Heparlind® 500 g

14.00 €28.00 € / Kilogram incl. VAT plus shipping costs, depending on the delivery address, the gross price may change with regard to the VAT rate of the country of delivery.
Delivery time 1-3 days
Art. No. 208024

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To boost hepatic activity
Metabolic waste products, environmental toxins, pesticides, heavy metals, fungal toxins, additives in animal feed, medicines: it is the body that has the task of eliminating all these substances again. It's hard work for the liver. If it is overstrained, substances are temporarily stored in the body in tendons, ligaments, connective tissue and in the extracellular space. As a result, a detoxification treatment is regularly needed. The liver is an indefatigable and very patient organ, it still works when severely damaged without complaining of pain. Liver damage is also long overlooked, because in horses we hardly notice any changes in skin colour or the eyeballs. Only the skin that is affected by dandruff, eczema, mallenders, rain rot and hoof ulcers indicate that the liver is overloaded.
Heparlind is a herbal mixture for stimulating hepatic functions. These herbs are indispensable since they are absent from the pastures. At the same time, it is recommended that renal activity is stimulated with Lüneburg and/or Rhenalind herbs, preferably alternately, to ensure that toxins are excreted more quickly. In many cases, it is also necessary to promote blood circulation, which is achieved with willow bark/meadowsweet or ginkgo from PerNaturam.
Crude protein 9.6%, crude fats 3.8%, crude fibre 21.8%, crude ash 8.8%.
Calcium 1.17%, phosphorous 0.2%, sodium 0.29%.
Application Notes
Depending on the size of the horse, mix *daily 30 to 70 g of Heparlind® Liverworts under the the feed, preferably moistened. Feed Heparlind® together or alternately with the Rhenalind® Kidney Herbs from PerNaturam..

Note: Due to the leaf hairs of the herbs, fibre clouds and threads may form as a result of transport movements during shipping. This is natural and does not represent a reduction in quality.
Artichoke leaves, rosemary needles, yarrow, dandelion leaves with roots, hyssop.