites migrate in the intestine and will proliferate until the full moon phase to then experience a decrease. This is why it is important to start the dewormer for 2 or 3 days in the waxing moon phase until the waning moon, you can effectively neutralize the proliferation of internal parasites.

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