Lemon Balm (Cut)
Small Horses (up to 450kg) = £0.40 per day
Why Feed Lemon Balm?
Lemon Balm is well known for its calming properties, it has a soothing effect on the nervous system and gastrointestinal tract. It has anti-spasmodic properties helping to reduce muscle pain and cramping. The carminative properties help to reduce the level of gas in the stomach and intestines giving relief to digestive upsets. Lemon Balm has antiviral, antibacterial and antihistamine properties and is helpful in boosting the immunity and for horses recovering from illness.
What's in the Bag?
We use 100% pure Lemon Balm, nothing else is added or taken away.
How To Feed Lemon Balm
This product can be mixed with your horses daily feed at the following amounts:
- Small Horse (Under 450kg) - 30g per day, this can be split between feeds or given at once
- Large Horse (450kg+) - 40g per day, this can be split between feeds or given at once
Feeding as an Infusion
Many herbs, including Lemon Balm, can be fed as an Infusion, this helps the active ingredients become more readily available and more easily absorbed by your horse.
- Put the daily required amount of herbs in a bucket (quantities stated above)
- Add 1/2 pint (300ml) of boiling water to the herbs, mix and then allow to cool
- When cooled, the whole infusion (including the herbs) can be used to dampen down your horses feed.
If you don't have access to a kettle you can just soak your herbs overnight and this will also help your horse absorb the natural vitamins, minerals & active ingredients.