What Is Mokemine-H?
Do you know that after dogs, our most loyal friends are horses? Horses are the animals that have helped man most throughout history. Domestic horses never leave their owners.
These loyal friends can carry us kilometers without becoming tired. To maintain such loyal and strong animal’s health going great throughout their life, Mokemine-H has been prepared.
Even with the best of care, horses can suffer from occasional bouts of ill health, injury or related conditions.
Mokemine-H is a supplement produced by Bagdara Farms to provide the best care to one of the steadfast animals. It carries rich traces of curcumin in the exact proportions as is needed for prevention, treatment and care of horses and their ailments.
Properties Of Curcumin In Mokemine-H
- Anti-Inflammatory:- It is probably best known for its use as an anti-inflammatory. It works by significantly reducing the inflammatory pathways in the body.
But unlike bute and most other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory often given to horses, turmeric works as a COX-2 inhibitor (as opposed to COX-1) and does not damage the lining of the stomach.
- Antioxidant:– Horses are susceptible to oxidative stress just like us humans. If your horse is older and if he suffers from any type of chronic condition, or if he’s a performance horse, he very well may benefit from an antioxidant such as curcumin.
- Influence on bone health:- Turmeric exerts a chondroprotective effect. Chondrocytes are bone cells. Curcumin can prevent osteoarthritis by reducing inflammation, supporting development of osteoblasts and inhibitingthe activity of osteoclasts.
- Anti-microbial agent:- Horses tend to develop infection in the joint which is known as septic arthritis. It can also occur as a result of injections or post operative complications. Turmeric’s anti-microbial property can prove to be therapeutic in case of septic arthritis. Turmeric is a natural anti-microbial agent. It has anti-bacterial, anti-viral, parasiticidal and anti-fungal activity.
Please Note -It is advisable to start the dosage in small quantity and then gradually increase it.