Description: Free to Fly is the syringe based on the phytotherapy extract of ash leaves, common nettle and feverfew. These plants are well-known in the phytotherapy world for their powerful analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect. They are particularly effective in case of osteoarticular pain.
When to use Free to Fly: Sporthorses' joints are continuously exposed to huge efforts: therefore, it is particularly important to find solutions to relieve their articular pain, especially during competitions.
Properties of its constituents: Ash dry extract contains substances, called coumarins, with analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties (22, 23). Thanks to parthenolide, feverfew extract inhibits inflammatory phenomena (38). It is scientifically proven that common nettle's leaves dry extracts exert an anti-inflammatory effect on arthritis and arthrosis. They are well tolerated by the body and their diuretic properties are particularly useful in case of periarticular edemas or synovitises (77).
Use and dosage: Administer 1-2 Free to Fly syringes at least 4 hours before a competition.
This product does not cause any adverse reaction. Nevertheless, since every organism has its own peculiarities, dietary supplements, feeds and complementary feeds should always be introduced in a horse’s diet gradually, in order to evaluate the product’s effects on the horse.