• Relieving and purifying herbal mixture
  • Valuable for liver health
  • 100 % natural herbs - gently dried
  • The original marstall recipe - proven for decades
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marstall Leber-Kräuter is a premium mixture of natural herbs made according to the original marstall formula. For years, these herbs have been used to relieve strain from the organisms of sensitive horses. Gently dried and with no additives, this herbal mix is ideal for use during the springtime transition to pasture or the autumn transition to hay.  

marstall Leber-Kräuter – for decades an essential component of marstall Optimal! 

With milk thistle seeds and dandelion root. These help to take strain off the liver and cleanse the organism of toxins.

Milk thistle is one of the most important (and most popular) medicinal plants for treating liver problems. It contains the active ingredient silymarin as well as unsaturated fatty acids and phytosterols. Milk thistle has wonderful protective, cell-regenerating, and antioxidant properties.  

Dandelion may not be welcome on lawns, but this plant is known for its liver-cleansing effects. It stimulates bile production and appetite, thus supporting the liver and the digestive system. 

marstall Leber-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 Leber-Kräuter

Milk thistle seed (41%), nettle herb, dandelion root (14.5%), hawthorn leaves with flowers (13.5%), rosemary leaves, cumin

EADCM conform acc. FEI.

Analytical components and contents (per kg) of marstall Leber-Kräuter

Crude protein

15,40 %

Crude fat

13,20 %

Crude fibre

24,70 %


1,40 %


0,45 %


0,02 %


0,35 %

Feeding advice for marstall Haut-Kräuter

Small horse/pony

approx. 10 - 20 g = approx. 1 – 1,5 MS/day

Warm blooded horse

approx. 20 - 40 g = approx. 1,5 – 2,5 MS/day

1 level measuring spoon (MS) = approx. 15 g

Feeding advice

The Leber-Kräuter (liver 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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