Amequ ELIXIR - liquid supplements At Dangro Nordic, we have long looked forward to introducing this innovative range of supplements to our customers. As an addition to our range of horse feed and supplements - under the name Amequ by Dangro - we now also offer a wide range of liquid supplements - the Amequ Elixir range. With Elixir products you will find something for every horse. Many of the products in the Amequ Elixir range are based on herbal extracts. Here we use highly concentrated herbal extracts for maximum effect. For example, you can make a 10 litre extract from a kilo of herbs, but you can also make a more concentrated 1 litre extract from the same amount of herbs. You can't always check the label of a product to see how concentrated it really is. With Amequ Elixir you are guaranteed to get the highest concentration possible - the maximum effect. All our herbal extracts are tested for doping according to the FEI. Therefore, we only use ingredients that have been approved in doping tests and can therefore guarantee that all products in the Elixir range are 100% doping free - cf. FEI. As far as herbs are concerned, great diversity is not always better. It's all about the right amount in the right combination. This is why you will only find a few selected herbs in each Elixir product. In this range you will find products that have been developed by equine nutrition experts in close collaboration with a bioanalyst, herbalists, osteopath and orthomolecular specialist. We only use herbs approved for human consumption in the Elixir range to achieve the highest quality and purity. The products have been extensively tested on competition horses and horses in training or in recovery. Elixir Kisel Milk - For bones, tendons, ligaments, connective tissue, hoof and coat. Hydrolysed silicon improves the absorption of nutrient-rich minerals. Elixir Respiratorory - Calms the horse's respiratory system and provides maximum ventilation to the lungs. Rich in antioxidants and based on eucalyptus, red sunflower, white willow and schisandra. Elixir Vitamin E A highly concentrated supplement containing both natural and organic vitamin E. Added grape seed extract, which has 20 times the antioxidant effect of vitamin E. Elixir Nettle - Nettle extract Liquid nettle extract. Rich in nutrients. Supports blood circulation, skin, urinary tract, muscles and metabolism. Elixir C-Bidol Based on THC-free hemp oil with 10% added cannabinoids from cloves. Supports the endocannabinoid system (ECS) Elixir Minerals Natural supplement for horses. Based on Bering Sea water containing over 85 different micro minerals. Combined with fulvic acid to ensure high absorption and utilisation by the cells of the body Elixir Elektolyte Replaces the loss of salt minerals in the horse. Used for all horses at work and during transport. Added vitamin B2 for high absorption. Elixir Joints Valuable daily supplement for the horse at work for optimal agility, well-being and muscle recovery. Also supports the horse's urinary tract and kidneys. Rich in antioxidants and silicon. Elixir Calm Calming supplements to increase concentration and focus. Will not dull the horse and can be used during competition. Can be used daily or before stressful situations. Elixir Omega Sustainably produced salmon oil rich in omega-3, -6 and -9 fatty acids. Adds omega-3 fatty acids in a biologically active form. Elixir Digestion Supports the horse's digestion and internal organs. Suitable for stressful situations, feed and seasonal changes. Elixir Detox Supports kidney, liver and bile production. High concentration of antioxidants, which are responsible for the horse's resistance and support the immune system. Elixir Meadow Minerals A natural supplement of minerals for grazing. Based on Berring Sea Water, which contains over 85 different micro-minerals. Combined with fulvic acid to ensure high absorption and utilisation by plants and crops. One of the questions we often get from our feeding consultants is whether you can be sure your horse is getting all the minerals it needs from your feeding plan. A really good question and one that is very easy to answer. You can never be COMPLETELY sure. There are many factors that affect a horse's mineral intake and distribution. Grass and/or roughage form the basis of a horse's mineral distribution. In addition, we supplement with supplemental feeds according to the content of the roughage/pasture so that the horse is theoretically fully fed. So supplementary feed does not cover all the horse's needs - much of it comes from roughage. Grass and roughage are therefore an uncertain factor here, especially if there is no analysis. But why not just cover all the horse's needs with supplementary feed to make sure? This would not be a good solution - because the horse would be overdosed with minerals. Therefore, we need to consider the mineral content of roughage, which is also the horse's main and largest source of nutrition. The nutrient content of grass and roughage is just as important as supplementary feeds! Some horses may run out of minerals. There can be several reasons for this. Although a horse can be given the minerals it needs, there may be occasions when it is still unable to absorb them. Typically if the horse's digestive system is not working optimally, is stressed or has poor chewing function. If you suspect your horse is not absorbing enough minerals - Amequ Elixir Minerals can be used for this purpose. Here you can get a liquid supplement with natural minerals that are very easily absorbed thanks to the unique formula. The product consists of Bering Sea water with fulvic acid. Kiesel - Silicon There can be many