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Digestive and metabolic support
Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) has been used since ancient times to aid natural digestion and flatulence, helping to soothe delicate digestive tracts and firm loose droppings. Cinnamon also promotes insulin activity making it ideal for feeding to help maintain normal blood sugar levels.
This product has 12 months shelf life.
Weight of Horse/Pony
Amount per day
Up to 400kg/880lb
Up to 14hh
400kg/880lb and over
14hh and over
1 level (5ml) scoop of Cinnamon weighs approximately 5.4g/0.2oz
Do not give to pregnant mares due to the uterine stimulating effects of this herb.
Feed supplements should be fed according to body weight; height has been given as a guide. Introduce to the horse's diet gradually, splitting between feeds (when applicable).
Cinnamon is a complementary feeding stuff for equine animals. Feedmark uses nothing in the formulation of this product that contravenes competition rules.
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I've recently introduced this to my horse's diet.He is an unbelievably good doer,Sensitive and ulcer prone.Although, He is now clear and settled in his tum he does regularly appear to be bloated,particularly around the hind gut region,As if he is holding onto gas! With his weight a constant battle i am testing out the belief that Cinnamon can help regulate insulin levels and assist with weight Control. After 2 weeks on only a teaspoon a day i do Believe that it's making a difference! His tummy is a softer and more natural shape. This is definately worth investigating if you have a good doer that has a sensitive tummy.No side effects noted and palatable.
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