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PharmaHorse Garlic for horses

PharmaHorse Garlic is a pure concentrated product and contains only the finest garlic. 

PharmaHorse Garlic can be used successfully in conjunction with PharmaHorse Fenugreek. We also offer an excellent Garlic and Fenugreek blend PharmaHorse FenuGarlic.

Composition  
Garlic granules 100% pure


Caution!
 Do not exceed the recommended dosage. For horses a serving of 0.2 grams per kilo of body weight is harmful to red blood cells; this means 100 grams of garlic a day for a horse weighing 500 kg. We recommend sticking to a maximum of 30 grams a day; then garlic is an extremely healthy addition to the daily rations.

Purity: 
PharmaHorse Garlic is 100% free of added sugars. Sugars are not always listed as sugar. Common sugars and sweeteners in supplements are apple aroma, dextrose, sucrose and grape sugar. PharmaHorse does not use any sugars or sweeteners and therefore stands apart from other suppliers. Our products also do not contain other fillers or flavourings. 

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Dosage: 
Pony (± 300 kg): 1 measuring scoop a day
Horse (± 600 kg): 2 measuring scoops a day

1 measuring scoop is equal to approximately 12 grams.

Directions for use:
PharmaHorse Garlic can be mixed with your horse's daily feed.

Storage recommendation:
The product should be stored in a cool, dry place in the original packaging, beyond the reach of children.

Classification:
This product is a feed material for horses and is only suitable for horses and ponies. We use human-grade quality ingredients, which guarantees high quality. Nevertheless, because of the size of the measuring spoon and the advised dose, the labelling of this product recommends that you only use it for ponies and horses.

This product is not a medicine and has no medicinal effects. Food supplements are not replacements for a healthy lifestyle with a variety of well-balanced food. Therefore, if your horse is sick or has a medical disorder, it is important to contact a veterinarian.