My 7-year-old TB mare was underweight and experiencing seasonal mare grumpiness. After just 3 months on ImmuBiome Focus, she is energized, responsive and has a great attitude. Her coat gleams like a shiny copper penny and she is a pleasure to ride. Thank you ImmuBiome!
I purchased this to use on a filly who had some Growth issues which resulted in some residual inflammation. It worked wonderfully when other products had failed. Every horse we own is on at least one ImmuBiome product and all are thriving!
I am very pleased with the improvement in my horses body score, topline and overall wellness. Uiver is a soon to be 19 year old Grand Prix Dressage horse so maintaining his topline is paramount. Because he is borderline metabolic, we have to soak his hay so I feel the Stength and Stamina and Lean Muscle give him the extra he needs.
I have never been a fan of equine supplements as I have never seen any real results from using them...UNTIL I tried (at the strong recommendation of a great friend) ImmuBiome Breathe. I have to say I am astonished! IT WORKS!!! In three weeks of adding ImmuBiome Breathe to his feed, he is no longer coughing! I am seriously amazed! He doesn’t even cough once or twice during exercise. I am so grateful for this product. I can’t imagine how great my horse must feel! I don’t know how this product can do a better job than a prescribed medication from a vet, but It certainly has worked for my horse’s issue. THANK YOU ImmuBiome! My horse and I are true fans!
A subject that is currently receiving a great deal of attention both in the U.S. and abroad is that of feed-borne mold and mycotoxins. Mycotoxins are harmful metabolites which are produced by molds (fungi) which exist in the soil and vegetation such as feed, grains and foraging material.
Leaky Gut, a frequently seen condition which may cause a myriad of clinical signs such as behavioral changes, reduced work performance, bone and joint issues, and skin allergies is what is referred to as leaky gut syndrome (LGS). This syndrome occurs when the cells that make up the lining of the intestinal tract are themselves damaged, or the tight junctions which join the cells together break down.