BOSWELLIA SERRATA POWDER (Frankincense) for joint support, digestive health and a healthy respiratory system



Boswellia serrata powder (Frankincense)

Boswellia serrata is a natural product that is safe for long term use, offering a gentle natural solution to soothe sore stiff muscles and joints and support to hard working joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons. Boswellia soothes the gastrointestinal tract, helping to maintain normal colon function, firms up loose droppings and supports respiratory tract health.

• Helps maintain supple joints and all-round mobility.
• Supports ligament, tendon and joint health.
• Sustains joint elasticity and freedom of movement.
• Supports the structures of the hoof.
• Supports digestive health and firm-up loose droppings.
• Gentle on the stomach and safe for long term use.
• Safe for competition use.
• Supports a healthy respiratory system.

Suggested intake:

Horses – 20 to 30g per day.
Ponies – 10 to 20g per day.

1x 15 ml scoop supplies approximately 10g of product.

Depending on supplier there may be variations in colour, texture and smell.

Pack size and availability: Progressive Earth Boswellia powder equine feed supplement is available in resealable grip seal pouches containing 1 Kg of product. Multiple purchase options are available.

10 reviews for BOSWELLIA SERRATA POWDER (Frankincense) for joint support, digestive health and a healthy respiratory system

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  1. Jacqueline Munro

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    I think the supplement is beneficial but my horse will not take it unless I mix it with water and molasses into a small scoop of chaff which is not ideal so will have to think it about ordering again

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    • Melanie Barker

      Hi. With all powdered supplements, it is important to ensure that you feed a suitable adequate amount of base feed. Most horses will refuse a powdered supplement if there is not enough of the right base feed as a carrier.
      I would suggest a soaked base feed such as soaked hay or grass pellets or a suitable soaked mash. There are many soakable feeds on the market that are low in sugar and starch so you can feed an adequate amount to carry a supplement. A small handful of chop is the least palatable and the one feeds that is least suitable for carrying powdered supplements.

  2. Lynn Hawdon

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    This product was not as effective for pain relief for my mare as Devils Claw

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