Laminitis is inflammation of the soft tissue structure that attaches the pedal bone of the foot to the hoof wall. It can become life-threatening if not addressed quickly.
A parked out stance, cresty neck, fat pockets in certain areas of the body and a digital pulse are tell-tale signs of laminitis, but the imbalance starts much earlier at a cellular level. At this point, it’s not even detectable in blood tests. This is why prevention is always key!
WholistiLAMI is for:
Laminitis is a terrifying diagnosis for your horse to receive, but there is so much you can do to help your laminitic equine live a happy, healthy life. WholistiLAMI may help reduce inflammation and restore metabolic function to lessen your horse’s symptoms. It is designed to pair well with your veterinarian’s traditional treatments.
There are many other ways you can support your horse when it comes to Laminitis. Always seek advice from your vet, trimmer/farrier and equine nutritionist to ensure your horse receives a wholistic approach to their care plan. If you haven’t already, look at changing their immediate environment and if you’re able to do so, introduce a track system or a paddock paradise. Your horse will really thank you.
Horses: 1 scoop daily, approx 30g, based on scoop provided
Ponies: 1/2 scoop daily, approx 15g, based on scoop provided
For best results, double the recommended dosage for the first six weeks
For best results divide into morning and afternoon feeds where possible
This product will last one horse 34 days based on the above dosage rate once the initial six weeks has been completed
Use of Herbs in Equestrian Sport
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Storage of Herbs & Supplements
Herbs & Supplements are best stored in airtight containers out of direct light, in a cool, dark place.