Activated charcoal that is produced from coconut shells.
A feed material for horses.
Composition: Pharmaceutical grade Activated Charcoal (Carbon) BPC 1934 (5-10 microns).
Activated charcoal is a non-toxic antidote and is one of the world’s oldest detoxifiers that has been used as far back as the Pharaohs and possibly even longer. When administered orally, activated charcoal has an amazing ability to extract thousands of times its own weight in gases, heavy metals, and other chemicals. Activated charcoal is known as an agent for cleansing and assisting the healing process of the body. Activated charcoal is produced from coconut shells that are heated to very high temperatures to remove any organic matter. It is then exposed to superheated steam to activate the charcoal which increases the surface area and absorbency of the material by over 300%. Pharmaceutical-grade activated charcoal can be up to 300 times more potent than natural charcoal. Activated charcoal is composed of fine black granules that are odourless and tasteless.
If you are feeding any medications, it is best to feed Activated Charcoal at least 2 hours apart from them as it may interfere with absorption. If you are using veterinary prescribed medications, we recommend that you discuss the use of activated charcoal with your vet.
- General detoxification
- Promote a calm digestive system
- Gas and bloating
- Loose droppings
- Horses with poor performance or irritable behaviour
- Discomfort when being girthed up
- Ideal for when grazing is very lush
Suggested intake 15g per day maintenance, 30g per day under times of stress.
1 x 25ml measure provides approx 15g of activated charcoal (Scoop not included)
Pack size and availability: Progressive Earth Activated Charcoal equine feed supplement is available in resealable grip seal pouches containing 1Kg of product. Multiple purchase options are available. Scoop not included.
Katherine Arthur (verified owner) –
Great value charcoal that really works. Great help with soothing stomach
Maria (verified owner) –
My horses eat it without problems
Anonymous (verified owner) –