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Wendals Herbs Calmer

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Wendals Herbs Calmer

$64.19

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Product Summary:

Wendals Herbs - Calmer
 
Horse Calming Herbal Supplement. Helps keep nervous or excitable horses calm and relaxed. Commonly used for competition and race horses, as well as horses prone to wood chewing or cribbing. May help reduce nervous energy wasted in preliminaries and traveling.
 
Features:
  • Made of finest quality premium herbs
  • Helps to relax excitable horses or those prone to chewing or cribbing
  • All natural--No artificial or prohibited substances as defined by the FEI and Jockey Club
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee - try for 30 days
 
Item Specifications:
 
Ingredients:
Chamomile, dandelion, garlic, hops, lemon balm, lime tree flowers, red poppy, thyme and vervain.
 
Directions for use:
Give average horse 2-3 scoops daily. 2.2 lbs lasts about 28 days.

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I have a retired Race horse, who is still high strang ( he is 7yrs old)
pamela m on Nov 7, 2015
How does this product work for nervous fence walkers that want to get next to another horse?? She is about 500 feet away from the other horse and can see him but wants to be with him...does this help??
Doreen D on Jun 16, 2014
Best Answer: I have only had my OTTB in it for a few weeks he seems to not be weaving as much in his stall but he does still pace at dinner time. I believe that they really need to be in product 4-6 weeks to know true rsesults.
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