Calming Cookies Apple ®

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NEW: The world famous Calming Cookies you love, now in Apple flavour.

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About Calming Cookies Apple ®

  • Helps your horse stay calm, confident and focused without affecting the ability to perform

  • Developed with vets & leading equine nutritional experts

  • Ideal for horses during any stressful situations that causes anxiety, stress or fear

  • Does not contain valarian, magnesium or tryptophan

  • Fast acting and effective with results in as little as 30 minutes

  • Feed as a treat on a daily basis or as and when required. Up to 6 Calming Cookies can be fed in a day

A completely natural product. ALL products are Competition safe. They contain no prohibited substances do not have withdraws.

Calming Cookies® are ideal for horses during excitable or stressful situations such as clinics, competitions, clipping, hunting, farrier, box rest, training, loading, traveling and hacking.

Feed as and when required, they help your horse to stay calm, confident and focused without affecting their ability to perform. The Calming Cookies will help to take the edge off but not the energy.

The Active ingredient L-Tyrosine is a natural mood stabiliser, which can help towards a more focused, confident horse and less anxious horse.

L- Arginine is the active ingredient used by the body to change into nitric oxide (NO). Nitric oxide is a powerful neurotransmitter. As Nitric Oxide levels becomes greater it can help to deliver the amino acids quicker.

Contains no fillers, binders or any known prohibited substances as defined by the FEI.

Contains molasses so Calming Powder is recommended for any horses sensitive to sugar. The Calming Cookies are not suitable for horses with EMS or Laminitis.

Our world-famous Calming Cookies are now available in Original, Mint, Apple, Carrot, Banana, Blackcurrant and Cinnamon flavours.

ALL OF OUR CALMING COOKIES ARE HANDMADE

Instructions for use

Feed one or two Calming Cookies®, leave 30-45 minutes then proceed as normal. Lasts 3-4 hours and can be topped up at any time during the day. Can be fed for 2-3 consecutive days to build up levels. Up to 6 Calming Cookies® can be given in a day. Calming Cookies® are safe to use long term and every day.

The Calming Cookies are completely natural, every horse is different and will metabolise at different rates as well as having pre-existing levels of serotonin. So some horses may benefit from one Calming Cookie the night before the event, one in the morning and one about 45 mins before and some horses may benefit from more than one at the time. Any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Calming Cookies and our Calming Powder complement each other and can be fed together.

Ingredients

Composition:

Soya Flour (NGMO), Flax (Organic), Molasses, Apple powder, Himalayan Salt, Zeolite, Turmeric (Organic),

Additives:

L-Tyrosine 3c401 (79.4g per kg), L-Arginine 3c361, Vitamin C (Ascorbic), Vitamin E (DL Alpha Tocopherol Acetate), Zinc (Sulphate Monohydrate), Vitamin B5 (D Calcium pantothenate), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), Vitamin B12 (Methyl Cobalamin), Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Apple powder

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Nutritional analysis:

  • Total Oil – 5.52%
  • Crude Protein – 24.5%
  • Crude Fibre – 2.6%
  • Crude Ash – 5.1%
  • Sodium – 0.44%
  • Sugar as sucrose – 22.84
  • Starch – <0.5

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