- A unique blend of herbs that contains the first combination of garlic and vitamin C for use in horses
- Our "tonic" product provides unrivaled, whole body support
- Cold pressed garlic captures the health benefits of raw garlic
- Supports immune, cardiovascular, digestive and upper respiratory health
- Contains antioxidants and protects the liver, nervous system, body tissues and blood pressure
Garli+C™ is the first garlic and vitamin C combination for use in animals. A whole body tonic, Garli+C™ helps support the immune, respiratory, digestive, cardiovascular, and nervous systems while also providing antioxidants to protect the liver, nervous system, body tissues and manage blood pressure. The carefully selected herbs in Garli+C promotes optimal function of all body systems, improving vigor and vitality. Garli+C can be particularly useful for horses experiencing skin allergies or severe itching and for horses being treated with antibiotics.
Garli+C™ is made with cold pressed, odor modified garlic powder and is carefully blended to provided maximum palatability. This supplement pairs well with Equinacea and Citrus C/Q as well as other supplements to round out your horses’ daily regimen.
A proprietary blend of cold processed garlic, astragalus, schizandra, rose hip shells, ascorbic acid, and zinc.
Concentrated formula. No additives or fillers.
Use with caution in donkeys and mules. Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. Use with caution in horses that are prone to bleed. Do not use within two weeks of surgery or in animals with pre-existing anemia . If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian.
For use in horses and other equids only. Keep out of reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. Keep container tightly closed and store in a cool, dry place.
Filled to weight, not volume. Settling may occur. If packed, agitate to reestablish normal density.
DIRECTIONS FOR US
For the first two to four weeks, feed three scoops in the morning and three scoops in the evening per 1100lb (500kg) of body weight.
One to two scoops as needed both morning and evening.
4136mg of herbs per enclosed 7.5cc scoop.
Servings 2lb (0.91kg): 220
I started my horse on this last year on the suggestion of a friend. There wasn’t anything particularly or noticeably wrong with him, but she said she had felt a huge difference in her horse. I started him on the GarliC and within a few weeks, I noticed that he just felt better. He was more willing to work, he recovered faster, and it seemed like he could work longer. I did notice that his cough that he always does when I first get on (usually 4 to 5 big coughs right as I start trotting on a loose rein) decreased and we could move forward into work faster. Great product!
My 13 yo gelding has had RAO for the 5 years I have owned him. Most issues occur during hot humid weather. Last summer and fall were his worst year by far. This is also the year I did not supplement garlic for bitting insects. While researching natural supplements to help with his RAO, I made the garlic connection. He was on 24/7 turnout and all feed and hay were thoroughly soaked. Since starting the garlic I have not heard him cough one time and his breathing is normal. We no longer have to wet his hay. I still wet his feed so he gets all the garlic and doesn't blow it away or breathe it, as it is a fine powder. Let's see how he does over the summer. So far I am thrilled!!
My horse suffered with breathing difficulty last summer due to inflammation /RAO. Previous summers I had him on garlic for deterring biting insects and he did not have as severe symptonms. Once I made the connection, I researched garlic products and decided to order Garli+C. He is back on dry hay (had to wet his hay and 24/7 turnout. He would cough, just being in the stall long enough to eat his feed) and not a single cough! We are about to finish the first 2# bucket and I just ordered another! Let's see what the summer brings! So far I give Garli-C the credit for his respiratory health improvement!