Grass Crazies Equine ( previously known as Grass Affected) supports horses showing spooky, nervous, aggressive or unpredictable behaviour caused by changes in pasture.
Professionally formulated natural anxiety supplement for horses.
Safe, non-toxic & 100% natural.
Equestrian Competition & Racing safe (not swab-able).
This natural calming remedy supports horses grazing on pasture that has excessive potassium levels combined with low levels of magnesium and calcium, which can result in hyperactivity, tenseness or unpredictable behaviour. The effect of this remedy is cumulative, and you are likely to see results over a period of 3-5 days.
How To Dose
Add this remedy to a piece of food, a treat or for more nervous horses, pump a dose on to your finger and dab the remedy onto the horses’ tongue, gum or lips. Grass Affected – Equine is only available in our 90ml pump bottle for targeted dosing of the affected horse, so is not suitable for adding to the water trough. This remedy is intended to be used alongside dietary management, supplementation and veterinary supervision
90ml Pump Bottle
Give 2 pumps onto the tongue, gums or lips, or on a piece of food 2 times a day, reducing doses as symptoms improve.
90 ml Pump Bottle = 230 doses (2 pumps per dose).
Bottles are food grade aluminium with a hygienic serum pump lid and over cap. Great for dosing on the go.
This remedy is not suitable for adding to a water trough, dose on feed instead
Give 1/2 capful or half a pump on top of feed, once or twice a day as needed. Reduce doses as symptoms ease.
* All remedies have a shelf life of 2 years
* Safe, non-toxic ingredients
* Safe to use alongside prescription medications
* Competition and Racing safe (not swab-able)
* Safe for pregnant and lactating mares
* Alcohol free
Our Chilled Out Horse remedy is an everyday calming supplement that can be given as a background calmative once grass affected symptoms have gone.
Oral remedies need to make contact with a mucous membrane such as the tongue, gums or lips. Read our blog to find out more about oral dosing.
Our equine remedies are formulated to support a horse’s natural immune response. We do not claim to treat, medicate or cure any health conditions. If you are worried an animal may be in pain or suffering, please contact your veterinarian.