Marshmallow root is a wonderful plant which has a host of powerful properties. Marshmallow (Althea officinalis) is a green, stalky perennial plant with large white flowers pollinated by bees. Marshmallow is a hardy plant which grows wild in fields an...Read full article
Chances are you’ve heard of Chia Seeds in some context. Over the last several years they’ve become widely used in human diets for their many benefits and proclaimed status as a superfood. You might have had them in a smoothie or sprinkled on a salad ...Read full article
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Our best selling equine product has been taken up widely by dog owners wanting the great benefits of turmeric, aloe vera, coconut oil and linseed oil for their pooches.
We're so pleased to be able to share that we have r...Read full article
It’s that time of the year again…the sun is shining, horse shows are in full swing and the requests for sponsorship from riders are abundant.
Here at EquiNutritive we get dozens of sponsorship requests every single week and we’re definitely not the on...Read full article
Hawthorn (Crateagus monogyna) is a plant that offers many benefits for horses with each of its components being beneficial – leaves, berries and flowers.
Hawthorn has been used in a number of cultures for thousands of years to cure and heal all manne...Read full article
We often get questions about the relevance of the seasons to horses so here is a brief run down on why seasonal supplements are a great idea and how they can benefit your horse.
Horses – their bodies and their temperaments are very mu...Read full article
Burdock Root (Arctium lappa) is a wonderfully fragrant herb with a wide range of health benefits. Burdock is a plant found in both Europe and Asia. It is easy to identify growing along fences and roads due to its prickly, harsh appearance (seen in th...Read full article
Gastric ulcers are incredibly common amongst horses today, due largely to the way in which they are managed and kept. Between 60 and 90% of horses will suffer gastric ulcers at some point – the numbers vary so greatly because the prevalence of ulcers...Read full article
Echinacea is a group of flowers in the daisy family and the flowers, when in bloom, look similar to daisies – only pink, as you can see above. The plants grow in North America, and have historically been used by many tribal communities for medicinal ...Read full article
Though generally considered a weed, Nettle (Urtica dioica) cannot be overlooked as one of the most wonderful and effective herbs for equine health. The benefits of nettle are varied and diverse, making it a sound herbal choice for almost any horse.
Ne...Read full article