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St.Hippolyt Linustar

St.Hippolyt Linustar

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St. Hippolyt Linustar for a silky coat and a well balanced digestion. When the sun puts a spell on mane and tail and the horses back reflects the shimmering light, we are delighted about this shiny presentation, about the horses health and vitality. Yeast and linseed promote the intestinal health and contribute to a dazzling appearance.

The golden yellow linseed is gently cracked open in a pate then process and has proven to maintain the horses silky coat as well as to support the proper functioning of the intestinal tract of emaciated horses or horses that tend to colic. LinuStar also serves to protect the gastric mucosa even with existing gastric ulcers.

  • Rich in high-quality mucilage
  • Rich in omega-3 fatty acids
  • No cracking or cooking necessary
  • Naturally low in hydrocyanic acid

The golden yellow linseed in low in hydrocyanic acid an d does not require any heating. This protects all the ben eficial ingredients such as omega 3-fatty acids, vitamin E and the valuabl e mucilage.

Patented decomposition process
Cracking is a smooth decomposition process causing hairline r uptures to the shell of the seed. It is still protected against oxidation and deterioration. However, if it comes in cont act with liquids like water or the digestive secretions, the shell macerates and the mucilage and all other nutrients are available for the organism.

Feeding Recommendation
Add approx. 10 to 20 g per 100 kg body weight and day to concentrated feed or IrishM ash. If necessary, the double quantity can be tempo rarily fed.

Application for the stomach:
Soak LinuStar in hot water (approx. 80°C) for appro x. 25 min. The formation of mucus becomes immediate ly apparent. Only feed in combination with concentrated feed or IrishMash. The mucilage forms a protective film to cover the gastric mucosa.

Application for the colon:
Add dry LinuStar to the concentrated feed. The linseed gradually macerates during digestion and releas es the mucilage into the colon.

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