A proponent of whole horse health through all-natural methods and ingredients, Enviro Equine & PET is thrilled to announce its new partnership with SeaBuck Equine, a philanthropic provider of beauty and health products that employs superior processing techniques and a premium and exclusive source of sea buckthorn berries. Sea buckthorn is a natural product with 1,300 years of traditional uses and the modern scientific research to back it up, and the collaboration of Enviro Equine & PET and SeaBuck Equine will make the powerful fruit even more accessible to the equestrian market. With two innovative products available, both companies are excited to begin co-distributing them to benefit horses from the inside out through a healthier coat, neuroendocrine and gastrointestinal support, and improved immune function, while also supporting the local community in the remote Himalayan valley where the berries are harvested.
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“I am thrilled to finally unveil our coordinated efforts with SeaBuck Equine, as I think our combined missions of health, wellness and giving back are the perfect match for one another,” commented Angela Brackett, Sales and Marketing at Enviro Equine & PET. “Working together, we can help horses and their owners as well as the harvesters that provide us with sea buckthorn berries, the root of the new products. I hope to hear many success stories from our customers who use the new line, and encourage everyone to give it a try.”
Though the newly-formed team of Enviro Equine & PET and SeaBuck Equine is sure to have long-standing benefits for the equestrian community, the heart of the relationship is one small ingredient: the sea buckthorn berry. The latin name for the sea buckthorn is Hippophae rhamnoides, which translates as “shiny horse,” an apt description of what is produced when the berries are incorporated into a horse’s daily regimen. Known to support gastric health, sea buckthorn is the most abundant source of Omega 7 fatty acid available to horses, and further helps maintain stomach lining against oxidative damage and supports tissue repair. It may appear to be a simple orange berry, but sea buckthorn is a concentrated source of health benefits for horses, pets and people, and is a key component of the partnership’s newest offerings.
One of the flagship products of the new collaboration, SeaBuck 7 Equine can be used across equestrian disciplines to ensure focused and optimal levels of performance both at home and in competition. SeaBuck 7 Equine is a research-proven, natural, food-based liquid supplement made from wildcrafted sea buckthorn berries, the same miraculous superfruit used for centuries to improve the health, appearance and stamina of horses. SeaBuck 7 Equine is easily digested, readily absorbed and provides a host of vitamins, nutrients and bioactive compounds. It is a natural source of antioxidants and omega 7 fatty acid that supports digestive and reproductive health, as well as a beautiful coat.
Another exciting new equine product, UlcerPlus combines sea buckthorn berry pulp and aloe vera leaf juice to support intestinal health, immune function and healthy skin. Offering all of the benefits of sea buckthorn including its proven support of gastric ulcers, the inclusion of aloe vera in UlcerPlus provides guaranteed levels of aloe polysaccharides that serve as a prebiotic to help support gastrointestinal health. Additionally, feeding the recommended does of UlcerPlus ensures that the horse receives the suggested two cups of aloe to be effective.
The SeaBuck Equine team is proud to participate in a range of sustainability initiatives which respect the earth and the resources it provides. Between fair trade harvesting practices in the Himalayan Highlands and philanthropic outreach, SeaBuck Equine is committed to making a difference for your health and for the planet, which is why sea buckthorn berries are harvested to benefit the local community. Rather than moving in with cultivators, heavy equipment and axes, SeaBuck Equine chose to have the berries hand-harvested the traditional way, by the same people that had been taught the process by generations of ancestors. This is accomplished by shaking the bushes with sticks and collecting the fallen ripened berries into wicker baskets or on ground cloths laid out beneath the trees.