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intestinal regulation
Horseradish allows a more active metabolism and greater mobility, especially in older horses. The combination with ginger has proven itself.
Due to its high content of spicy substances, horseradish has a germ-inhibiting and intestinal-regulating effect. It tones, revitalizes, purifies the intestine and helps expel parasites. In late summer, when the flies lay their eggs, this helps reduce or prevent implantation of gastric larvae.

Horseradish (1 kg)

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  • Analytical components Crude fiber 8.3%

    Minerals Calcium 0.42%, phosphorus 0.23%, sodium 0.02%

    100% ground horseradish

  • Mix 1 to 3 heaped tablespoons of horseradish into the feed, depending on the size of the horse.

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