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Seasonaza 1.62kg

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Product description

  • unique composition of natural herbs for a calming effect and more rest with seasonal irritation
  • can be given when there are pollen in the air
  • calms and gives peace naturally
  • Seasonaze offers extra support in response to (grass) pollen in the air and in response to bright sunlight
  • contains magnesium which provides a calming effect
  • good nerve function is supported by the added vitamin B12
  • Research shows that more than 77% of the test panel would recommend Seasonaze for horses suffering from seasonal stress. This concerns a study with 12 horses and owners, conducted by NAF, summer 2019
  • NAF Seasonaze provides similar support to horses, so Seasonaze is the replacement for NAF Shake Relief
  • add daily to the ration, during periods of high sensitivity to seasonal stress
  • with picky eaters, introduce gradually
  • if necessary, the high dose (see table) can be given for a longer period
  • the maintenance dose (see table) can be adjusted independently of the weight to the individual needs of the horse or pony
  • content: 1.62 kg
  g per day scoops a day
High dose: (3-7 days) 81 - 108 3 - 4
Maintenance dose 54 2



  • 1 measuring scoop of 50 ml contains approximately 27 grams
  • 1 bucket contains 1.62 kg, with a daily dose of 54 g a bucket is sufficient for 30 days


Ingredients: Magnesium Oxide, Withania, Brewer's Yeast, Hops (Dried), Methyl Sulfonyl Methane (MSM), Carrot (Dried), Echinacea, Mint, Omicha Berries, Rosehip Shells, Dandelion Leaves, Milk Thistle Seeds, Turmeric, Chlorella (Dried), Shiitake, Ginger, Ginkgo leaves, Rosemary, Liquorice, Rapeseed oil. Added vitamins: Vitamin B12 and Vitamin E. Analytical constituents: Crude protein 10.2% Crude oils and fats 3.5% Crude ash 30.5% Crude fiber 7.7% Sodium 0.1% Acid insoluble ash 8.5%

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