Equine America Kidney Flush

Made in the USA
Equine America Kidney Flush from Pegasus Health
1 litre£23.99

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Water, dextrose, honey, juniper berry (Juniperus communis), Arctostaphylos uva-ursi, Barosma betulina.

Equine America Kidney Flush is used to encourage a healthy balance of fluid within the body and promote healthy kidney function.

Kidney Flush can be used on a weekly basis to naturally balance water levels within the body or prior to competition to reduce weight. Products such as this should be used with caution, and not used on pregnant mares or as a daily supplement unless recommended by a veterinary surgeon.

Kidney Flush can be administered by syringe or added to the feed.

Why should you feed Kidney Flush?

  • To encourage the expulsion of fluid from the body
  • To support weight loss prior to competition
  • To support water retention
How does it work?
Kidney Flush is a palatable solution containing juniper berries, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi and Barosma betulina - plants known for their ability to naturally encourage a healthy balance of fluids in the body. Kidney Flush will encourage the expulsion of fluid from the body and increase urination.

Kidney Flush may be fed on a regular basis. However, this should be done with caution and only when advised by your veterinary surgeon.

For excess water retention in an average 500 kg horse feed 30 ml for 3 to 4 consecutive days. For maintenance feed 30 ml once each week.

Available in:
  • 1 litre (32 servings)

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