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No More Drama- Horses

Discover the natural way to ease your horse's anxiety with our Herbal Calm Formula. Specially crafted to promote tranquility in horses, this all-natural, safe solution is a game-changer for equine care. Made from a proprietary blend of herbs known for their calming properties, our formula addresses anxiety without the use of harsh chemicals or additives.

Chai Hu (Bupleurum Root), Long Gu (Fossilized Bones), Mu Li (Oyster Shell), Huang Qin (Scutellaria Root), Sheng Jiang (Fresh Ginger Rhizome), Da Zao (Jujube Fruit), and Gan Cao (Licorice Root)

This formula contains calcium-rich herbs that calm an overexcited nervous system, promote relaxation, decrease seizures, and treat hypertension. 3rd Party tested for purity and potency. Laboratory tested.

Minis 10-20g
Ponies 20-30g
900-1200lbs 30-40g
1200-1500lbs 40-50g

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Which Horses Should Take This?

Perfect for horses facing stress from travel, competition, or any environmental changes, our Herbal Calm Formula is designed to integrate seamlessly into your horse's daily routine. The fine powder form ensures easy

incorporation into food, making administration effortless for horse owners.Experience the peace of mind that comes from knowing you're providing your horse with a gentle, effective solution to manage anxiety. Ideal for horses of all ages and breeds, our Herbal Calm Formula supports a serene, balanced demeanor, helping your equine companion to remain focused and at ease in any situation.

Signs of Anxiety In Horses

  • Restlessness or Pacing: An anxious horse may have difficulty standing still, showing signs of restlessness such as constantly shifting weight from one foot to another or pacing back and forth.
  • Sweating: Excessive sweating without physical exertion is a common sign of stress or anxiety in horses.
  • Increased Heart Rate and Breathing: Anxiety can cause a horse's heart rate and breathing to increase, even when they have not been physically active.
  • Shaking or Trembling: Some horses may visibly shake or tremble when they are nervous or scared.
  • Spooking Easily: An anxious horse may be more prone to spooking at sudden movements or noises that would not normally cause a reaction.

Elevate your horse's well-being with our Herbal Calm Formula – the natural choice for a happier, calmer horse.

PROVEN HEALTH & WELLNESS

CHARITY & JACKSON

"I'm not 100% but I'm 100% better than yesturday! Thanx to EAT & OUCHIE!! I'm. finding that less is more...that's my philosophy anyway... But, I was able to walk around the GROVE & get Starbucks with my mum!!

MAGGIE & ALLEN

Thank you Healthy Paws, their wonderful team and Dr. Kyle. My experience with Longevity was truly miraculous. Life changing at a very difficult time. I highly recommend using Longevity earlier than later with your mature pets.

SPARKY & TARA

With his missing limb the rest of Sparky’s joints were working harder. I couldn’t believe how well Ouchie helped him stay mobile and decreased his pain! I started using Forever Young, too, because the other formula worked so well!

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Symptom relief is usually within 25-45 minutes producing effects that last 4-6 hours. You can also increase dosage at times of higher stress

  • Tail Swishing: While tail swishing can indicate a variety of things, in the context of other signs, it can be an indicator of irritation or unease.
  • Ears Pinned Back: Ears that are consistently pinned back against the head can indicate fear, anxiety, or aggression.
  • Avoidance Behavior: This can include turning away from humans or other horses, attempting to leave or escape a situation, or not wanting to be caught or handled.
  • Changes in Eating or Drinking Habits: Anxiety can lead to decreased appetite or changes in drinking habits, including not drinking enough water.
  • Vocalizations: Increased whinnying, neighing, or other vocalizations can be a sign of stress or anxiety in horses.
  • Stalling or Refusing to Move: Some horses may freeze up and refuse to move when they are particularly anxious or scared.
  • Eye Whites Showing: When a horse is scared or anxious, the whites of their eyes may become more visible.

Continue for one week when symptoms are gone. This formula is filled with tonic herbs which can be taken safely every day.

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