Aloeride aloe vera for Horses 6 CARTONS + FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE gives you 180 servings of much better quality and much lower price.
Aloeride aloe vera for horses probably is the most versatile horse feed supplement on the market. It supports digestion whilst at the same time it supports hoof health, condition blossoms and movement palpably eases, natural coat shine simply becomes amazing and with that the natural resilience of skin and coat protects against beasties and the weather, and often behaviour improves when a horse feels more comfortable. Horse & Hound magazine named Aloeride as one of their 2015 Best of British products. Equine feed supplements (Aloeride aloe vera for horses) are VAT exempt in the United Kingdom.
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Each carton gives your horse the goodness of 12 litres of Soil Association certified organic, wholeleaf Aloe Vera Barbadensis Miller juice optimised to 30 palatable powder sachets (yes that is 400 millilitre equivalent per sachet).
Your horses are worth you knowing what’s behind a label, so, for an objective view on proven premium quality, unadulterated product samples of Aloeride, Aloequine, Barrier Animal Healthcare Pure Aloe Vera Juice, Forever Living Stabilised Aloe Vera Gel and Hilton Herbs Aloe Vera were presented for independent measurement by an accredited laboratory equipped for industry standard evaluation of aloe vera:
|Aloeride||Product 2a||Product 3b||Product 4f||Product 5h|
|12 litres optimised to 30 palatable powder sachets per carton||12 litres = 3.17 x (3.785 litres @ £35.00)||12 litres = 2.4 x (5 litres @ £37.76)||12 litres = 12 x (1 litre @ £21.62)||12 litres = 2.4 x (5 litres @ £63.00)|
|£55.20 (£41.40 if you buy 12 cartons)||£110.95||£90.63||£259.44||£151.20|
|Nutritional Density:||5.31 x fewer nutrients||23.4 x fewer nutrients||3.23 x fewer nutrients||2.39 x fewer nutrients|
|4,680 mg/L||880 mg/L||200 mg/L||1,450 mg/L||1,960 mg/L|
|£4.60 (£3.45 in you buy 12 cartons) per litre||£9.25 per litre||£7.55 per litre||£21.62 per litre||£12.60 per litre|
|We can supply you with a multi-laboratory proven better aloe vera at vastly deflated cost because we don’t have expensive offices, we don’t finance a multilevel marketing pyramid, we don’t have much staff, we don’t transport liquid aloe, and we don’t seek rapacious profit.|
Top Equestrians Riders and Organisations
Aloeride is used by top equestrians like Loraine Homer, Katie Jerram and Jo Bates (Showing), Leah Bennett (Dressage), Victoria Bax and Eliza Stoddart (Eventing), Sally Toye and Heather Weston (Endurance). Stud Farms and Racing Yards also feed Aloeride, they buy in shippers. They all love what Aloeride does for their horses and our guess is, so will you. Aloeride 100% complies with Consultant Gastroenterologist Dr. Danhof MD PhD’s definition of the best aloe (he is universally recognised as the world’s foremost expert on aloe vera). Every batch of Aloeride aloe vera for Horses goes through a number of tests relevant to competitors including NOPS at LGC in Newmarket.
Aloeride provides more than unique digestive support to help gastric issues associated with racehorses. Between digestive succour and the unique nutrients (over and beyond feed) that Aloeride provides, your racehorses are more likely to achieve and maintain optimal condition. Increased and expertly trained lean muscle mass needs strong healthy hooves to translate power & stamina into traction, pace and winnings. Farriers familiar with Aloeride know that it works brilliantly. Beyond your expert training and what’s in a horse’s head, limiting performance factors are lactic acid metabolism and innate control of soft tissue micro-inflammation. Optimum nutrition can be a fantastic help with this, providing you feed your horses the right nutrients. After the race there is recovery time which length depends on how well nutrients promote tissue repair and cooling tissue down. Between its unique spectrum of nutrients, its proven superiority compared to other aloe products, its generous dosage, its sensible contribution to equine health, many Trainers quietly added Aloeride to their game…
Here is why many leading equestrians use Aloeride aloe vera for horses:
- helps build and support exceptional condition, stamina and quicker return to former and better condition
- supports gastrointestinal health and function
- helps build and support healthy hooves, beautiful healthy coat, mane and tail (all are part of epithelium)
- helps in a unique broad spectrum with hooves and feet
- helps horses and ponies with seasonal coat trouble
- aloe vera is not mentioned in FEI Prohibited Substances List effective 1 January 2015, or in Changes to FEI Prohibited Substances List, effective 1 January 2016
- is allowed during training under BHA Rules of Racing
- is very palatable and incredibly versatile
- is easy to use, simply mix 1 sachet with feed
- is Soil Association certified organic and totally pure
- each sachet has precisely the right amount to benefit your horse
- also ideal for veteran horses and ponies due to its assistance with digestive heath and gut function and its nutritional support to keep tissue from heating up
- gives your horse the proven highest grade of the most nutrient-dense aloe vera species, no difference in Quality Control between our human and our horse Aloeride aloe vera
- equates to 12 litres of its original, certified organic aloe vera barbadensis miller juice
- can be stored in a freezer to prolong shelf life
- contains a non-latex form of aloe vera that has had the aloin effectively removed
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