Fight The Worms 1 / 900g
Fight the Worms 1 is a completely natural herbal blend to support the maintenance of the horse's natural intestinal hygiene.
The horse can act as a host for many kinds of parasites. In the Nordics, the most significant internal parasites of horses are small nematodes and intestinal worms. Other internal parasites found here include tapeworms, roundworms, pinworms and large strongyles.
Due to the increase in resistant strains, anthelmintics should be used judiciously and as needed. Herbs can be used in conjunction with a medicinal deworming to support intestinal hygiene, but not instead. They do not replace anthelmintics, but they can be used to control the number of parasites between medications and improve intestinal hygiene and thus possibly reduce the amount of anthelmintics needed by changing the conditions in the horse's intestines so that the parasites do not thrive there as well, and disturb their well-being.
Fight the Worms 1 contains garlic, cranberry, thyme, couch grass, fennel, anise, wormwood, horseradish and a pinch of love .
Garlic is an old and well-known plant used to maintain intestinal hygiene. It contains volatile oils such as allicin, which has been clinically proven to be effective against internal parasites, especially intestinal worms. Wormwood contains thujone, which nematodes and intestinal worms in particular find unpleasant. Thyme contains thymol, suitable for natural parasite repellence, which is antiseptic and antibacterial. Couch grass has a laxative effect. Parasites avoid the volatile oils contained in anise and fennel seeds. The small seeds also have the property of rubbing the surface of the intestine. Horseradish is an abomination to parasites. Sour cranberry reduces the comfort of parasites in the intestines.
horse 500 kg:
1 - 2 dl / day, 5 - 7 days period.
1 dl = 30-35 g.
Regimen may be repeated 5-10 times a year. Keep at least 3-4 week pause between regimens.
Can be mixed with othet feed.
Dosage: horse 500 kg 1 to 2 dl / day for 5-7 days. It can be played 5-10 krt per month. A gap of at least 3-4 weeks should be kept between the skins.