Chastetree Berry 5:1
1-6 gram twice per day. 3 grams is about 1 teaspoon, or at the advice of your veterinarian.
Chastetree Berry is an adaptogen, which can give the feeling of well-being. Dr. Eleanor Kellon wrote an article for Horse Journal in December 2000, in which she outlined some case histories of horses with Cushing's Disease responding positively to chastetree berry.
Dr. Robert Eustace with the Laminitis Trust (UK) conducted a further study and followed horses for 12 months. Although he documented symptom improvement, ACTH levels were not reliably lowered. In some horses, the ACTH levels were reduced, but in other horses, there was no effect on ACTH.
Some people with older horses supplement chastetree berry for the nutritional support of the horse.
Chastetree Berry 5:1 is a 5X concentration powder, so that you have less bulk when feeding it.
3 grams is about 1 teaspoon.
Disclaimer: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, nor prevent any disease. If your horse experiences any adverse effects from using this supplement, discontinue use and contact your veterinarian. For use in animals only.