Moody Mare

    • It's Spring: the sun is shining, the grass is growing and your mare has turned into a fire-breathing dragon. Moody Mare can help soothe the behaviour exhibited during the peaks and troughs of the oestrus cycle:
      • tail swishing, squealing
      • aggression, kicking, biting
      • poor performance, easily distracted, unwilling to work
      • sensitive to pain, sensitive to being touched / tacked up
      • excessive flirting
      • repeated urination
      The ovarian hormones can have a significant impact on a mare’s mood, level of arousal, sensitivity to pain and cognition. The herbal ingredients in Moody Mare help to balance hormonal levels during her cycle.
    • 100% dried herbal ingredients:
      Chastetree Berry (Vitex agnus-castus) has the effect of stimulating and normalizing pituitary gland functions, especially its progesterone function.The greatest use of Chasteberry lies in normalizing the activity of female sex hormones and it is thus ideal for premenstrual stress.
      Dong Quai a traditional Chinese herb which helps balance oestrogen levels, is high in vitamins and minerals, works as an antispasmodic and helps calm the nervous system.
      Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) is probably the most widely used relaxing nervine herb in the western world. It relaxes and tones the nervous system; as an anti-spasmodic herb it helps relieve stomach cramps, it works on the peripheral nerves and muscles, and so it indirectly relaxes the whole body. (Moody Mare is available with no Chamomile, replaced with whey protein concentrate).
    • For horses give 2 level scoops (30g) in the morning mixed with feed. For ponies give 1 level scoop (15g) in the morning mixed with feed. Do NOT give to pregnant or lactating mares or those recently served by a stallion.
    • "I am so impressed with only being on it for 1 week on moody mare and my mare came into season. With out any obvious signs and with no pain for her . So happy for my girl", Rachel De Silva