Oregano essential oil (OEO) naturally contains a wide range of antimicrobial and antioxidant properties which are widely known to help support a healthy digestive system, have natural calming properties and help support natural immunity, keeping the animal naturally healthy, making Orego-Stim the perfect choice when antibiotics are not desired.
Orego-Stim Equine is part of Anpario’s leading Orego-Stim range, containing OEO extracted from the oregano plant that is specific to Anpario. The plants are cultivated to have the optimal balance of active ingredients that include carvacrol and thymol.
Equine Digestive Health:
Equine Natural Calmer and Stress Management:
OEO Natural Defence
OEO Respiratory Health Support:
Add to feed at rates given below, ensure thorough mixing.
Start off with a small inclusion and gradually work up to the required amount.
Maintenance: 10 – 15 ml per day.
Extra support: 20 – 25 ml per day.
Maintenance: 20 ml per day.
Extra support: 40 ml per day.
For best results, use continuously.
Orego-Stim Equine should last around 6 weeks for one horse (dependent on inclusion rate)
Added bonus- Orego-Stim Equine mixes easily with no separation.
Do not feed to pregnant or lactating mares.
Once opened, ensure the lid is screwed on tightly between use to ensure longevity of the product, and store in a cool, dry area away from heat.
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"I have given Orego-Stim Equine 5 stars. I have used this product for several months now. It mixes easily into feed and is highly palatable. My Welsh cob x was sensitive and irritable when being girthed up. After a short time of putting Orego-Stim Equine in her feed daily, she is calmer and girthing up is no longer an issue. Highly recommended "
"My Welsh Cob was very girthy and uncomfortable. I wondered if it could have been ulcers. However since using Orego Stim Equine i believe it has helped her digestion and she is so much more settled in herself and no longer girthy or uncomfortable She loves the taste when mixed in her feed. Great product and I highly recommend it"
"I use anpario orego-strim as a daily supplement for my pony. She was very girthy and unsettled. We are now on our second bottle and she isn’t showing any of the symptoms now. It is very palatable as she eats it no hesitation. I find it reasonably priced compared to some and it is working! Highly recommended "
"My pony was uncomfortable in her girth area and would pull faces and nip when the saddle was being girthed up. We are now on our second bottle and the improvement is amazing. She stands very relaxed and calm being tacked up and is obviously comfortable now. This product has given great results and I will continue to use it. Highly recommended"
"I had stopped using Orego-Stim Equine for a while as I wanted to cut back on costs over summer and I had been using it more for respiratory benefits. Coming into winter my horse did not settle on his forage at all and he was quite loose and spooky. I thought I would see what OS Equine could do or whether I needed a specific guy balancer. 3-4 weeks later he is much happier with solid droppings and he is able to eat more forage which means I need less expensive concentrates. Now I know the value of the product I'll be keeping it year round. "
"Since adding Orego-Stim Equine to my pony’s feed. She has been more comfortable and not showing signs of her usual agitated behaviour when I fasten her girth. I feel the product has been an aid to her digestion and wellbeing. Highly recommended "
"We have used Oregano Stim product on a variety of horses and found it to be very good, having a calming and settling influence on more lively horses and providing a boost and to older horses in their quieter days. Would highly recommend it "
"I use Orego-Stim equine for my ex racer who is both a fussy eater and has Equine Asthma which makes him very congested in Winter. I found this has helped his intake of forages and helped keep his airways clear. Getting as much forage into him is always my aim as Thoroughbreds can be excitable in hard feeds. I also felt his concentration when ridden was helped."