Relax Compositum is an herbal tincture of soothing plants. It has a relaxing effect on inner turmoil and helps horses to relax in tense times quickly. The composition is very suitable for sensitive animals during the first days in a new environment or cases of unrest during a vet visit, at the farrier, or when shaving.
Relax Compositum is a natural calming agent that works with a nervous feeling of restless animals. Relax Compositum is very suitable to combine with behavioral therapy. It helps to remove the sharp edges from the unrest so that training is better and faster. Perfect to use in stressful periods.
2 to 3 times a day, 20 to 30 drops through the food.
Shake before use.
20 drops = 1 ml
Ethanol 51.60% v/v, Tilia tomentosa gemmo* (linden blossom), Humulus lupulus (hops), Passiflora incarnata (passionflower), Ruta graveolens (rue), Valeriana officinalis (valerian).
*Gemmotherapy is a form of herbal therapy. Fresh plant parts are used in the growth phase, which means that the ingredients are slightly different. Contains Glycerin.
Humulus lupulus (hops) is soothing, acts on behavior and digestion.
Passiflora incarnata (passionflower) is soothing, works on the central nervous system, and improves sleep quality. This herb is good for the typical restless animals.
Ruta graveolens (rue) supports digestion against the negative effects of stress and is a mild tranquilizer.
Tilia tomentosa gemmo (linden blossom) is a well-known herb for sensitive types. It is used when feeling nervous and helps to relax and unwind. Gemmotherapy is a form of herbal therapy. Fresh plant parts are used in the growth phase, which means that the ingredients are slightly different.
Valeriana officinalis (valerian) relaxes the nerves so that an animal can relax better. It supports the release of stress and unrest in the body.
Do not use during pregnancy or lactation unless the vet or therapist prescribes otherwise.
Store in a dry, dark, and cool place before and after opening. It doesn't have to be in the fridge.
This information is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for veterinary advice.