Chaste Tree Berry Powder
Naturally Aids in Pituitary Health
- Supports a healthy endocrine system
- Promotes healthy pituitary function
- Safe for long term use
Cushings, Pre-Cushings, Hypothyroidism, Endocrine Syndrome and Insulin Resistance all have one thing in common: pituitary gland dysfunction. Most of these diseases are brought about by stress like competitions, trailering, sweet feeds, stalling, medicating, vaccinating, and daily dewormers.
Chaste Tree Berry Powder nutritionally supports the normal functioning of the pituitary gland.* With this herbal supplement, the pituitary is allowed to thrive and perform properly by naturally helping to maintain normal dopamine levels in the blood and supporting regulation of both the pituitary and adrenal glands.* Accurate dopamine levels also normalize prolactin to balance hormones in the body.
Chaste Tree Berry Powder has no known negative side effects and is safe for long term use, as these diseases and syndromes are managed and not cured.* This supplement may be used with all treatment protocols. Use of steroid medications may decrease the effectiveness of Chaste Tree Berry Powder. Synthetic drugs may cause loss of appetite, weight loss, lethargy, and poor hair coat.
This Chaste Tree Berry is milled to a very fine powder, which helps to enhance digestion, absorption and potency. Larger, un-milled, cut and sifted, or slightly milled Chaste Tree Berry supplements are not absorbed well by the horse.
Over a hundred horses with endocrine disorders have been tested with Horse Hair Analysis. They consistently show severe nutritional deficiencies in the four electrolyte minerals, chromium, selenium and cobalt. A significant percentage also have a toxic metal present in their body, such as arsenic or lead, that must be chelated from the body in order for it regain health. For more information on Horse Hair Analysis, click here.
Proper diet has an immense effect on maintaining a healthy endocrine system. The Health Library contains informative articles on these topics in the Nutrition and Endocrine categories. Horses diagnosed or suspected of having the syndromes listed in the first paragraph are not healthy enough to be vaccinated. For more information, please read the Vaccinations articles.
* These statements have not been evalutated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.