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Description:

 

Black Balance has been developed for the intestinal welfare of animals to balance the intestinal microbiome as close as possible to its natural state. Black Balance combines the ancient traditions of natural medicine with modern biotechnology. The polyphenol-humic compound, derived from Chaga Birch and wood, restores balance and well-being to the microbiome.

 

Black Balance for Horses is a very powerful prebiotic that promotes the vitality of beneficial microbes and improves intestinal well-being.

 

The 3 most important properties of the product are:

 

  • Improves the work of the stomach and the intestinal microbiome.

  • Improves the absorption of nutrients from the gastrointestinal tract.

  • Eliminates heavy metals and free radicals from the body.

 

Scientific Validation

 

The product is being tested for the prophylaxis and treatment of equine gastric ulcer syndrome by veterinarians at the Equine Clinic of the Latvian University of Life Sciences and Technologies.

 

Scientifically approved results:

 

  • The results show significant improvement and even complete healing of glandular and scaly stomach ulcers after a trial period of 3 months.

  • The use of the product has also shown prophylactic properties as no new lesions were observed in horses subjected to travel and competition stress during the trial period.

  • Additionally, horses were reported to become less stressful and resilient during daily work and competition.

 

Blood tests performed before and after use of the product showed no adverse effects and no clinical adverse effects have been observed to date.

 

 

 

BLACK BALANCE FOR HORSE & PONY 90 servings

€60.00 Regular Price
€48.00Sale Price
VAT Included
  •  Birch and chaga extract with humic substance (25% humic acid and 75% fulvic acid), rye bran, rye flour, oat flakes, water, linseed oil.

  • For horses – 3 biscuits per day during meals (1 biscuit per meal).

    For ponies -  2 biscuits per day during meals (1 biscuit per meal).

     

    A 90-day course should be taken 2-3 times a year.

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