Equestrizone’s NatureBute® Solution is a more concentrated and more readily available tincture form of NatureBute® Powder, and has the added benefit of extracts of the warming spices ginger and turmeric, with black pepper to aid absorption.
NatureBute® Solution contains Boswellia serrata – known as ‘nature’s bute’, and the two warming spices Zingiber officinale (ginger) and Curcumin longa (turmeric) – both well known for their beneficial effects. Piper nigrum (black pepper) is added for its ability to increase the bioavailability of curcumin (the main active component of turmeric), as well as for its own beneficial effects.
Like NatureBute® Powder, NatureBute® Solution offers a gentle but effective natural solution for hard-working joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons. NatureBute® Solution supports the body’s natural anti-inflammatory and pain mechanisms/responses. NatureBute® Solution is also suitable for a variety of other types of health support, including digestive, skin, and respiratory support.
For joint and mobility support, use NatureBute® Solution first, for more instant results, and then follow longer term with NatureBute® Powder or FlexiMover®. For horses and ponies that require extra ongoing support, use NatureBute® Solution long-term. NatureBute® Solution can be fed with compound feed, without worrying about loss of powder.
- A natural product
- Safe for long-term use
- Safe for competition use
Feed NatureBute® to:
- Aid maintenance of the body’s natural anti-inflammatory mechanisms/responses
- Aid maintenance of the body’s natural pain mechanisms/responses
- Maintain suppleness and freedom of movement
- Nutritionally support ligament, tendon and joint health
- Naturally sustain joint elasticity and all-round mobility
- Support the structures of the feet
- Support colon health and firm-up loose droppings
- Soothe compromised breathing
ML PER DAY
Peak requirement (higher level of support/injury)
1 litre fed at 25ml per day will last 40 days
Introduce sparingly and gradually to ensure that horses accept the new taste. Maintenance levels may be adjusted to suit the individual and are not necessarily related to body weight.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE
A complementary feed material for horses. Store in a cool, dry place. Replace cap securely to avoid deterioration of contents. Keep out of reach of children
✓ Maintains joint health, suppleness and freedom of movement
✓ Aids the body's natural anti-inflammatory responses
✓ Supports colon health and firms up loose droppings
✓ Soothes breathing
✓ Safe for long-term and competition use
✓ Fast-acting quickly and effectively absorbed
NatureBute® Solution contains Boswellia serrata - known as ‘nature’s bute’, and the two warming spices Zingiber officinale (ginger) and Curcumin longa (turmeric) – both well known for their beneficial effects. Piper nigrum (black pepper) is added for its ability to increase the bioavailability of curcumin (the main active component of turmeric), as well as for its own beneficial effects. These effective natural ingredients are more readily available when in tincture form, providing faster-acting support.
Boswellia for horses, ginger for horses, turmeric for horses and black pepper for horses support the musculoskeletal system and maintain optimum mobility and flexibility. All three are well known natural solutions for hard-working joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons, due to their effectiveness in supporting the body’s natural anti-inflammatory and pain mechanisms/responses. All three also have a variety of other health benefits, including digestive, skin and respiratory supporting actions.
Extracts from boswellia gum or tree resin, namely boswellic acids, have been traditionally used in the Ayurvedic system for a whole range of activities that have since been the focus of research. How boswellia works is now well understood, with a great deal of in vitro studies carried out and reported in scientific literature.
Medical treatments for equine joints are well-known to cause a disruption in the synthesis of glycosaminoglycans - key structural components of joint cartilage. This leads in the longer term to acceleration in joint degradation and arthritis. Boswellia serrata does not have this damaging effect on cartilage.
Ginger has also been traditionally used in the Ayurvedic system, and, like for boswellia, research into a variety of activities has also provided evidence of its usefulness. Its extract contains the active ingredients oleo-resins and oils. Ginger supports the body’s natural anti-inflammatory processes, and it has been the focus of research into joint support in human patients. Compared with a powder, a tincture of ginger concentrates the active components.
Turmeric extract consists of yellow pigments called curcuminoids, mainly the polyphenol curcumin. A small amount of oils and resins are also present. Curcumin has a direct effect on inflammatory mediators as well as being a powerful antioxidant. It is well known for its ability to support the body’s natural anti-inflammatory processes. Curcumin is the subject of a large number of research trials, and many clinical trials have been carried out, with encouraging results. Turmeric powder is messy to handle and stains skin and clothing. A tincture form concentrates the active components and makes the benefits of the spice much easier to supply.
Pepper is a well-known spice with powerful antioxidant properties, due mainly to its piperine content. Piperine enhances the bioavailability of other compounds, including curcumin, so it is recommended to be fed along with curcumin. Preliminary research shows that piperine can potentiate the beneficial effects of curcumin, presumably by increasing its availability.