Roots Loosy Poopsy is an herbal blend to support horses with diarrhea and other stomach ailments. Make into a tea and then blend with Slippery Elm Bark (optional) for added strength. Use in times of stress or when loose poop is present. Use 1 packet of Slippery Elm Bark to make paste if desired. Full directions included on package. All herbs used in creating Loosy Poopsy are either certified organic or wildcrafted, ensuring highest quality and nutritional value.
Chamomile: Antispasmodic, carminative, digestive, tonic and nervine. High natural source of phosphorous and calcium compounds utilized by the nervous system. May nourish all parasympathetic nervous-system functions, therefore regulating allergic reactions, sleep, hormones, gastro-intestinal system, immune system and skin sensitivity.
Dandelion: Alterative, bitter, carminative, digestive, diuretic and hepatic. Contains Vitamins A, B, C and D, potassium and calcium salts, manganese, sodium, sulfur and choline. May stimulate liver function and bile production, pancreas and kidney function - aka the digestive system in general. May clean the blood, and stimulate excretion processes through the bowel, kidneys, lymphatic system and skin. Not to be confused with false dandelion, which can be harmful to horses.
Fennel: Carminative and digestive, contains anethole, flavonoids and coumarins. May stimulate the pancreatic acid and bile flow, especially when work stress or illness has upset the metabolic balance.
Rosehips: Alterative, diuretic, hepatic, nervine, tonic. One of the best sources of biotin, iron and vitamin C with traces of copper; making it one of nature's most mutually supportive combinations. Supports the blood, liver, kidneys, adrenal glands, circulation and immune system. Nourishes stomach and builds immunity during stress induced loose stools.
Slippery Elm Bark for extra strength: Carminative, demulcent, emollient and mucilaginous. Contains calcium and phosphates in a natural balance with mucilage and some tannin. May soothe inflammation internally right through the digestive tract and allows a damaged or irritated mucosal lining to heal.
*We do not diagnose, treat or cure any conditions or ailments. Please consult your veterinarian for advice and diagnosis. If adverse reaction occurs, stop use immediately and consult your veterinarian.