- Nourishing and balancing herbal mixture
- Supports the regeneration of the skin
- 100 % natural herbs - gently dried
- The original marstall recipe - proven for decadest
marstall Haut-Kräuter is a premium mixture of natural herbs made according to the original marstall formula. This special blend of herbs was developed for horses with sensitive skin. Gently dried with no additives, this natural mix supports skin regeneration gently and effectively.
marstall Haut-Kräuter – for decades an essential component of marstall ExZem-Müsli!
marstall Haut-Kräuter contains herbs like nettle, camomile, and pansy that have nourishing and balancing properties, making it ideal for horses that are prone to summer skin irritations.
Although normally a wide berth is given to plants that cause itching, adding nettles to feed has exactly the opposite effect. Namely, they can help to improve skin complexion, relieve pain, and inhibit inflammation. Nettle contains important fatty acids, silicic acid, phytosterols, and tannins.
Another valuable ingredient is camomile, with its essential oils. Camomile has antibacterial properties, stimulates skin metabolism, and promotes healing.
Pansy, effective as an external remedy for mild skin diseases, can also be taken internally to inhibit inflammations.
marstall Haut-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 Haut-Kräuter
Horsetail herb, nettle herb (16%), chamomile herb (9%), dandelion root, lemon balm herb, pansy herb (5%), burdock root, couch grass root, sage leaves, ribwort leaves, walnut leaves
EADCM conform acc. FEI.
Abalytical components and contents (per kg) of marstall Haut-Kräuter
Feeding advice for marstall Haut-Kräuter
approx. 10 - 20 g = approx. 2 - 4 MS/day
Warm blooded horse
approx. 20 - 40 g = approx. 4 - 8 MS/day
1 level measuring spoon (MS) = approx. 5 g
The Haut-Kräuter (skin 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.