Calming Bundle for Horses

Calming Bundle for Horses

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Our Calming Bundle for Horses includes everything you’ll need to keep your horse from succumbing to nerves. 

Calm Bundle for Horses contains:

  • Keep Cool for Horses
  • Calming Oil (Formerly: Equine Oil)

  • Keep Cool for Horses helps maintain normal nerve impulses in your horse.

    Calming Oil helps calm overzealous or tired horses. Apply this oil to your equine companion’s nostrils.

    Keep Cool for Horses may be beneficial for:

    • Managing behavioral problems for “nervous” horses
    • Helping maintain contentment (during separation, travel, and tension) caused by changes in daily routine
    • Possibly curbing destructive behavior

    Note: This herbal combination contains Black Cohosh and should not be used on mares that are in the third trimester of pregnancy, as this herbal combination may cause hemorrhage during foaling. This product also contains Valerian Root, which is a substance that is prohibited by some venues according to various venues’ testing requirements.

    Calming Oil for Horses may be beneficial for calming a horse during work time.

    This calming oil is used by many farriers and dentists to calm the horse while they work.

    Keep Cool for Horses A proprietary blend of (Burdock, Catnip, Chamomile, Hawthorn, Hops, Rose Hips, Skullcap, Valerian, Echinacea, Lobelia, Oregon Grape, Black Cohosh, and Mistletoe) 6,992 mg per tbsp. Scoop included.
    Calming Oil for Horses Coconut oil, Oregano oil, Frankincense oil, Lemon oil, Cinnamon oil, Eucalyptus oil, Clove oil, and Rosemary oil.
    Keep Cool for Horses 1 level scoop per day for 1,000-1,200 lb. horse. There are approximately 60 scoops per bag.
    Calming Oil for Horses Apply to the inside of a horse’s nostrils (with a cotton swab) 20-30 minutes before riding or using your horse.
    🚚 Order within the next 2 hours, 15 minutes for delivery by 22 Jun, 2024.
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How soon will results be recognized?

    Herbs are assimilated at the cellular level as they enter the body and travel throughout the system. The benefits of a complete and healthy diet may take 30-90 days to recognize.

    How are Silver Lining Herbs given and in what form will I receive them?

    Our horse line products come in a powder form. They are best given in the grain as a top dressing.

    My horse is a picky eater. Are they palatable?

    Most horses are excited about getting the herbs, but there are those who do not particularly care for them at first. If you will put the herbs in front of them as a top dressing and walk away, they will generally be gone when you come back. Using a lesser amount for a few days and gradually increase until recommended amount is achieved is also a good way to get your horse to get the herbs. You can also mix the herbal products with water to create a paste and paste them orally with a large syringe for a few days until they start getting accustomed to them.

    Do I need to give vitamins and minerals with the herbal products?

    Herbs are the purest form of vitamins and minerals and the easiest assimilated, therefore they will do a magnificent job to maintain your animals’ natural health if they are the only product you choose to use.

    Do you recommend a loading dose?

    No we don’t. We have not seen an advantage in doing a loading dose, and feel in many cases animals do better this way.

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    These testimonials are for informational purposes only. The information is not a substitute for expert veterinary care. Testimonials are written by actual customers and represent their own observations. They are not edited. These observations are not guaranteed, are not medically substantiated, and may not be typical for other animals.