Nature has always been at the core
of the horse's physiological self, with a bounty of herbs and botanicals to forage on.
* Any information, products or recommendations offered here are not intended, nor are we legally permitted under EU/DEFRA/VMD rulings, to use the terms "treat, heal, cure, prevent, relieve or support" as it may be construed as "medicinal by presentation". Any information here is not intended to replace professional veterinary advice. Our ethos is simply to follow natural nutritional herbology for equine care, based on traditional use.
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Herbs help to nutritionally cleanse and tone the body as they nourish it, supporting immunity and the body's own natural healing ability.
When we say 'Natural',
we mean it!
Our herbs come from a UK-based organic trading house, whose products are certified either Soil Association Organic, Fairwild or Wild Harvested, which means they're free from agro-chemicals, non-irradiated, GMO-free, human-grade and tested to EU accreditation.
With full batch traceability and proof of certification, this assures that stringent practices ensure the highest quality, contaminant-free product, to harness the optimum phytonutrient benefits for your horse.
100% natural, as nature intended
See * INTRODUCTION
This month's featured products
EquiVita Mineral Solutions
The nutrient foundation of any diet
Our UK grasslands are known to be deficient in many essential minerals, where changes in the grass chemistry cause changes in the chemistry of the horse. This directly - and adversely - affects the horse's system.
EquiVita is different
Many commercial 'one-size-fits-all' balancers rarely get the mineral ratios right, with many adding iron and manganese, both of which are already too high in our UK grasslands.
This means that your commercial brand may be making your horse's dietary nutrient levels even more unbalanced.
EquiNatural's EquiVIta is a carefully balanced multi-mineral nutritional solution, based on the known UK forage deficiencies, providing the correct ratios of the micronutrients lacking in our UK grasslands.
A nutrient-balancing solution