Botanical Name - Allium sativum
Other Names - Clown’s Treacle, Poor Man’s Treacle, Fum, Thoum, Thum, Common Garlic, Rocambole, Serpent Garlic, Spanish Garlic, Ajo, Rasoon, lasunam (Ayurveda), da-suan (Chinese)(Arabic), Da suan (Mandarin), Ail, Thériaque des pauvres (French), Knoblauch (German), Lahsun or Lahsan (Hindi), Ninniku or Garikku (Japanese), Alho (Portuguese), Chesnok (Russian) and Ajo (Spanish).
Origin - China
Typical Preparations - Add garlic granules directly to soups, dressings, stews, casseroles, sauces and gravies, marinades, pickles and dressings.
Equine Usages - Daily use of garlic in the diet has been shown to have a very beneficial effect on the body, especially the blood system and the heart. Garlic is a powerful blood purifier. Use for respiratory disorders especially to aid in the expulsion of mucous. Supports the natural bacterial flora in the digestive system. Garlic is rich in sulphur which is excreted through the pores of the skin helping to deter flies and other insects. Used in a prophylactic way it will help guard your horse from coughs, colds and worm infestation.Recommended Amount: 2 tablespoons per day based on 1000 lb. horse.
Garlic is an herb related to the onion. It is cultivated for its bulb, which is composed of many small cloves. Dried garlic has the benefit of a long shelf life.
Granulated Garlic has a coarse texture and can be used as a barbecue dry rub. Rub on your favorite meat and let sit at room temperature for 45 minutes before placing on the grill.
There is no need to re-hydrate Granulated Garlic but if desired, use one part Granulated Garlic to two parts water. About 1/8 tsp. is equal to 1 average size clove. If you are on a low sodium diet, substitute 1/2 tsp. of salt with 1/8 tsp. garlic.
Granulated Garlic is a key ingredient in many cuisines including Italian, Chinese, and Middle Eastern. Garlic is not only used in cooking, but is believed to have many medicinal uses.
Equine Insect Control Supplement Use - Garlic is one of the most widely used medicinal herbs in the world. It is believed to have numerous health benefits for horses, from supporting the immune system to helping deter biting insects. Stone Creek Health Essential's human-grade garlic flakes are rich in bioavailable sulfur, oil, and B vitamins.
|Horse Weight||Recommended Amount|
|Under 500 lbs.||0.5 scoop|
|500 - 1000 lbs.||0.5 - 1 scoop|
|1000 - 1500 lbs.||1 - 1.5 scoops|
|Over 1500 lbs.||1.5 - 2 scoops|
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