Products from the processing of herbs (including hops, echinacea, bitter orange peel (ripe), mint, rosehip shells, omicha berries, milk thistle seeds, turmeric, dandelion leaves, rosemary, blueberries, ginger, gingko leaves and licorice), magnesium oxide, methyl sulphonyl methane, apiculture by-product (bee pollen),wheat protein, glutamine, brewers' yeast, milk protein powder,white mineral oil, fructooligosaccharides (FOS).
NAF Shake Relief is an advanced, veterinary developed nutritional formula designed especially for your horse if he becomes distressed by discomfort felt in his head. Feeding your horse NAF Shake Relief will help make him happier, rideable and ready to shake the world!
Horses may be affected by a number of different seasonal triggers; commonly bright sunlight, pollen or flies, resulting in seasonally associated discomfort and anxiety in the head. Affected horses can become incapable of being ridden or even relaxing in the field. By improving the diet with targeted nutrition the horse's natural defences are optimised.
NAF Shake Relief contains a unique complex of scientifically verified, naturally sourced antioxidants to flush the toxins out from the system. As anxiety can be a major factor, soothing herbs are included with bio-available magnesium to support a calm, confident outlook. NAF Shake Relief also contains an immune support complex which targets the immune systems, vital to the horse's defences and wellbeing, and MSM to support soft tissue and nerve tissue, painlessly.
NAF Shake Relief should be fed throughout the peak season for each individual, and may be increased as and when needed.
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Introduce gradually for fussy feeders. Maintenance levels may be adjusted to suit the individual and are not necessarily related to bodyweight.
A 500 g tub fed at 25 g per day will last 20 days.
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