Ginger is used by many horse owners, trainers, and vets because it tends to prevents pro-inflammatory cytokine activity, making it useful for inflammatory conditions. Also, recent results of a double-blind clinical trial indicated that ginger root was as effective as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Ginger is hepato-protective (liver protecting), providing a nice option for long-term pain control.
- Boost the Horse Immune System
- Helps in nutrient absorption
- Helps reduce stress levels
- Natural Anti-Inflammatory
- Relieve digestive issues
- Promotes detoxification
Additionally, Ginger is easy to the equine digestive tract, relieves many digestive issues, and promotes detoxification. Some studies show Ginger ability to boost the immune system and helps in the process of absorbing nutrients.
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