Calming Formula for horses that are nervous, inattentive, and/or spooky.
There are, as is the case with so many categories in the equine supplement marketplace, an ever expanding range of horse calming supplement choices for the horse owner trying to address behavioral challenges with their horse(s).
How can one decide which direction to take?
Certainly the best initial direction is to look for a product that is NASC (www.nasc.cc) Certified.
Can you read and understand clearly the active ingredients and at what levels they are delivered in a serving?
Lastly it is about looking into the ingredients that are disclosed. In Grand Calm we have used 3 ingredients that we believe, and it has certainly been confirmed through testimonials, offer the solution to what can be a frustrating and often misunderstood problem. Magnesium and Thiamine have been quite well documented as helping to promote relaxation but their inclusion does not make Grand Calm unique in this category. We had read a lot of interesting research on L-Theanine and used it in our dog product, Grand Tranquility. We received so much positive feedback that, on deciding to introduce an equine product, we knew that we had found an ingredient that worked exceptionally well.
L-Theanine is actually derived from the Camellia Sinensis or in layman’s terms tea. Ask any Englishperson what is the first thing they do when there is a crisis to try to stay calm and it is to make a pot of tea.
Grand Calm offers a synergistic approach and is also extremely affordable compared to the Perfect Prep products which provide extremely limited label information claiming “proprietary” formulas.