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Global Herbs BoxRest for Horses

  • 1kg Tub £19.31
  • 5kg Tub £84.94

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Global Herbs BoxRest is designed to help you when you need to keep your horse chilled out when confined in a loose box. . Being confined without the chance of being in the open or mixing with other horses can be very stressful for any horse. In fact such a situation can slow the process of full recovery and necessitate an even longer period of isolation.


BoxRest formula also supports the general nutrition of the whole body and ensures a quick return to the freedom your horse needs.

  • An easier life in bed
  • He'll get better quicker properly rested.


  • Amla berry
  • Commen Basil
  • Winter cherry
  • Mango
  • Zinc proteinate
  • Copper proteinate
  • Manganese proteinate

How To Use

Feed 4 scoops throughout the day for an average horse. The amount required may be reduced as less help is needed. Box rest will start to work within 3-5 days and provides all the minerals and vitamin supplementation (including magnesium) that your horse needs while on box rest.

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Vitamin E

22nd Jul 2015

Does Boxrest contain vitamin E and Selenium?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

These are not specifically added. This is a natural herb-based product and there will probably be traces of both vitamin E and Selenium present, but perhaps not in significant amounts.