Rose-Hip Vital Equine with GOPO
Written by Rose-Hip Vital
As you can imagine we are asked to explain how Rose-Hip Vital Equine compares to other rosehip products just about every day.
The humble rosehip is a true superfood. A wholefood, a fruit packed full of 8 naturally occurring vitamins (including C, E, B1 and B6) and 23 minerals (including iron, copper, zinc and magnesium), essential fatty acids (omegas 3, 6 and 9), antioxidants and flavonoids.
Rosehips, one of nature’s richest sources of natural vitamin C, are typically fed to horses as a feed supplement for immune system support and for a range of other health benefits including hoof health, improved circulation and digestive function to name but a few. So what makes Rose-Hip Vital so different to other rosehip products?
The answer is simple: Manufacturing processes, scientific research and most importantly… effectiveness.
Patented extraction and drying processes isolate and activate a fatty acid/galactolipid (glycoside of mono and diglycerol) which has powerful clinically proven anti-inflammatory and antioxidative properties. We call this active compound GOPO®. GOPO® is unique to Rose-Hip Vital powder and rosehip products that do not contain GOPO® have not been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties.
The same patented manufacturing processes produce a bright orange powder containing a high concentration of the naturally occurring vitamins and minerals found in carefully selected berries grown in Scandinavia.
Backed by more than 30 scientific studies including 9 clinical trials on people, dogs and horses, Rose-Hip Vital® is a clinically proven plant-based natural anti-inflammatory AND immune system support used to treat inflammation, maintain healthy joints, supplement nutrition and improve performance. And in case you are wondering, Rose-Hip Vital® Equine does not swab. There’s more... and this is very important… horses love the taste of Rose-Hip Vital. No more sifting through feed to avoid supplement granules.
So what are people using Rose-Hip Vital® Equine for?
• Joint pain and joint mobility
• Osteoarthritis/degenerative joint disease
• Chronic low grade lameness
• Recovery after surgery, injury or exercise
• Laminitis, navicular and ringbone
• Maintain healthy joints/prevention of joint problems
• Immune system support/general health and wellbeing
• Coat quality, skin conditions and allergies including Qld Itch
• Appetite stimulant
• Performance: improved muscle condition, topline, suppleness, movement, jumping scope, agility and endurance without heating