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Makana Mariendistelsamen für Tiere, gemahlen, 1000 g Beutel

Milk Thistle, finely ground, 1 kg

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Order number:   744

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To 1 €14.90 * €14.90 * / 1 Kilogramm
From 2 €14.80 * €14.80 * / 1 Kilogramm
From 5 €14.60 * €14.60 * / 1 Kilogramm

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Content: 1 Kilogramm

Gewicht: 1 kg

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Milk thistle seeds (fruits) ground, 1 kg bag Scientific name: Fructus Cardui mariae pulv.,... more
Product information "Milk Thistle, finely ground, 1 kg"

Milk thistle seeds (fruits) ground, 1 kg bag

Scientific name: Fructus Cardui mariae pulv., Semen cardui mariae pulv., Silybum marianum

Milk thistle (Silybum marianum) is of great importance to horses. Supplementary feeding of milk thistle as a cure can detoxify the horse's body. By combining it with other herbs containing bitter substances (e.g. artichoke leaves or dandelion), the positive properties of milk thistle can be further increased. The most valuable ingredient in milk thistle is silymarin. The silymarin is mainly contained in the hard-shelled, shiny black milk thistle fruits.

Milk thistle seeds contain valuable nutrients:

    Unsaturated fatty acids (linoleic acid)
    vitamin E
    bitter substances
    Essential Oils
    Silymarin (a complex belonging to the flavonoids)

Milk thistle (Silybum marianum) is a beautiful thistle plant with purple flowers. Milk thistle is mainly found in the Mediterranean region. They can be found on large fields in Austria (Waldviertel), Hungary, Germany (Westerwald), but also in cultivation areas in North Africa, Argentina, Venezuela and China.

Herbs / Area of Application: Digestion, Liver
Dosage form: ground
Packaging: paper bag

Large horses (600 kg body weight) 10 g - 15 g / day. Adapt ponies and small horses accordingly.

We recommend feeding it as a treatment over a period of approx. 4 weeks.

Note: Please note the anti-doping and drug control rules of the German Equestrian Federation (FN) for equestrian sport.