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PureFlax For Horses

PureFlax Flax Seed Oil for horses helps horses and ponies maintain strong hooves glossy coats and better all-round condition.
It is a great source of Natural Omega 3 and an important aid to digestion and also it is believed to help performance horse’s development.
  • Helps hard-working horses who need mobility and joint support
  • Supports healthy tissues, the immune system and improves the efficiency with which horses turn their food into energy
  • Performance and sporting horses benefit from help with muscle recovery and increased speed and stamina
  • Horses can become less moody or excitable and easier to train
  • Ideal for horses and ponies who need to maintain their general condition and health
  • Aids broodmares with regular fertility cycles and health of the foal prone to infections
  • Research indicates breeding stallions supplemented with Omega-3 showed increased sperm concentration
  • Nourish the coat, bones and hooves of horses of any age and helps maintain a healthy heart
Flax Oil has been shown to reduce the build-up of lactic acid in muscles, which is a common cause of fatigue in performance horses, and supports the production of the enzymes and hormones. It has also been shown to maintain equine endotoxemia which helps horses that are prone to laminitis. Research has indicated that supplementing a horse daily with Linseed Oil will, over time, have a beneficial effect on horses with stiff joints. Why Use PureFlax Over Other Oils? Other vegetable oils available may be cheaper, but many are heat-treated or have chemicals added (either in the growing or in production) therefore they will not deliver the same benefits as PureFlax As a vegetable based oil, cold pressed PureFlax Flax Seed Oil is a slow-release energy source which is – unlike some other oils – easy for horses to digest and is a good source of Omega-6 Flax Seed Oil and one of the few vegetable sources that contains Omega-3 Some blended oils are subjected to a heat extraction process with destroys most of the goodness leaving you feeding extra calories – but few other benefits – to your horse