All-natural nutrition bar for microcirculation support
Equibar Hemofluid should be integrated in the daily diet of fully active horses, as well as those at rest, such as elderly horses. Administered regularly, its balanced and completely natural formula guarantees gradual positive action on the animal’s microcirculatory system without placing strain on other organs, such as the liver.
The use of Equibar Hemofluid is recommended for horses subject to navicular syndrome, swollen limbs and idiopathic synovitis, as well as tendinitis. It is a balanced formula that combines the precious active ingredients of Willow, Grape and Ginkgo Biloba to aid the optimal functioning of the microcirculation and, consequently, the well-being of the horse.
The main advantages of using Equibar Hemofluid are:
• Reduction of swelling present in the form of joint and tendon idiopathic synovitis.
• Vigour and tone of limbs and body.
Benefits have also been found in terms of increased shine of the coat, resulting from oxygenation and antioxidant action, and the alleviation of itching caused by insect bites.
Tested on horses suffering from navicular syndrome, the product guaranteed a reduction in pain and a visible improvement in mobility and the fluidity of movement, thanks to improved microcirculation in the hoof.
2 kg box (4.41 lb) – Around 3 months
• Management of navicular syndrome;
• Management of idiopathic synovitis, swelling and heaviness of the limbs;
• Management of tendonitis.
Equibar Hemofluid has also been found to be effective in relieving itching due to insect bites.
Pain can be linked to several factors:
• Inflammation of the ligaments that support the navicular bone, the tendon or the navicular bursa;
• Increased pressure applied to the hoof;
• Decreased blood flow to the hoof;
• Erosion of cartilage.
The various factors that can lead to equine naviculitis include:
• Genetic causes and limb conformation (therefore, not only adult horses are subject to navicular syndrome);
• Incorrect trimming and shoeing;
• Concussion, i.e. repeatedly hitting the hoof on the ground;
• Intense work on uneven surfaces, which can cause stress on the joints;
Here are some tips that are not a substitute for the opinion of a veterinarian:
• Management of trimming and shoeing to improve foot support;
• Daily movement, preferably on soft ground, since the blood circulation in the hoof decreases when the horse is stationary and the pressure is constant on the navicular (the pressure is intermittent when in movement);
• Nutritional management and target weight control, to avoid burdening the joints with excessive weight. To this end, integration using Equibar Hemofluid may also be useful, in order to promote the optimal functioning of the microcirculation and improved inflow and supply of blood to the navicular bone;
• Slowing down of the pace and workload of the animal and suitability of the terrain used for the horse.
Grapes are fruit that grow on vines, which are plants of very ancient origin. Grape peel contains anti-inflammatory substances that are highly antioxidant and have a draining effect, as well as playing a key role in toning the blood vessels.
Willow is a tree native to Europe, Asia and North America, whose bark is rich in beneficial substances, the main one being salicin, known for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and analgesic properties.
Complementary horse feed
Composition: Herbs mix 45% (Vitis vinifera L., Salix alba L., Ginkgo bolobae), wheat flour type 0, fioretto corn flour, vegetable oils and fats.
|TENORI ANALITICI – Analytical tenors|
Ténors analytique, Tenöre analytische, Componentes analíticos
|Proteina grezza – Crude protein|
Protéines brutes, Rohprotein, Proteína bruta
|Oli e grassi grezzi – Crude fat|
Matières grasses brutes, Rohfett, Aceites y grasas brutas
|Cellulosa grezza – Crude fibre|
Fibre brute, Rohfaser, Fibra bruta
|Ceneri grezze – Crude ash|
Cendres brutes, Rohasche, Cenizas brutas
Did you know that…
Raw fats: are a source of energy and must be commensurate with the daily energy needs of animals.
Crude fibre (or raw cellulose): is essential for horses since it promotes chewing and therefore digestion and intestinal motility.
Crude ash: are the inorganic component, i.e. the minerals contained in the ingredients of food. They are called “crude ashes” because, if we incinerate the food, they would be the part that remains (the ash, in fact), while the organic component would be completely burned. For example: Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium.
Guidolin Horses Tips
We recommend that you always follow the advice of your veterinarian for feeding your horse.
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