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CARDIOVASCULAR

Cardiovascular

Cardiovascular


“A horse gallops with his lungs and wins with his character, but perseveres with his heart
The Center for Equine Health, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine



Principal Body System: Cardiovascular
Definition: Blood, heart and blood vessels.
Function: Distributes oxygen and nutrients to cells; carries carbon dioxide and wastes from cells; maintains the acid-base balance ofthe body; protects against disease; prevents haemorrhage by forming blood clots; helps regulate body temperature.


The horse’s heart is an extremely effective organ, and fortunately rarely experiences problems.  Which is just as well because the horse’s heart has to pump a healthy blood supply to one of the largest mammals on the planet.  It is quite simply the lifeline to a horse's optimum health.

 


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HerbalCardioTonic
A blend of beneficial cardio-tonic herbs. As energy levels are at their highest in summer, this is particul
arly useful as a summer tonic.  Recommended as a 4-week course.

 

From £32.00 / kg


Gemmotherapy - English Hawthorn (Crataegus oxyacantha)
~ Indicated for the heart.

 

£16.00 / 100 ml