NAF BLK (500g) detoxifies liver and kidneys of horses

Available size: 500g
Feeding 15g per day, a 500g can lasts for about 33 days.
Supplementary feed to support blood formation, liver metabolism and kidneys.


49,50 inkl. Tax

Includes 13% MwSt reduziert
(99,00 / 1 kg)
Delivery Time: approx. 3 - 4 working days
Additional costs (e.g. for customs or taxes) may occur when shipping to non-EU countries.


Herbs to support the detoxification organs

Feed NAF BLK if you want to support the formation of red blood cells as well as liver and kidney of your horse, especially after appropriate indications in the blood count. It is especially recommended to feed BLK also after eating ragwort or other poisonous plants. Horses that are sensitive to the sun can also particularly benefit from NAF BLK.


Liver and kidney are particularly important organs in the horse organism. The kidney is the detoxification organ of the horse’s body. If your horse’s kidney is not functioning properly, harmful substances can no longer be removed from the horse’s body. Kidney diseases and damage are unfortunately detected very late – mainly due to the rather unspecific symptoms. The result can be painful, chronic inflammation, as kidney disease is often irreversible. The cause of kidney weaknesses and diseases are usually other preceding diseases or poisoning.

The liver is another key organ for a healthy equine organism. It is the “metabolic center and nutrient logistics center” of the horse’s body. All food and nutrients are transported to the liver where they are transformed, stored and/or redistributed throughout the body. However, numerous “polluting” substances also enter the horse’s organism via the wrong food (molds, toxins, artificial flavors in the feed, etc.), the horse’s skin and the drinking water. For this very reason, our horse’s liver is exposed to stress more often than we may realize and various liver diseases can occur. Similar to kidney failure, horses with liver failure usually do not have obvious pain or symptoms at first, so liver disease is not apparent in the blood work until the disease is advanced. To minimize the likelihood of equine liver disease, it is advisable to support your horse’s liver function specifically with selected herbs.

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