• Soothing and refreshing herbal blend
  • Supports a healthy respiratory tract
  • 100 % natural herbs - gently dried
  • The original marstall recipe - proven for decades
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marstall Atem-Kräuter is a premium mixture of natural herbs made according to the original marstall formula. It supports natural respiratory function and is ideal for use during conditions involving dust, extreme weather, or poor forage quality. 

marstall Atem-Kräuter – for decades an essential component of marstall Sinfonie! 

With a soothing and refreshing mix of gently dried herbage, including eucalyptus leaves, thyme, and ribwort. 

Eucalyptus is known to be anti-inflammatory and mucolytic as it contains eucalyptol, important flavonoids, and tannins. Thyme is also effective in soothing irritated airways. This is because its phenols, tannins, and flavonoids are known to have mucolytic properties. It's also effective in inhibiting germs and bacteria. 

marstall Atem-Kräuter also contains ribwort which is particularly effective for soothing irritated mouths, throats, and air passages and has antibacterial properties as well. 

marstall Atem-Kräuter is ideal for mixing in with your horse's concentrates or mash. Infusion with warm water will bring out the essential oils to their fullest.


Diet feed supplement for horses

Composition of marstall Atem-Kräuter

Eucalyptus leaves (12 %), nettle herb, fennel, coriander, marshmallow, thyme (7 %), chamomile, anise, birch leaves, ribwort leaves (5 %), spruce needles, caraway, sage, juniper berries, fenugreek seeds, garlic

EADCM conform acc. FEI.

Nutritional analysis and energy per kg of marstall Atem-Kräuter

Crude protein

12,40 %

Crude fat

4,80 %

Crude fibre

26,30 %


1,20 %


0,30 %


0,10 %


0,25 %

Feeding advice for marstall Atem-Kräuter

Small horse/ pony

approx. 10 - 20 g = approx. 1 - 2 MS/ day

Warm blooded horse

approx. 20 - bis 40 g = approx. 2 - 4 MS/ day

1 level measuring spoon (MS) = approx. 10 g

Fedding advice

The Atem-Kräuter (breath herbs) can be mixed dry with the concentrate.

Alternatively, the herbs can be infused with a little hot water, which dissolves the essential oils from the herbs. After cooling down to feeding temperature, add to the feed as a decoction.

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