Mare mood stabilizer and cushings symptom stabilizer
Derived from its latin name, vitex agnus-castus, chaste tree berry has been used for thousands of years, primarily by women to ease menstrual problems and to stimulate the production of breast milk. Chaste tree berries also regulate the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus, making it an ideal supplement for horses with cushings disease (PPID).
To improve the mare’s attitude during her heat cycle, give 1-2 teaspoons (1 tsp = 2g) twice daily for 3 weeks on then 1 week off. Dosage may be increased by 1 teaspoon per day during the mare’s heat cycle.
Chaste Berry is not a cure for cushings disease (PPID) . It can, however, reduce shedding, increase circulation, and regulate the pituitary gland and hypothalamus. Give 6-15g (1 tsp = 2g) twice daily for 4 weeks on then 1 week off.
This product may be administered to lactating mares to aid with milk production.
- Do not give to pregnant animals.
- Stop use 14 days before breeding a mare.
- Do not use with pharmaceuticals such as Pergolide or Regumate.
Side effects and cautions
Chaste tree berry has not been associated with serious side effects. However, large doses (more than 4oz daily) may cause gastrointestinal discomfort in some horses. Watch your horse’s mannerisms and add salt to encourage water intake.
Health Canada registration VHP NN.Y30O0
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