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Liver Herbs

noverms1 The easy solution to many conditions where clinical diagnosis is difficult before major damage to the liver manifests itself and it is too late to correct. It is vital that all horse owners and riders can recognise the signs of potential liver problems and take action to remedy them as soon as possible.

When the liver does not function properly it can lead to many different problems and allergies: the bile does not excrete freely into the intestinal tract and so passes off into the blood stream and throughout the rest of the system, causing a toxic condition. This can lead to poor appetite and discomfort over the liver area, thus causing other 'symptoms', for example lameness in the near fore or off hind, hanging to the left, dislike of working on the right rein, hyper-tension or hot temperament, head shaking and mood swings. Mucus my also accumulate in the blood stream which ends up in the lungs.

The main issue that concern the liver is diet related, the over or misuse of chemical wormers or when there has been the need for a lot of medication.

Astounding results have been recorded after the administration of the Liver herbs, which include Milk Thistle, They tone the liver, assisting it to maintain its function and ensuring bile production and are also high in Iron.

Usage: 1 measure in the feed twice a day. One tub lasts for 4-6 weeks.

Liver Herbs: 500gms - £64.00 Postage: £5.50


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"...Dear Ellen, Many thanks for sending the herbs, my Dutch friends stallion is responding well to the liver herbs...."

Angela Watson-Wright. Kerflech, Plelauff, France

We make no medicinal claims. Our products are simply to benefit the body towards natural health

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