Use this if:

  • you have a moody mare when she is in heat
  • your mare shows signs of discomfort during her season

Mare Mix

A natural horse supplement with Boswellia, Tryptophan and Chasteberry

A blend of herbs, vitamins and omega oil formulated to nutritionally help with your moody mare.

Natural horse supplements - Mare Mix - Boswellia Serrata

Mare Mix contains:

  • Vitamin D3
    Vitamin D3 controls the Calcium balance in the blood.
  • Ginkgo Biloba
    Ginkgo Biloba has been researched for its anti-anxiety effect.
  • L-Tryptophan
    L-Tryptophan is an amino acid, which, if lacking in the diet, can cause anxiety.
  • Calcium
    Calcium is a mineral which, if deficient, can cause problems such as weak bones and menstrual problems.
  • Soya bean meal
    Soya is a high protein, high fat feedstuff.
  • Magnesium
    Horses deficient in Magnesium can show signs of nervousness, excitability and muscle tremors.
  • Brewer’s Yeast
    Brewer’s yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) is a yeast and is the source of various vitamins and minerals.
  • Dandelion
    Dandelion can help with bloating.
  • Boswellia serrata extract
    Boswellia Serrata helps with maintaining healthy joints and has soothing properties.
  • Agnus castus extract
    Agnus castus, also known as Chasteberry, has been found to help with PMS problems in humans.
  • Chia seed
    Chia seed provides a near ideal ration of Omega-3 and and Omega-6 Fatty Acids, as well as many other vitamins and minerals. These  fatty acids have been found to be helpful for mares.
  • Vitamin B6
    Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) is a coenzyme in the conversion of 5-HTP to Serotonin. Serotonin is believed to act as a mood stabiliser.

Analytical constituents:

  • Crude Protein (15%)
  • Crude Fibre (3%)
  • Crude Ash (1.57%)
  • Crude Oils and Fats (7%)
  • Moisture Content (2.5%)
  • Calcium (100000mg/kg)
  • DL-Tryptophan (133000 mg/kg)
  • Magnesium (66 667 mg/kg)


5 grams (1 heaped tsp) three times a day. Use when needed.
Recommended: Use for one week preceding her season and for the duration of the season.  One 250g bag will last one horse two weeks.

Please take care:

  • This is a nutritional product and is not intended as a substitute product for veterinary products or advice
  • Discontinue immediately at any sign of an adverse reaction
  • Not for use in pregnant or lactating mares.
  • Not for use in conjunction with blood-thinning or anti-depressant medication.
  • Not for use in epileptic or haemophiliac horses.
  • Not to be used before or after surgery or delivery.

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  1. Makenzie
    15th September 2015 at 1:35 pm · Reply

    On mare mix there are only minor indications of heat. Small signs plus my calendar confirm she’s in heat. She shows and flirts with the boys and they flirt back (when normally they could care less about her). Lots of tail lifting and bums at the fence. However to ride she only shows some minor signs of irritation but she’ll bend and use her back and be relaxed.

    Off mare mix (this cycle) she’s totally preoccupied in rides with the rest of the horses, nickering while I’m riding to other horses in the ring, and she braces her back and I have to work my tail off to get her to relax into the contact and use her back and bend. I try to keep the rides light during these times but since the mare mix I could ride as usual.

    🙂 Happy!

  2. Brenda
    18th October 2012 at 1:55 pm · Reply

    The Mare Mix I have used for a mare stabled with me, has worked well. Thank you.

  3. Helen
    5th September 2012 at 2:30 pm · Reply

    The Mare Mix on trial has also yielded wonderful results. My mare has suffered terribly with her oestrus cycle which often resulted in having to call the vet out, or medicating her with something to manage the pain. She has been on the mare mix approximately a month and although it is still early days, her mood has vastly improved (the other horses have not been maimed or mutilated when walking past her as she grazes – I take this is a plus!). My riding instructor who schools her has also said she is much calmer and easier to work with. I have noticed that she is more calm and relaxed and does not spook as easily. This is definitely a product I will keep her on (for my sanity and the safety of all the other horses!).

  4. Lara
    25th August 2012 at 9:21 am · Reply

    At the end of September 2011 we acquired Goldi, an incredibly strong-willed but gorgeous dun mare.

    From her previous history it would appear as if Goldi was passed around a little, but never settling with the right person. My 10 year old daughter, Shea-Lee, and Goldi just clicked – both stubborn, strong willed and fiesty at times!

    When in season Goldi can be a bit difficult – She likes to snatch and tank-off, can be a bit girthy and bucks. When offered the opportunity to test run The Herbal Horse Mare Mix then we jumped at the opportunity!

    Within a week of being on the Mare Mix the change was evident – Goldi became more focused and willing to work – So much so that they took both Grand Champion Novice Showing titles at the last graded showing!
    Unfortunately we recently ran out of the sample product and swore never again!!

  5. Yvonne
    25th July 2012 at 4:29 pm · Reply

    I must tell you that there was a remarkable difference in our mare when she was on your mare mix. Our girl is quite the tart at the yard (she is extremely pretty though) and seemed to be in season 22 days a month. Although she has the sweetest nature, she is very moody a lot of the time often just wanting to get back to her friends. We started her on your mix and almost immediately she changed. She was a load calmer and did not just want to get back to the herd. It was a pleasure. A changed horse. When she went off the mix she has now appeared to have the same old ways again. Cant wait to see the difference again and i will let you know. Think i am going to put her on every second day.

  6. Annie
    20th July 2012 at 11:03 am · Reply

    There is a marked improvement in my mare – the Mare mix arrived just before her bad stages at the end of summer – I haven’t had her tying up and feeling stiff and sore from cramps. She is and always will be moody but I have noticed a marked improvement in her demeanor when I know she is in season. She had one moment at NRA where she was flirting with all the boys but I cant say I blame her but she was easy and manageable and was able to do her job still and wasn’t her usual hormonal self.

    Past weekend at CVRC she did one of her best tests and was cool calm and collected – I am OVER THE MOON.

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