Rehydrate powder  with fresh clean water
1 serving size =5g or 1 tea spoon of powder
One bag contains 150g of Juice concentrate

Mature Horse......................................... 1 to 3 tsp daily
Breeding Mare........................................3 to 8 tsp daily
Breeding Stallion.................................... 4 to 10 tsp daily
Race or Performance horse......................2 to 8 tsp daily
Yearling................................................. 1 to 2 tsp daily      
Yearling panic mode.................................2 tsp AM&PM
Foal......................................................  1 tsp daily

Body Rescue for body score 1 to 2.....1 tsp 10x's a day
Performance Boost 1 to 2 tsp + 2 cups water

This is NOT a pharmaceutical product
it does not treat, cure or prevent disease.


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Horse Greens Body Rescue
Step one: replace delicate & raw grazing nutrients
for stabled horses and horses in training

Step 1: mix organic powder with water
Step 2: squirt into mouth or pour into feed pan
Step 3: Walk briskly after they drink it


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Alpha Boost Juice products do not treat, cure or prevent disease.
Human grade, dry organic juice concentrate
Stomach issues, weight gain, weight managment
It's like making a green smoothie for your horse
Squirt into mouth or pour into feed tub
See a change in 10 days
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EGUS grade 3
Horse Greens day 45
Horse Greens day 15
Dogs love it also
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"You just can't fool Mother Nature, but you can follow her lead." -K.C.J
Many of the problems our modern horses face are simply man-made.
The stable diet consists of grains, dead hay and formulated supplements.