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Use this:

  • when your horse gets sick
  • if moving yards or attending shows
  • during Winter
  • when your horse is exposed to other sick horses

Immune Mix

An immune booster for horses with Echinacea, Ginseng and Vitamin C

A blend of herbs, vitamins and minerals to support your horse’s natural immune system response.

Immune Mix - A natural immune booster for horses with Echinacea purpurea

Immune mix contains:

  • Brewer’s Yeast
    Brewer’s yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) is a yeast and is the source of various vitamins and minerals.
    • Seaweed Meal
      Dried seaweed meal is a source of many vitamins, minerals and amino acids.
    • Garlic
      Garlic has been researched for many possible functions including insect repulsion and the maintenance of a healthy immune response.
    • Echinacea purpurea
      Helps your horse get less sick, less often.
    • Siberian Ginseng
      Known as an adaptogen, is widely used in sports supplements for human athletes.
    • Vitamin C
      Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid) plays a role in the immune system of the horse.
    • Citrus aurantium
      Citrus aurantium is a source of potent healing molecules called Citrus Bioflavonoids.

    Analytical constituents:

    • Crude Protein (25%)
    • Crude Fibre (8.03%)
    • Crude Ash (13%)
    • Crude Oils and Fats (3.2%)
    • Moisture Content (8.78%)

    Directions:

    One scoop (15g) per day.  One 500g bag, if used continuously, will last one horse four weeks.

    Please take care:

    • Not for use in pregnant or lactating mares.
    • Do not use in conjunction with blood thinning medication.
    • Not to be given long term in horses with auto-immune conditions.
    • This is a nutritional product and is not intended as a substitute for veterinary products or advice.
    • Discontinue immediately at any sign of an adverse reaction.

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    15 Comments

    1. Regina Rogotzki
      10th November 2012 at 4:10 am · Reply

      Hi. Can immune mix help a 18 yrs old mare with cushing syndrome?

      • Beryl Shuttleworth
        20th November 2012 at 3:05 pm · Reply

        Regina, I wouldn’t use it for Cushings. Try Rosehips. No personal experience, but some people say it helps.

    2. Marilee Sykes
      20th September 2012 at 9:57 am · Reply

      Hi, I have a head shaker, do you think any of your products will help with that. He is a 20 yr old Thb and is a really good horse except for the head shaking. Which really only becomes a problem in the summer hot months.

      Thank you, Marilee

      • Beryl Shuttleworth
        20th September 2012 at 10:42 am · Reply

        Hi Marilee. There are two possible reasons for head shaking. One is irritation with flies, midges etc. This is most probably your boy’s problem as it is seasonal. All I can suggest there is a fly spray of some sort or perhaps to ride him in a fly fringe. The other reason (less common) is a deficiency of magnesium or thiamine. In this case, I can help you – Calm mix contains both of these. Good luck.

    3. Helen
      25th July 2012 at 4:17 pm · Reply

      The Immune Mix for horses has done wonders for my mare with an itchy skin. For the first time in 3 years, she has a mane & tail so I am absolutely delighted!

    4. Jess
      5th July 2012 at 12:53 pm · Reply

      A friend of mines horse a few months ago.. very suddenly started loosing her tail… she has no tail left now… and shes already used one mix of Immune mix.. and says theres no change,,, they’ve dipped the tail, washed her with anti tick and flee shampoo and dewormed her.. should she keep up with the immune mix? or do you have any other ideas? maybe the digestive mix as well?

      • Beryl Shuttleworth
        6th June 2012 at 11:08 am · Reply

        Hi Jess. There are so many different things that losing tail hair could be. Could be an allergy, in which case the Immune mix could help. Could be Selenium toxicity. Or have you changed his feed recently? Could be a fungal infection – this will need an ant-fungal cream or wash. Or stress. Or sweet itch. Or mange or ringworm. The list goes on! Maybe get a vet to do a skin scraping and send to a lab. Then at least you know what you are dealing with. And good luck! Beryl.

    5. Mel
      10th February 2012 at 9:45 am · Reply

      Will this work to aid in fighting off greasy heel, in conjunction with external treatment of course?

      I’ve had my horse for almost a year now, and when he first arrived, he had a severe case of greasy heel on all four feet, and I’m STILL struggling to get rid of it completely. It’s “nearly” there but it seems like there is just that “special ingredient” missing, and I think it’s a supplement to aid healing from the inside-out…

      • Beryl Shuttleworth
        10th February 2012 at 10:51 am · Reply

        Hi Mel. Greasy Heel is a horrible thing to try to get rid of. But yes, Immune mix might help. But do carry on with the external treatment as well. Good luck!

    6. Bianca
      11th September 2010 at 6:05 pm · Reply

      Hi Beryl

      I have my tb mare on the ultimate mix and I am very happy. She is full of energy and in a great condition. Can I possibly use the immune mix in conjunction with the ultimate mix?

      • Beryl Shuttleworth
        12th September 2010 at 11:11 am · Reply

        Yes, Bianca, no problem. You could use all 8 products together if you wanted…

    7. Rebecca
      23rd December 2009 at 2:20 pm · Reply

      This product seems to have done the trick for my horse. He had scabs at the base of the mane, flaky skin at the side of his face and hardly any hair at the top of his tail when I got him. The scabs and flaky skin have all healed and there has been no reoccurence. His mane and tail are now also growing back nicely, and his coat is in a lovely condition.

    8. Sarah
      4th November 2009 at 5:02 pm · Reply

      My 28 year old horse has been on immune mix for about a year now, and the difference it has made is very noticeable. I originally put him on it for sweet itch at the end of last winter, and although he didn’t completely stop scratching, he does it much less, and I suspect it has now become a pleasurable habit! . At the end of last winter, he had lost weight, and his coat was scruffy and dull. This winter, he has maintained his weight very well, and is now losing his winter coat to a glossy summer coat underneath it. Thanks for a product that actually works.

    9. Cathy
      15th October 2009 at 10:33 am · Reply

      He is looking superb, he has calmed down alot and his character is starting to take on a whole new shape of its own, he is now very responsive and very vocal at dinner time, he knows now that the minute the back door opens at 5pm it time for him to start his little sing along with my anglo arab African Sky for their dinner, it is too sweet for words, his coat is looking fabulous, his feet are improving in leaps and bounds and his gut health has really made a massive turnaround since he has been on your products. My local vet cannot understand how he has made such an increadible recovery soo quickly and when I told him he was aghast. Now all we need to concentrate on is getting him to trust us enough to get back into the horsebox after his last horrific ordeal. SO hold fingers for us…

    10. Kimberley
      3rd September 2009 at 5:56 pm · Reply

      I am really pleased with the Immune Mix I bought a little while ago. I have only been using it for 4 weeks but have noticed a great difference in his coat. His mane and tail are growing back alot faster.

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