Apple Cider Vinegar with Garlic
Garlic is one of those natural herbs that has been fed to animals for years by ‘old timers’ and fed overseas for generations, even way back in Egyptian, Roman and Chinese cultures.
Now it has reached mainstream and is more widely available than ever.
NRG took some time to successfully mix 10% Garlic into NRG Apple Cider Vinegar, to benefit animals.
Comment: On advice of nutritionists, we add 10%.
As one of the most widely used herbs in the world, it is used for its strong antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and anti-biotic properties. It is seen as stimulant for the immune system and assists with problems in the horses repertory system.
It is a rich source of potassium, and a host of other minerals including sulphur, which is essential for healthy skin and hair… Reports also highlight its value of making animals blood less palatable to biting insects like mosquitoes.
Garlic may assist with reducing worm counts, as owners have found feeding garlic useful, used with normal worming
It is a source of MSM, commonly used to ease joint problems.
When fed at the recommended doses, Garlic is perfectly safe with no known side effects, only obvious benefits. However, we would recommend not feeding Garlic all year around, and giving animals a spell with feeding programs.
We say this in the light of part research into overfeeding garlic (1kg per day) that reported blood thinning and horses
health suffering with anaemia. Such high doses fed at high potency are bound to have detrimental affects.