HorseFlex Ginger is a feed for horses to support the stomach and intestines. It naturally contributes to healthy digestion and also supports your horse’s joints.
Ginger as a supplement for horses
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a flowering plant whose rhizome is used in many ways. The root of this plant is a widely used spice in cooking and is also rich in many useful and healthy nutrients. In fact, Zingiber root contains many essential oils and is naturally rich in vitamins B1, B2 and C and minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium, among others. It therefore has a powerful supporting effect on your horse’s stomach and intestines and helps with the digestion of food. In addition, it contains a large amount of phytonutrients (gingerol and shogaol) that naturally have anti-inflammatory properties. This causes ginger to have a relieving and supportive effect on a horse’s joints.
When can I give this root to a horse?
HorseFlex Ginger is an herb that can be used in many different ways. Due to its supportive and stimulating effect on the stomach and intestines, it’s great for supporting your horse’s digestion. The supplement has a strengthening and relaxing effect on the stomach and contributes positively to bowel function. This makes this root very suitable for horses with a sensitive stomach. Besides supporting digestion, it is also ideal if you are looking for a supplement to provide extra support for your horse’s joints. Ginger naturally has a relieving effect on joints and is therefore suitable for older horses and growing young horses, among others.
Advice on ginger root for horses
Are you looking for a supplement to support your horse’s digestion or joints, or would you like to learn more about ginger for horses? If so, please feel free to contact with us. We are happy to help you!
- For healthy digestion
- To support the stomach and intestines
- Contributes to supple joints
100% ground ginger root
HorseFlex Ginger can easily be given along with the feed. It may be mixed with the slobber. (!) Not suitable for pregnant mares.
Horse or pony up to 350kg: 10 grams per day.
Horse over 350kg: 20 grams per day.
1 measuring spoon contains approximately 14 grams.