different reasons why a horse runs out of minerals. Nowadays, extended roughage analyses have shown that the content of various minerals in grass is generally declining. This is due to field depletion, lack of fertiliser and/or conversion and changing weather conditions. It can be difficult to know when a horse is getting enough, too little or too much, and this does not facilitate the interdependence of different minerals to be absorbed by the body. Silicon (Silica) is a very important mineral for both humans and animals. It forms a large part of the building blocks of the body's tissues, and most organs in the body must always contain some amount of silicon. Unfortunately, with age, the body's silicon intake decreases, and certain medications can still inhibit the ability to absorb silicon. An example of how minerals also depend on vitamins to function is the relationship between Silicon and Vitamin C, both of which are involved in the production of collagen. Silicon is related to vitamin C because the enzyme that stimulates collagen production contains vitamin C. If the horse does not consume enough vitamin C, the enzyme stops working. But to produce collagen, silica must also be present. Therefore, adding vitamin C has no effect on increasing collagen production if silicon is not given at the same time. Collagen is a very important protein for the body. Collagen is used as a building block for cartilage and bone, and is essential for the body's connective tissue and skin. In addition to collagen production, silica also plays an important role in the body's ability to cleanse itself of toxins. Pesticides ingested by the horse can have a negative effect on the body. The herbicide glyphosate has the blunt effect that it can bind minerals that the horse would otherwise benefit from. This means that essential minerals such as manganese, phosphorus, iron and zinc are 'trapped' so that the horse can no longer make use of them. So it could be that your horse has been given enough minerals but is unable to make sufficient use of them. When Elixir Kiesel was added to the horse's feed, research has shown higher levels of minerals in the horse's blood, suggesting that Kisel helps the horse to absorb minerals. What are cannabinoids and what do they do for my horse?
You've probably heard of cannabinoids in cannabis plants, but did you know that cannabinoids are substances that are produced by the body itself? The best known cannabinoids are CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), but there are actually many other types. Cannabinoids are also found in plants, such as cloves. According to science, up to 130 different types of cannabinoids are currently known. Cannabinoids send signals.
Both horses and humans have an endocannabinoid system (ECS). This system is responsible for sending signals around the body and checks cells for abnormalities. When cannabinoids encounter cells that are not as they should be, they send a signal to the brain by binding to a receptor. These receptors are scientifically divided into two groups - CB1 and CB2. CB1 receptors. They control pain, nausea, memory, fine motor skills, etc. CB2 receptors: these are mainly found in cells of the immune system. Scientists first discovered the endocannabinoid system in the 1990s. Since then, it has been studied extensively in humans, and it has been concluded that it works in a similar way in mammals - including horses. The endocannabinoid system is also known as the body's own healing centre, because signals sent through receptors ensure that the brain knows which cells to send helpers to. This allows the body to keep itself in balance. The endocannabinoid system also affects the body's transport of oxygen to cells, the nervous system, bones, digestion and mental state. Disorders - Disease and stress can affect the endocannabinoid system, reducing its effectiveness. If the horse is highly stressed, it reduces its own production of cannabinoids and the body may become unbalanced. You probably know this yourself - if you are stressed, you are often more sensitive. Carnation - Carnation plants and flowers can support the endocannabinoid system because they contain cannabinoids that respond to receptors in the body. The plant is rich in essential oils, tannins, flavonoids, sterols and phytocannabinoids. In humans, the plant also has a powerful antioxidant effect, which has not yet been studied in horses.
Amequ Elixir C-Bidol is based on THC-free hemp oil with the addition of 10% cannabinoids derived from cloves (Syzygium aromaticum). Hemp oil comes from cultivation in fields with strict soil purity control procedures and is therefore approved for human consumption. The cloves used are also inspected after each harvest in accordance with the "Food Secure Alliance". All ingredients containing heavy metals, dioxins (chlorinated toxins), pesticides and PCBs* are tested here. With Amequ Elixir C-Bidol, you support your horse's own flexibility - and therefore the whole body.
Amequ Elixir B vitamin Amequ Elixir Vitamin B supplement for the horse, containing 8 different B vitamins in the perfect optimal ratio to meet the horse's B vitamin needs - for optimal absorption. Amequ Elixir Magnesium Optimally absorbed Amequ Elixir Magnesium contains magnesium chelate with excellent absorption. Vitamin B and zinc chelate have been added for optimal effect and use. A sugar-free supplement that can be used for all horses. Amequ Elixir Zinc Amequ Elixir Zinc with the right ratio of zinc and copper ensures optimal absorption in the body. Zinc supports healthy skin, coat, hooves, bones, cartilage, connective tissue, metabolism and immune system