Rose Hips are natures power house of Vitamin C, not to be confused with its synthetic version- ascorbic acid. The are also high in a substance called Rutin, which has been used since the 1940's to help strengthen capilaries and and help prevent pulmonary bleeding. They are also a mild kidney tonic.

Hay Pellets will help stabilize the acidity in the cecum in case any undigested starch reaches it. Hence they help prevent ulcerative colitis. The addition of alfalfa pellets will also balance the higher phosphorus in the oats.

Flax Seed is high in Omega 3 fatty acids. It help boost the immune system and and is a potent anti-inflammatory. It supports a healthy hoof growth and shiny coat.

Peas provide additional lysine, the essential amino acid to build a proper top line, tissue repair, hoof growth and hair quality. Peas also help to control blood sugar.

Whole Oats have been the staple of feeding horses for centuries. They have an excellent amino acid profile, are high in fiber, and contain beta glucan which has healing properties for the gut. They are 83% fore gut digestible. Please only feed them whole as they will otherwise loose much of their nutritional value as well as cause higher blood sugar spikes.

Fenugreek   improves digestion,
reduces inflammation, lowers blood glucose levels, soothes and heals the intestinal tract and has cardiovascular benefits.

Green Cabbage is naturally high in L-Glutamine, the essential amino acid to help build intestinal lining as well as to repair it.

Kelp is very high in Iodine and helps to stimulate the Thyroid. It is a great option for the 'easy keeper' as well as for horses that have been on a soy based diet.


Anise helps to diffuse digestive gases and also has potent anti-viral properties.

Tumeric is the most potent anti-inflammatory. Horses don't always agree with the taste of it, yet it is easy to disguise in coconut oil. It can be given daily as a preventative.

Papaya is well known for containing papain, an enzyme that assists in protein digestion as well as for its healing properties of the stomach lining. It is the preferred treatment and prevention for gastric ulcers.

Spirulina is a complete food. It contains every essential amino acid as well as vitamin and mineral. It also boosts the immune system and helps to shift the immune response from allergy mediated to defense mediated. It has been studied in the U.S. and UK to help heal allergy mediated COPD in equines.

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Sunflower seeds are high in copper, which is essential for strong tendons, bones, as well as the immune system. They also provide essential Omega 6 fatty acids and support a healthy hoof growth and shiny coat.

Chia Seeds are high in potassium, calcium niacin and Omega 3 fatty acids, as well as potent anti-oxidants.

Brewers Yeast is high in B vitamins and helps the digestive system in growing healthy gut bacteria.

Rice Bran oil is rich in Gamma Oryzanol, a potent anti-ulcerative. It also helps to build lean muscle mass.