Twisted Sister is a natural alternative to aid in bringing balance to your mare's hormonal cycle. Bringing peace to the barnyard and/or trailer. Helping your mare stay more focused and calm so she can do her job and maintain her competitive edge. Initially created for the mare whose barn name graces the label, Twisted Sister has become one of our most popular blends.
Promotes Hormonal Balance
Easier to haul
Standard Feeding practice of 2 – 4 Scoops daily as required.
Depending on severity of symptoms. Beginning with the higher
dosage for 2 - 3 weeks is recommended, then decrease amount
fed to 2 scoops for maintenance.
Standard Dosage: 2 - 4 scoops (tablespoons) daily
Recommended not to exceed 9 Tbsp. daily.
Not recommenced for pregnant or lactating mares
- Blue Cohosh is used starting menstruation;
muscle spasms; for colic, cramps, hysterics,
inflammation of the uterus, to stimulate the uterus.
It is thought to have effects similar to estrogen.
Celery Seed supports symptoms of anxiety, treats
hysteria, nervousness, headache, joint pain
(rheumatism), loss of appetite, and exhaustion.
It promotes relaxation and sleep, is a digestive aid,
regulates bowel movements and purifies blood.
Feverfew has a role in easing menstrual cramps,
prevents headaches, arthritis, fevers, muscle
tension and pain, used to lower blood pressure,
improves digestion and kidney function. Has been
indicated for various menstrual problems.
Oat Straw eases the effects of a menstrual cycle
including cramps, reduces inflammation, lymphatic
swelling, benefits the endocrine system and
balances the adrenal glands, prevents osteoporosis.
Red Raspberry is naturally high in magnesium,
potassium, iron and b-vitamins, making it helpful
for nausea, leg cramps, and improving sleep.
Extremely beneficial for the female reproductive
system, strengthens the uterus and pelvic muscles.
Yarrow is effective for uterine health, can regulate
the menstrual flow and improve uterine tone, is an
anti-inflammatory and is an effective pain reliever
for menstrual cramps, PMS and endometriosis.
It's also a natural diuretic.