Good Health Naturally Happy Tummy 500g
Charcoal is naturally active and adsorbent and has a long history of use as a filter, as an adsorbent, and as an antidote to poisons. Historical records of its use in these areas and others go far back into history as early as 1500 BC in Egypt. Hippocrates, circa 400 BC and then Pliny, AD 50 recorded the use of charcoal in a wide range of applications, and the principal use appears to have been to absorb unpleasant odours, and gas/smells from within the intestinal tract. Happy Tummy is made up of specially selected, 100% pure hardwood charcoal sourced from sustainable woodlands. It contains no fillers, binders or additives. It is made from naturally active charcoal produced in a traditional way.
Happy Tummy Charcoal does not take out vitamins and minerals from the system. References which allude to this concern the regular use of ‘activated’ charcoal, which has superadsorbent properties. In fact, field experience has shown that because it re-balances the system, Happy Tummy Charcoal actually facilitates the uptake of nutrients.
Happy Tummy Charcoal may help considerably with many tummy and dietary issues of your pets and animals. This isn’t all that surprising really when you think that charcoal has been used throughout history to settle the stomach. Happy Tummy™, made from only natural charcoal, adsorbs toxins and intestinal gases and carries them away thus preventing them from hurting your animals or pets!
NOTE: This type of charcoal is an approved feed material, whereas activated or medicinal / industrial charcoal is not an approved feed material.
How much to feed – using 5g scoop provided:
Recommended daily amount – in every case the amount is divided / split into two feeds: For Horses 16HH+ 7-8 scoops; 14-15HH 5-6 scoops; 12-13HH 4-5 scoops; 11HH and under 2-4 scoops; Miniatures 1-2 scoops.
Dogs and Cats – 3-4 5g scoops daily depending on size.
Can also be used for cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry. Please ensure plenty of fresh, clean drinking water is available at all times