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Turmeric is a popular spice commonly used to give support to digestion, skin and joints. Contains an average of 3% curcumin and 3% cracked black pepper to aid maximum absorption. We also recommend to feed with Global Herbs Flax Oil for optimum results. Use routinely mixed in the feed, on its own or to support other formula such as Restore. Both Global Herbs Skratch products and Fly Free  also contain Turmeric so there is no need to feed together. Turmeric can stain, so please exercise caution when using it. Please take veterinary advice on feeding to pregnant mares.  

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  • Helps maintain joint comfort
  • Antioxidant type action
  • Helps horses prone to summer itching and supports skin
  • Palatable and easy to feed
  • Great value for money
  • Ready mixed - just add Flax Oil

Better known in English as Turmeric, Curcuma is traditionally used to dye silk and woollen Buddhist robes their orange-yellow colour.

Turmeric, Cracked Black Pepper

Average horse: 1/2 -2 scoops once or twice daily Large horses: 1 -3 scoops once or twice daily Small pony: 1/2 -1 scoop once or twice daily

Rebecca Cowderoy

“I have been using both Turmeric and Flax Oil for the past year on all my competition horses to support their joints and to help give them a wonderful glow to their coats. All the horses look and feel fantastic on the combination of Flax Oil and Turmeric – I always get remarks on how well my horses look when I’m out and about competing. My liveries too have started using both products together and I can really see the difference.”



"All of my horses are looking really well and they seem really happy in themselves. Especially Harry, who is the veteran of the group, he is very excitable and doesn’t stop trotting around the field playing! I would definitely highly recommend feeding Global Herbs Turmeric to horses. I will be continuing to use it. It’s fantastic!!”

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