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HEIRO (Healthy Equine Insulin Rescure Organicals) for Horses HEIRO (Healthy Equine Insulin Rescue Organicals) is a veterinary formula nutritional supplement for horses that has been shown to help the following conditions: Chronic sore feet Laminitis Elevated insulin levels Rotated on X-ray Can't be on pasture Cresty neck On Cushing's meds but still foot sore Stays large on little food Painful feet on hard or frozen ground HEIRO was developed by Dr. Frank Reilly, DVM, to help the rapidly growing number of horses suffering from chronic sore feet with high insulin levels. After two years and hundreds of insulin tests, Dr. Reilly discovered the right combination and concentrations of organicals to make horses more comfortable and help get them back on grass pasture where they were born to graze and play. HEIRO supplements contain USDA certified 100% organic herbs, magnesium, and vitamin E in a great-tasting powder blend. If you are not completely satisfied with the results, return the container and unused portion to the place of purchase for a full refund. Item Specifications: Dosage: 1 Tablespoon daily mixed with feed in the morning. Measuring scoop included. Ingredients: Natural Herbs : Proprietary herbal blend exclusive to HEIRO containing natural herbs : Fenugreek , ocean kelp , blue-green spirulina algae , cinnamon , ginger , willow , peppermint , milk thistle , alfalfa . No fillers , no artificial colors or preservatives . For Product Label and additional information about this product, please click on Manufacturer Information to the right.
  • Veterinarian-developed, farrier-approved
  • Helps fight laminar injury and stops foot pain caused by seasonal factors such as new grass in the spring, heat in the summer, frosty grass in the fall, and hard, frozen ground in the winter
  • Safe, certified, all-natural
  • Gluten-free
  • Made with non-GMO ingredients
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Size90 Servings

Heiro 90 Servings
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90 Servings

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