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Turmeric has become one of the most popular supplement ingredients for horses and humans alike, and is recognised for supporting the body’s natural defences. A convenient, mess-free way to include turmeric in your horse’s diet is TurmerAid. TurmerAid is a complete turmeric supplement, meaning you don’t have to mix it with any other ingredients, and because it’s pelleted it’s easy to give it to your horse – you can mix it into wet or dry bucket feed, or even feed it from your hand.

The spice of life

Turmeric is a plant from the same family as ginger and its rhizomes (subterranean stems) are used to produce the spice of the same name. It has a distinctive yellow colour and is a common ingredient in Indian and Indonesian cuisine, where it’s believed to have special powers. Turmeric is made up of over 200 different compounds including essential minerals and vitamins that work synergistically within turmeric. One of the most studied compounds is curcumin, which is a strong antioxidant and has a metabolic effect on the body’s natural inflammation cycle.

Important ingredients

As well as turmeric, TurmerAid contains…

  • linseed oil to help maintain a healthy, shiny coat
  • freshly cracked black pepper to aid bioavailability
  • Micro-Aid, a yucca extract to aid digestion and micro-flora in the gut
  • apple cider vinegar to increase palatability

Who can benefit?

Palatable and easily digested, TurmerAid is suitable for all horses and ponies to support general health and wellbeing, including those on a low-calorie, low-starch diet. The supplement can also support healthy joints.

Try it yourself

For a free sample pot of TurmerAid visit goldenpastecompany.co.uk and use the code HR-218-FS at checkout.

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