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Equilite Relax

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Equilite Relax

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Product Summary:

Equilite™ RelaxBlend™
 

Helps reduce nervousness, stress, tension and anxiety by combining Valerian, Chamomile, Hops, Wood Betony, and Passion Flower.

·         Helps with settling stall walkers and stall bound horses

·         Ideal for horses returning to training

·         Can be used daily or a as-needed basis

·         Feed the average size horse 1-2 ounces per day

·         Powder Consistency
Size:  2 lbs.
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SLT122023 AH020 852664402757

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This product really works!
I got this product to try on my young mustang mare. She'd been born wild and had some ground work done, up to being saddled. She has a very reactive/jumpy personality, very similar to the "stereotypical Arabian" personality. So for getting her started under saddle I figured 30 days with a trainer who has worked with a lot of mustangs would likely be a decent start. After around 70 days she'd only been mounted once because mounting her was taking a big chance. I decided a calming supplement couldn't hurt, might take the edge off so she could focus and quit spooking constantly. This one really worked! Took about a week or so to get in her system. She actually got 20 short w/t/c rides on her(in a round pen) by 100 days! She does best with a half scoop morning and evening, daily. More proof it works: my container is starting to run low, so I decided to try weaning her off it. Within about a week of just halving her dose, she started reverting back to her more reactive, jumpy self and gave me her first difficult ride. Think she'll stay on this until she's completely broke/finished! The only flaw was that it does have a strong scent, so she wasn't real impressed with eating it at first. But she loves to eat so she got over it after 2-3 days.
January 24, 2018
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1 year ago
Took the edge off
My old mare got her feathers ruffled when the new pony arrived and the new pony was on edge because she had to make sure he stays at the bottom of the herd. This took the edge off for both of them.
September 27, 2016
I have a very mareish mare and this tends to help her attitude. It's a good combination of calming herbs. Daily, I give her about 1/3 of the recommended dose, but if needed because of stress (when we ride around lots of other horses), I give her the full dose. It has a strong smell, but she has no problem eating it when mixed in her beet pulp/feed.
December 2, 2014
This stuff works!
Used this when my high strung mare had a bad leg injury and was on stall rest. Tried a million products and this one did the job!!! Now I keep it on hand and use as needed. I mixed it in her soaked beet pulp pellets and never had a problem with her eating it and she is picky! I thought it was a bit pricey for daily use while she was on stall rest but it worked soo....ya just go for it..
December 19, 2013
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it is an all natural product that contains valerian, which is a herb that horses need to make certain amino acids to help keep them calm while processing new information that the horse may find scary
sherri s on Oct 18, 2015
it is an all natural product that contains valerian, which is a herb that horses need to make certain amino acids to help keep them calm while processing new information that the horse may find scary
sherri s on Oct 18, 2015
What are ingredients?
A shopper on Sep 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Please follow the link I have listed below to the product label.

http://www.horse.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/RelaxBlend.pdf