ESS Seda Herbal

€89,99 €89,99 / 3kg
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✓ supports stress and nervousness
✓ with valerian, hops & lemon balm
✓ Can be used for long-term restlessness
✓ ideal for restless & hectic horses
✓ can increase general well-being

Available from summer 2023
Herbal-based sedation: ESS Seda Herbal

Stress, restlessness and nervousness: Almost every horse owner will have been confronted with these reactions from their horse. As a rule, the triggers are clearly recognizable: transport, changing stables, new training situations and an unknown environment can put a lot of strain on the horse's nervous system and lead to significant physical stress reactions.

What is less known is that there are also apparently calm horses can suffer from severe stress , the trigger of which is often hidden from people.
These include, for example, dominance problems in an unsuitable group composition, a poor sense of security or a fundamental restlessness caused by a form of husbandry that does not meet the horse's individual needs.
Compared to short-term triggers, there is usually no explosive physical reaction to this long-term stress. The horses generally become more skittish, less relaxed when handled, develop stress-related illnesses and their performance drops because they cannot rest and recover.

Product Information

Know what's inside: We use highly concentrated active ingredients to keep the daily feeding amount as low as possible. This means you can get by with your product for a long time.

Application & dosage

Large horses: 100g per day
(contains up to 30 servings/bucket)

Riding ponies: 60g per day
(contains up to 50 servings/bucket)

Supplementary feed does not represent a replacement for a needs-based, varied feeding and performance-oriented training of the horse.
The specified recommended (daily) dose should not be exceeded without consulting a treating veterinarian.

Ingredients & Composition

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Tournament sports & doping

This product is not Doping-free and must therefore be stopped before taking part in the competition.
Waiting period: 48 hours