Herbs for Horses – Vitamine B1

Thiamine B1 is required for the efficient metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. It is also critical for the processing of lactic and pyruvic acids, which contribute to “tie-ing up” and is especially important in competition horses that are often fed large amounts of grain to support athletic ability.

The requirements for Thiaminin a 500 kg horse ranges from 30-62 mg daily. It is an essential B vitamin for carbohydrate metabolism used in growth, appetite and for energy metabolism (ATP) in cells that power exercise. It reduces muscle tremors and aids in calming.

Essential for stressed, nervous horses and those with frequent digestive upsets


  • Helps to prevent “tie-ing” up.
  • Assists with growth.
  • Assists with maintaining appetite.
  • Aids in calming and reduces muscle tremors.
  • No fillers.


Vitamin B1 (Thiamin mononitrate) in a base of Saccharomyces yeast (which improves fiber or hay digestion) with Flax Oil (which acts as a binder and an excellent source of Omega 3).

Guaranteed Analysis (per kg):

 Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) 980 mg


DAILY FEED RATE (per 500 kg / 1100 lbs of body weight):

Feed 1 scoop (15 g) daily (providing 250 mg of Vitamin B1)
Enclosed scoop is approximately 15 g