SeaBlend for Horses


"On just a tablespoon a day"





Horse Sense






Minerals       Amino Acid Content  
Aluminum 20-100 ppm Selenium 3-4 ppm Alanine 6.3
Arsenic <3 ppm Sodium 2.4-4.0% Arginine 8.0
Barium 15-50 ppm Strontium 100-200ppm Aspartic Acid 6.9
Boron 80-100 ppm Sulphur 2.0-2.3% Cystine trace
Cadmium <1 ppm Tin <10 pprn Glycine 5.0
Calcium 1.0-3.0% Titanium 3 - 6 ppm Glutamic Acid 10.0
Chlorine 1.0-3.0% Vanadium 2 - 5 ppm Histidine 1.3
Chromium <1 ppm Zinc 35 - 100 ppm lsoleucine 2.8
Cobalt 1-10 ppm Vitamins   Leucine 4.6
Copper 4-15 ppm Biotin 0.1 - 0.4 ppm Lysine 4.9
Iodine <1000 ppm Carotene 30 - 60 pprn Methionine 0.7
Iron 150-1000 ppm Folic Acid 0.1 - 0.5 ppm Phenylalinine 2.3
Lead <1 ppm Folinic Acid 0.1 - 0.5 ppm Proline 2.6
Magnesium 0.5-1.0% Niacin 10 - 30 ppm Serine 3.0
Manganese 10-50 ppm Riboflavin 5 - 10 ppm Threonine 2.8
Molybdenum <1 ppm Thiamin I - 5 ppm Tryptophan trace
Nickel 1-5 ppm Tocopherols 150 - 300 ppm Tryosine 0.9
Nitrogen 0.6-2.0% Vitamin C 100-2000 pprn Valine 3.7
Phosphorus 0.1-0.2% Vitamin B12 <0.004 pprn    
Potassium 2.0-3.0% Vitamin <10 ppm    

*Expressed as grams amino acid nitrogen per 100g of protein nitrogen

SeaBlend 9.1kgHistory

The use of seaweeds as a complete source of micronutrients for animals and humans has been recorded over the centuries.

The Norwegian Institute of Technology in Trondheim, Norway, uncovered evidence in early writings dating back to 4 BC that seaweeds were collected by Greeks, to feed their cattle.

The Romans fed seaweed to their horses as part of their regular daily diet.

Lymphangitis, an inflammation of nerve sheaths, was treated successfully in French army horses during the 1st world war by adding seaweeds to their daily feed ration.

The wild horses living on Sable Island, of the coast of Nova Scotia, have only seaweed and meram grass to keep them robust and healthy, in their harsh environment.

It’s the special nutritional qualities of seaweeds, that command so much respect from professional nutritionists.

These days domesticated animals have few opportunities to graze seaweeds in a natural way. Only in coastal areas with low tides or shores that receive fresh cast seaweed, can animals regularly feed, on this micronutrient rich, fodder resource.

SeaBlend 17kgThese micronutrients include all trace minerals known to man, and since they are tied to protein molecules, they are quickly taken into the blood stream to feed body cells. Bioavailability is assured.

Along with a broad range of amino acids, vitamins, essential salts (electrolytes) and fibre, this blend of seaweeds, in SeaBlend, far surpass any manufactured or any land plant and any combination of land plants.

Such is the concentration of these micronutrients, that only a tablespoon per day(14 g ) is needed to provide superior health benefits, which become noticeable within 60 days of adding SeaBlend to the daily diet.

The hair coat takes on a natural, show ring sheen, and texture. The feet are much better, due to the uptake of naturally occurring biotin.

The range of B & E vitamins help to enhance disposition, making for easier handling, less nervousness. Fibre content improves feed conversion and lessens incidences of impaction.

SeaBlend users from east to west, north to south, experience significant health improvements in their horses.


Order SeaBlend for Horses

SeaBlend for Horses 1.5kg (3 Lbs) - 3 Month Supply - $49.70
SeaBlend for Horses 2.7kg (6 Lbs) - 6 Month Supply - $85.20
SeaBlend for Horses 9.1 Kg (20 lbs) - $265.30
SeaBlend for Horses 17kg (37 Lbs) - $377.80