CALM & COLLECTED GOLD is formulated to maintain and support:
- a calm and balanced nervous system
- young horses whilst being schooled
- anxious horses on restricted turnout or receiving little exercise
- horses settling into a new environment
Calm & Collected Gold is a liquid supplement containing herbs such as chamomile and valerian to help maintain a healthy nervous system in horses of all ages. After initial use, you could go onto its dry equivalent, Calm & Collected (we do not suggest you give both together). If you find your horse becomming tense or nervous, try to pinpoint any areas which may have caused this including lack of turnout or too much heating feed.
If your horse is on pro-longed box rest due to an injury, our Rest & Recover Gold might be more appropriate to use. For mares affected more by their seasons, consider our Easy Mare range instead.
Ingredients:1:3 Tinctures of
- Valerian root
- Chamomile herb
- Vervain herb
- Marshmallow root
- Hawthorn herb
- Meadowsweet herb
- Added to the feed on a daily basis, where possible splitting the required amount between two feeds.
- Can be syringed directly into the mouth eg if no feed given during summer.
- Full instructions will be found on the packaging.
- Please allow up to a month for full benefits to be seen.
- In time, you may find the amount fed can be lowered.
- Animals are individuals, often a lower maintenance amount will be sufficient for long-term use.
- Can be useful for short term situations such as moving yards.
How to use our Liquid Herbal Supplements
If you have any concerns about your animal's health please contact your vet immediately. If you have any queries about using this product, or if your animal is pregnant, please contact our Helpline 0800 294 1250 (Freephone) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- One of the herbs used in this product is Valerian (Valeriana officinalis). Valerian is adored by both cats and mice. In the old days, when there was an apothecary or herbalist on every street, the herbs were often stored in wooden drawers in a large sideboard. It was said that you could always tell the valerian drawer because it would be rubbed shiny by the apothecary cat rubbing up against it and polishing the wood with its body. It is also suggested that the Pied Piper of Hamelin used valerian to entice the mice and rats to follow him out of the town.