Licorice has an anti-inflammatory action similar to pharmaceutical steroids and is useful for treating allergic respiratory problems.  It is also useful when treating systemic skin problems, especially those of unknown origin that start with an itch and lead to constant rubbing and raw skin.

If you suspect your horse has stomach ulcers, fed with a small handful of feed prior to the main meal, which will prepare your horse’s inflamed stomach for what is about to be eaten.

Other actions are: soothing and protecting membranes, encouraging the passage of mucous up the bronchials, tonic, anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic,  mild laxative, spasmolytic ,relieving coughing, antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal.

Not to be fed over long periods or to pregnant mares.

Feed a few hours apart from other supplements.


Linseed Meal is one of the best feeds containing high concentrations of the beneficial fatty acids, Linolenic Acid, Omega 3 & Omega 6.  It’s great for the health of the digestive tract, ligaments and tendons, the immune system and prevention and treatment of arthritis.  In areas where soils are sandy, it is useful to help remove sand from the gut and prevent it from accumulating.

LINSEED OIL (Flaxseed)

Linseed Oil (Flaxseed) contains Omega 3 & 6, Linoleic Acid and high concentrations of beneficial fatty acids.  It is used in the prevention and treatment of arthritis and is good for the health of the immune system, digestive tract, ligaments and tendons.  Flaxseed may also be helpful in removing sand from the gut and preventing it from accumulating.