EQ75 Pregnant Lady | Horse Prenatal & Healthy Equine Pregnancy Care
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EQ75 Pregnant Lady | Horse Prenatal & Healthy Equine Pregnancy Care

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Product ID:EQ75

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Pregnant Lady for Horse Prenatal & Reproductive Health 

Does your pregnant mare or mare that is ready to be bred need natural herbal reproductive system support?

Pregnant Lady is a blend of largely organic herbs for horses traditionally known to support the female reproductive system. This nontoxic blend provides plant-based nutrients that are good for all stages of pregnancy. Raspberry Leaf has been used in folk medicine for hundreds of years as a uterine tonic. It has the ability to relax tight uterine muscles and tighten relaxed uterine muscles and to stimulate the muscles that support the uterus. 

When taken a part of  a good natural diet, Pregnant Lady will enhance the well being of the mare and give the foal a good start in life. It can be beneficial for:
  • Strengthening the equine uterine wall and muscles
  • Building blood, helping to increase blood volume naturally
  • Assisting labor for easier foal delivery and less painful after pains
  • Tones and regulates the body’s system before and after delivery
  • Preventing some birth complications, by providing plant based minerals for good sinew, muscle and resilient health
It is important for mares to remain healthy throughout pregnancy. We suggest using Pregnant Lady in combination with:
  • Garlic n Roses with Seaweed  to provide essential plant based sulpher and minerals that support the immune and circulatory systems for overall wellness.
For the first two months after foaling we suggest adding: 
  • Milk Thistle Seed to encourage sufficient milk production for the foal and encourage a healthy start in life.
Ingredients: Raspberry Leaf, Wild Crafted Artemesia Frigida, Parsley Leaf, Calendula, Rose Hips, Nettle, Chamomile, Bladderwrack

Suggested Use: 1 handful twice a day, 6 days a week  2 months before and during pregnancy.

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