NRG Garlic Apple Cider Vinegar
NRG Apple Cider Vinegar is unfiltered and unpasteurised to retain the full nutritional value..
Apple Cider Vinegar is a natural antibiotic and a good source of Potassium. NRG’s unpasteurised and unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar not only balances the acid / alkaline ratio in the body, but also assists with cleansing of the digestive tract, helps to oxygenate the blood, improves the appetite and can even be used as an anti-fungal wash and insect repellent additive for shampoos.
Apple Cider Vinegar with Garlic combines two powerful ingredients combine to create a natural product with a host of health benefits for your horse. The NRG Team took time to successfully mix a Garlic dose of 10% to the Apple Cider Vinegar product following the advice of nutritional experts. When used at the correct daily dose, Garlic is perfectly safe with no known side effects.
Garlic is one of the most widely utilised herbs in the world. It has been embraced for centuries for its beneficial properties and its application for animals can even be traced back to Egyptian, Roman and Chinese cultures.
Known widely for its benefits for preventing arthritis and improving joint flexibility, NRG Apple Cider Vinegar is a naturally fermented, unfiltered and most importantly, unpasteurised product with a broad range of health benefits for horses. This quality standard in production delivers an acidity rating of 4.5% – 5% – above the 4% international standard.
Apple Cider Vinegar may also keep flies and other biting insects from horse's coat.
Nutritional Info: (mg/L) Key Benefits:
- Potassium 110 May play a role in nerve and muscle function
- Sodium 50 Considered an important mineral in horses diets
- Phosphorus 26 Has a role in general metabolism and nerve function
- Calcium 5 Has a role in normal growth and maintenance of bones, teeth and muscle function
- Nitrogen 13 Believed to assist in balancing the acid/alkaline pH levels
- Magnesium 12 May have a role in nerve and muscle function
Acidity to 5%
Suggested feeding rates: Adult horses 50mL to 100mL per day. Can be mixed into the feed or clean drinking water. Horses in heavy work and sweating freely can be fed up to 100mL per day.
Note: We recommend not feeding Garlic ACV to Pregnant broodmares as Garlic can taint their milk. Do not feed Garlic all-year round and give animals a spell with feeding programs. Part research has indicated that overfeeding of Garlic (1kg per day) in high potency doses can result in blood thinning and anaemia.
Colour will vary depending on the apples used.