Liver Detox Cleanse for Horses
Liver supplements for horses help to increase liver regeneration and protection from stress and toxins. A regular liver cleanse is an essential part of promoting the health of your equine.
A properly working liver is vital to help rid the body of drugs and other toxins that your horse is exposed to constantly.
Does your horse have any of these symptoms?
- Seasonal Allergies
- Eyesight Issues
- Refusing Tight Turns-Especially Resistant to Right Turns
- Diagnosed with Lyme Disease
- Low Energy
- Back pain
- Can’t sweat
- Chronic diarrhea
- Dry, scruffy coat, bleached hair
- Dry hooves/rings/ridges
- Dull, cloudy or sunken eyes
- Foul odor of manure
- Irritability, poor attitude
- Mood changes
- Skin issues (bald patches, dry, scaly, lumps, cysts, hives)
- Slow healing
- Recurrent colic
- Recurrent respiratory problems
- Recurring injury
- Underweight or weight loss
Liver Cleanse Naturally liver detox for horses supports the natural function of the liver by helping to increase the cleansing process, regenerate and restore an overloaded liver.
Natural herbs safely used for centuries for their ability to cleanse the liver, increase blood flow, and provide antioxidant activity to increase the detoxification of the liver.
Our natural horse supplements are proudly made in the USA and contain no fillers, artificial, GMO, or other unnecessary ingredients.
- Hand Blended
- Made Fresh the Day it Ships
- Pelletized for Horses
- No Fillers
Available 60 and 120 Servings (approx)
Recommended Detox one week per month 2 – 3 times per year
1000 lb horse: 1 scoop twice/daily for 7days
Ingredients: Milk Thistle, Dandelion, Nettle Leaf, Burdock, Meadowsweet, Licorice, Flaxseed oil.
*Disclaimer: We make no medical or veterinarian claims to any of the products offered on this site. The information presented on the Alternative Animal web site is intended for informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and should not in any way be used as a substitute for the advice of your physician, veterinarian, or other licensed health care provider.