- Sku: ROSMEES
- Vendor: Mane Event
Rosehip is the small seed pod of the dog rose (Rosa canina) which remains after flowering.
- Rich source of readily assimilated Vitamin C.
- Source of other forms of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients, including – vitamins A, D, E, B1, B2, B3 and K, bioflavonoids (including rutin), and caroten.
- Rich in antioxidants (neutralizes free radicals)
- Promotes overall health and vitality
- Research has established Rosehips as the highest source of flavonoids which may assist with strengthening horses’ hooves
- Naturally occurring Vitamin C (as found in our Rosehip Granules) has been found to be far more readily absorbed than artificial Vitamin C
- Boosts the immune system, commonly used to assist with recovery from trauma, illness or injury
- Aid in tissue repair
- Assists with preventing illness
- Recognised as a natural antihistamine, may assist the allergy-prone horse
Feeding Rosehip for Laminits
Rosehip is well recognised for its exceedingly high Vitamin C content which can alleviate stress of all kinds. Rosehips are also a circulatory stimulant particularly in dense capillary beds (such as the coronet band of the foot which is compromised by laminitis). Natural source of biotin aids in healthy hoof growth along with being a circulatory stimulant.
Between 30g - 100g per day/500kg horse depending on the level of work and feeding goal (i.e maintenance, treatment of illness etc).
30g = 2 tablespoons approximately.
May be of benefit for improving or promoting health or production or performance. Consult your vet before treating any illness.
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