23 Laminae Support for Horses

(4 customer reviews)


#23 Laminae Support is designed to help maintain the natural temperature in the feet and legs. This formula may be beneficial in:

  • Horses that Lay Down Frequently
  • Supporting the soft tissue of the foot
  • Sore Feet
SKU: E23-1 Category:


Laminae Support for Horses.

Active Ingredients: A proprietary blend of (Devils Claw, Butchers Broom, Garlic, Hawthorne, Kelp, Oregon Grape, Slippery Elm, Uva Ursi, White Willow, Yucca, Marshmallow, Boneset and Juniper) 7370 mg per tbsp. Scoop included.
Inactive Ingredients: NONE
Recommended use: 1 level scoop per day for 1000-1200 lb horse. There are approximately 60 scoops per bag.
Available sizes: E23-1 1 lb re-sealable foil bag

What else can happen to horses feet? Read our article titled Scratches or Mud Fever in Horses to find out!

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 1 × 9.75 in

4 reviews for 23 Laminae Support for Horses

  1. Kathryn Carter

    After a couple of trying winters of my horse coming down with swelling and oozing sores over much of her body, many visits with the my Vet and then my horse having a laminitis episode I bought Immune Support by recommendation of my neighbor. It was amazing how fast she started healing. It took about 3 weeks for her to totally clear up and she has been well ever since. I bought another bag of Immune support but have not had to use it. I have also used Laminae support and feel it helped her to grow new foot and recover from the laminitis. The laminitis was caused by giving my mare steroids for the outbreaks. Wish I had started the Immune support sooner! Thank you for the great products

  2. barrelracer_970 (verified owner)

    I love this product!! I added it to the Foot and Bone Support and it really helped my barrel horse!
    Thank you!

  3. Stephanie (verified owner)

    I absolutely love the laminae support for my mare who has a history of founder (including ‘rotation’ of the coffin bone). I do all of my own trimming and pay very close attention to her feet and the improvement in her feet after supplementing this blend into her diet has been amazing. Aside from frequent barefoot trimming, this is my first line of defense for her. It prevents swelling in her feet, so I can actually turn her out on pasture without worrying that she will get sore feet. Between trims the laminae/white line are stronger than ever. I consider this a must-have for any horse with hoof soreness or laminitis issues.

  4. Karla Kuban

    My mini horse was down for two years. He foundered one winter morning, and was never the same. Some days, I couldn’t get him up, and had to roll him, to keep him from getting sores on one side. He had rotated quite a bit (we had a vet take x-rays), and the vet suggested we put him down. “Nope,” I said. For two years I buted him, and the farrier trimmed him every four weeks. Little improvement. He was grinding his teeth in pain. Finally, I came to this website, and was told I needed No. 23, Laminae support, along with No. 37, kidney support. I had read, too, on the internet, that extra calcium and magnesium were recommended, so I bought a product called Citramins II by Thorne and poured a capsule of powder on top of the herbs. In two days Pony was up and walking. In five days he was running with the herd. He is back out in the pasture, eating normally, and galloping when the herd gallops. I am in awe, and grateful. Anyone who likes can call me, and I can tell you more; however, the bottom line is that he’s not in pain, and is moving awfully well. Sincerely, Karla Kuban

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