Rosehip is rich in natural vitamin compounds, B-, C-as well as oils, which includes important soluble A, D, E and K vitamins oils. Rosehip is rich in amino acids and it contains magnesium which helps in treating muscle cramps. A rosehip is also rich in minerals, trace elements and that contributes the general well-being of the body.
The antioxidant properties contained within rosehips are useful for sustaining a healthy body. Studies have proven that anti-oxidants protect the body against particular illnesses like cancer, arthritis, and cardiovascular diseases. Rosehip can be a good alternative when taking care of joints and increasing joint mobility. A protein present in rose hips could help horses by preventing the start of osteoarthritis through boosting the immune system, hence shielding joint tissue from materials that harm them.
Rosehip is an ideal source of additional Vitamin C for the horse. Rosehips also contain vitamins E, D, and A, along with anti-oxidants that support the immune system.
Horse: 1 to 3 tablespoons /a day.
Dogs: 1 teespoon to 1 tablespoon / a day.
1 tbsp = 10 g.
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No additives, 100% rosehip powder.