Equine Challenge™ Laminae 911 herbal support helps build strong, healthy laminae. Equine Challenge™ Laminae 911 hoof supplement is formulated to help your horse’s compromised hoof tissue to heal more quickly. It is not just the hoof but the many other systems which support the hooves such as the immune system, the circulatory system, the gastro-intestinal system and organ support such as the kidney, bladder and liver. While providing both anti-inflammatory, anti-pyretic (fever) and analgesic relief in a more natural way, without the negative aspects of NSAIDs and Bute use.
Immune system support via Oregon Grape, Garlic, Quercitin and Stevia. Vascular or circulatory integrity support and vaso-dilation via Butcher’s Broom, Hawthorn, Garlic, Boswellia, Quercitin and Stevia. Gastro-intestinal support via Devil’s Claw, Yucca and Slippery Elm. Kidney and Bladder diuretic support via Juniper Berry and Uva Ursi (Bear Berry). Liver support via Oregon Grape. Anti-inflammatory, Anti-Pyretic (fever) and Analgesic support via White Willow Bark, Devil’s Claw, Oregon Grape, Garlic, Boswellia, Quercitin and Boneset.
The thriving horse depends on all the body systems to work together at the same time to maximize the healing support which is required. If one system is overwhelmed by another, it is more difficult for the entire horse to establish functional healing repair.
Once again, synergy is required for the horse to functionally recover with a minimal amount of suffering. Equine Challenge™ Laminae 911 helps support hoof recovery be it laminitis, founder, transitioning from shoes, hoof tenderness, weather mediated hoof pain, EMS or any thing which will challenge the hoof integrity.
The best way to recover from hoof pathology is to grow out of it as quickly as possible! For horses struggling metabolically to produce high quality strong and durable hooves, we encourage you to consider Equine Challenge™ Hoof Propel.
*From time to time we may change suppliers for one of the herbal ingredients of Equine Challenge™ Laminae 911 which may result in a change of color and/or smell. Rest assured the effective formula you have come to know and trust has not changed.
Equine Challenge™ Laminae 911 Feeding Instructions:
Feed one scoop (approximately 1 tablespoon) daily.
(Herbs many times are an unfamiliar smell to horses. If your horse is “finicky” introduce slowly in small amounts and work up to 1 scoop daily. Inititally if needed add a little apple sauce or juice to the mix when feeding herbs).
Contents: Approximately 60 scoops
**Caution: Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven.
Safe Alternative to Bute
Equine Challenge™ Laminae 911 will have a systemic affect on the entire horse even though it was designed for hoof pain. Therefore, Laminae 911 hoof supplement will be a more natural pain reliever option than the use of Bute.
It is a well known unintended consequence, Bute causes gut stress. Having a more natural option which does not have the negative side effects of Bute is a good thing.
Consider Equine Challenge™ Laminae 911 as a safer way to provide pain relief for your horses.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight. Keep tightly sealed.
I own a 16 year old Arab gelding named Shine. Let me give you his history. In February of 2013 our farrier found what we thought was an abscess in his left front hoof, we treated like one and never really gave it another thought until the next shoeing. We could not get it to go away and after 2 vets, 3 sets of x rays and 8 months went by, we finally had the diagnosis of an infected coffin bone. We took him in for surgery and they removed the diseased bone and all the infection. It was a tough road for our dear sweet little grey horse and after over 2 years of complete stall rest and antibiotic infusions, packing his hole with Metronidazole, special shoeing and a lot of hand wringing, he was at the point to where he was pretty sound and I could trail ride him. You could tell he had some rotation but with special shoeing he was pretty good. Then in Nov 2015 he had colic and we took him to the equine hospital where they went to x ray his belly and did not sedate him enough and he kicked the x-ray plate holder and fractured his lateral splint bone. A long story short they did not take care of it properly and he developed an infection had to go in for another surgery. This stress put pressure on his already very fragile front foot and he developed laminitis in it. He is not sound as of now. I am looking for a supplement that might help him. Being his problem is not a classic case, I am hoping you might be able to tell me if it’s worth a shot to try. To say he has been through a lot is an understatement.
2 weeks after starting Equine Challenge Laminae 911
Thank you so much for your Laminae 911! Shine has been on it 2 weeks and just look at him! Feel free to share this video:) Truly an amazing product!