Lemon peel contains 5 to 10 times more vitamins than the whole lemon juice itself. The shells contain vitamins A and C, beta-carotene, folate, calcium, magnesium and potassium, among others.
Lemon peels contain lemon oil, citronella and phellandrene, as well as vitamin C, citric acid, malic acid, formic acid, hesperidin and pectin and the like. Lemon peel has strong properties, it is strongly antiseptic and antifungal and cleansing. The oils are highly protective and moisturizing.
Dosage for horses: 0.5 dl / day
can be used externally boiled water and lemon peels are stewed in a quantity of water that covers the peels.and boiling water can be used in rows and other skin problems, udder care, ear care (fungus in the ear easily in animals) and rinse with water in white animals, it cleans white hair quite well with, for example, pee marks. In skin care, lemon water is not rinsed off the skin but is left to protect the skin. Lemon can fade the color of a black horse’s coat.
This feed material has passed the following food and feed standards and as a feed material directly from the farmer, you can safely use the lemon peel without fear of pesticides and preservatives. Iso 22000, Feed Chain Alliance (FCA), BIO (Ecocert), HACCP.
The grain size and appearance of natural products can vary greatly.
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