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Laminitis Rescue

Clip Clop Equine Shop

Regular price $62.00

Net weight = 2.9 kg - will last just under 6 months on the standard feeding rate for one horse

A nutritional mineral and vitamin supplement to help maintain support for laminitic horses (EMS/IR) in combination with a low sugar + starch intake. Includes specific B vitamins known to move nutrients into cells without insulin involved to improving blood circulation.

Laminitis Rescue contains important minerals such as copper and zinc that can help maintain optimal hoof, coat, hair and immune system health. Formulated to provide the most commonly deficient minerals based on thousands of pasture and hay laboratory tests. Laminitis Rescue is a highly bioavailable mineral and vitamin mix containing proven premium mineral and vitamin sources.

Laminitis Rescue is ideal for horses where the intake is lacking copper and zinc or a very high iron (or manganese) intake is preventing uptake. Many studies have shown that a lack of copper and zinc can be the cause of cracked and shelly, poor quality hooves, and sun bleached, faded coats. The B vitamin biotin can help with insulin signalling and both pyridoxine and folic acid can assist with nitric oxide production for blood circulation, in particular perfusion in the hooves.

Laminitis Rescue also contains magnesium and selenium. The standard feeding rate contains 1 mg selenium. Dr Eleanor Kellon VMD recommends selenium. If you are concerned about overdoing selenium, this article may help: https://uckeleequine.wordpress.com/2014/10/09/selenium-paranoia/

Note: Excessive tissue levels of selenium are toxic. Care should be taken to avoid over-supplementation from this product and/or concurrent use of other products containing selenium (such as pasture top dressing, pellets, drenches or vaccine containing selenium). If blood selenium levels are high this product should not be used. Users can determine an animal’s selenium status by consulting their veterinarian. 

The standard feeding rate is 17 grams or a 1.2 metric tablespoon (slightly heaped tablespoon, best to weigh). For

Iodised salt is recommended for the salt supplementation you add to a feed, at least 2 tablespoons per day, more in hot weather.

Net weight = 4.85 kg - will last just under 10 months (9.8) on the standard feeding rate for one horse

A nutritional mineral and vitamin supplement to help maintain support for laminitic horses (EMS/IR) in combination with a low sugar + starch intake. Includes specific B vitamins known to move nutrients into cells without insulin involved to improving blood circulation.

Laminitis Rescue contains important minerals such as copper and zinc that can help maintain optimal hoof, coat, hair and immune system health. Formulated to provide the most commonly deficient minerals based on thousands of pasture and hay laboratory tests. Laminitis Rescue is a highly bioavailable mineral and vitamin mix containing proven premium mineral and vitamin sources.

Laminitis Rescue is ideal for horses where the intake is lacking copper and zinc or a very high iron (or manganese) intake is preventing uptake. Many studies have shown that a lack of copper and zinc can be the cause of cracked and shelly, poor quality hooves, and sun bleached, faded coats. The B vitamin biotin can help with insulin signalling and both pyridoxine and folic acid can assist with nitric oxide production for blood circulation, in particular perfusion in the hooves.

Laminitis Rescue also contains magnesium and selenium. The standard feeding rate contains 1 mg selenium. Dr Eleanor Kellon VMD recommends selenium. If you are concerned about overdoing selenium, this article may help: https://uckeleequine.wordpress.com/2014/10/09/selenium-paranoia/

Note: Excessive tissue levels of selenium are toxic. Care should be taken to avoid over-supplementation from this product and/or concurrent use of other products containing selenium (such as pasture top dressing, pellets, drenches or vaccine containing selenium). If blood selenium levels are high this product should not be used. Users can determine an animal’s selenium status by consulting their veterinarian.