Bach flowers mix 120: Stress in horses

Bach flowers mix 120 helps horses to:

  • Feel calmer 
  • React less anxiously 
  • Eliminate nervousness 
  • Improve how they deal with stimuli 
* Disclaimer: results may vary from animal to animal and are not based on scientific results.
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Bach flowers mix 120: Stress in horses

Content 50 ml

  • 1 bottle £ 35
  • 2 bottles £ 65 Your advantage £ 5
  • 3 bottles £ 87 Your advantage £ 18
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How many bottles do you need?

  • 1 bottle will last you about 1 month
  • The first results will start to show after a few days or weeks *
  • In my experience to get lasting results a period of three months is advised *

 

Dose animals

  • 6 x 4 drops spread over the day or extra drops during hard times.

  • You can put the drops in their food or drinking water, or put it on something good or rub it on their nose

About this mix

  • Handmade according to the instructions of Dr. Bach
  • Ready to use
  • Unique blend of Bach flowers
  • Gluten and allergen free
  • Ingredients: Water, alcohol, Bach flower extracts
  • Frequently Asked Questions

* Disclaimer: results may vary from animal to animal and are not based on scientific results.

Bach flowers mix 120, a solution for stress in horses

Stress in horsesHorses are very sensitive animals, causing them to be stressed quickly. It’s proven that stress is not healthy and causes a great deal of physical complaints. A stressed horse can also become dangerous for you due to unexpected impulsive reactions. 

Competition stress

Horses that take part in competitions experience a great deal of stress. There’s the pressure to succeed but also the environment is full of stimuli. Loud music, a large crowd of people, applause, yelling children… Situations like this cause an awful lot of stress for your horse.

Even you as a rider can experience stress, which you pass on automatically to your horse. Bach flowers can help your horse to deal with these stimuli and be then be less stressed in time for competitions.

Transport stress

Horses are herd and prey animals. Your horse can experience much stress and anxiety when locked up in the trailer. Your horse could potentially even hurt itself or others when it is loaded into the trailer. Even if your horse is standing quietly and still in the trailer, it’s possible that it is experiencing extreme stress.

Stress due to irritations or environment

Horses are very sensitive to stress. Your horse can even be stressed or irritated by certain sounds in its environment. For example, a horse may become stressed thanks to a barking dog or loud children.
However it isn’t just a noisy environment that causes your horse stress, the surroundings of the horse can cause stress too, for example where they are locked up for too long in the stables. This long term stress can cause many emotional problems.

Does the slightest problem cause stress in your horse? Then Bach flowers mix 120 will definitely help your horse.

* Disclaimer: results may vary from animal to animal and are not based on scientific results.

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testimonials

* Disclaimer: results may vary from animal to animal and are not based on scientific results.

Une
(5/5) Geneviève Philippe from France *

A few months ago, they would have been sent to orbit...

We needed to wait three weeks to see the results. Since then, she has been listening more while working and agitation while walking is nothing compared to what it was.

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Helma Haken
(4/5) Helma Haken *

She's a lot more relaxed and she just walks home easily

Now that she takes Bach flower mix 120 she's a lot more relaxed and she just walks home easily.

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* Disclaimer: results may vary from animal to animal and are not based on scientific results.

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