Liver Herbs

100% unadulterated herb mixture To support liver function

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100% unadulterated herb mixture To support liver function

Supplementary feed for horses Stiefel liver herbs can contribute to supporting the liver function in a natural way and actively promote the regeneration of liver cells.

Composition: Milk thistle seeds 40%, black cumin seeds 10%, dandelion herb 25%, dandelion root 5%, parsley root and herb 10%, parsley stems 10%

Analytical components: Crude protein 15.3%, crude oils and fats 15.3%, crude fibre 14.1%, crude ash 7.4%

Feeding recommendation: Horses (600 kg body weight) 60 g per day Small horses 30 g per day Recreational treatment for 30 days, to be repeated 2-3 times per year as required, possibly alternating with Stiefel kidney herbs. 1 tablespoon corresponds to approx. 11g Mix dry or brewed with the stock into the feed.

Store the feed in a cool and dry place protected from direct sunlight. Use soon after opening. Please take note of the current anti-doping and medication control directives (ADMR) of the FM (German Riding Association).

Presentation: cut herbs

Packaging: Item ST009330 1kg bag

Data sheet number: 391123D

Information: The herbs selected contain generous doses of bitter and tanning compounds that can stimulate the liver and thus have a positive effect on the excretion of the body. The liver is a detoxification organ and also provides very important functions within the metabolic system. It is therefore often under severe stress, caused by external factors and feeds. Feeding Stiefel liver herbs can support the liver. Our milk thistle seeds are further characterised by their high content of silymarin complex (more than 3%). This complex can absorb free radicals that are created during liver detoxification. It can also support the regeneration of liver tissue. With milk thistle and black cumin seeds, parsley and dandelion.

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