Dr. Weyrauch No. 28 Sandman - 2kg

Dr. Weyrauch No. 28 Sandmann is a mineralizing supplementary feed for horses, which has a magnesium-rich mineral and trace element composition, which is incorporated into a very special herbal recipe.

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  • Dr. Weyrauch No. 28 Sandman - 2kg

    Dr. Weyrauch No. 28 Sandmann is a mineralizing supplementary feed for horses, which has a magnesium-rich mineral and trace element composition that is incorporated into a very special herbal formulation. Vitamin B12 and the special amino acids glutamine and glycine round off this tried and tested product.

    As an active feed, No. 28 Sandmann was even tested in our institute for the development of nutritional concepts for horses in the cold season, which is associated with temperamental outbursts in many horses, and found to be very good. No. 28 Sandman has quickly gained a place in the variety of products available on the market. A combination with No. 16 Daydreamer is recommended for horses that need to be walked again after a period of standing.
    For many riders, the idea that the horse could behave in a jumpy and unpredictable manner is a great burden in the relationship between humans and animals. The horse's fear and panic are transferred to the rider, creating a vicious circle. At this point, however, it makes little sense to reproach the rider or the horse. Solutions must be found.

    Linus Carl Pauling (two-time Nobel Prize winner from 1901 to 1994) already stated that nutrient deficiencies always show up in the psyche before they manifest themselves physically. It therefore stands to reason that behavioral disorders in horses could be caused by a mineral or vitamin deficiency.

    Magnesium and vitamin B12 are particularly important for the psyche. However, an adequate and balanced supply of trace elements such as zinc and manganese in particular also help to ensure a smoothly functioning metabolism, which is better able to reduce the effects of stress at cellular level, among other things. The amino acids glutamine and glycine are essential building blocks for nerve metabolism and the basis for the development of antioxidant systems. In this way, nutrients also work hand in hand for good mental health.

  • Composition
    • Dried herbs (coriander, marjoram, hops, parsley, lemon balm, passion flower)
    • Magnesium citrate
    • Calcium gluconate
    • Bladderwrack


    Zinc as amino acid zinc chelate hydrate (3b606) 9,000 mg
    as amino acid manganese chelate hydrate (3b504) 9,000 mg
    Iron as amino acid iron chelate hydrate (3b106) 1,050 mg
    Copper as amino acid copper chelate hydrate (3b406) 840 mg
    Selenium in org. form (3b8.10) as selenium from Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3060 (inactivated selenium yeast) 18 mg
    Cobalt as coated cobalt (II) carbonate granules (3b304)
    16 mg
    Iodine as potassium iodide (3b201) 30 mg
    Vitamin B12 as cyanocobalamin 12,500 mcg
    L-glutamic acid 50,000 mg
    Glycine 50,000 mg

    Analytical ingredients

    Crude protein 18.7%, crude fat 2.8%, crude fiber 6.6%, crude ash 19.5%, calcium 1.6%, phosphorus 0.2%, magnesium 3.0%, sodium 0.2%.

  • Feeding recommendation
  • 45g per horse per day (equivalent to three level measuring spoons), less for ponies and small horses, 30g (equivalent to two level measuring spoons).

    Due to the increased trace element content, please do not feed more than 200 g per horse per day.