Mare magic - how long does it take to work?

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    03-08-2009, 11:41 AM
Green Broke
Question Mare magic - how long does it take to work?

Sandie has been on mare magic (twice a day, still on the loading dose) for about a month and a half now...but it doesn't seem to be lessening the effects of her heat. Any clue how long they have to take this stuff before it starts to actually work?
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    03-08-2009, 11:46 AM
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If it is going to work, you should see a difference in about a week. The funny thing about these supplements is that ... they either work. Or they don't. That doesnt mean that a different one won't work if this doesnt... My mare is on mare magic from spring till fall and I see a dramatic difference in her but like I said... this one may not be the one for you. It does seem like it took about a full week to see a difference though. Now when I started her back on it this week I just went w/ one dose a day.... good luck!
    03-08-2009, 08:59 PM
I noticed a difference right away with my horse as well. You may want to find another supplement for yours.
    03-08-2009, 10:21 PM
Green Broke
Has anyone tried other supplements meant to calm down a moody mare when she's in her "cycle"?
    03-09-2009, 12:32 AM
I use Mare-Alleve from Foxden. I actually think it's called StabilityEQ now, but same product. Works great, takes the edge off, and works instantly I think. It's all natural, raspberry leaves, magnesium, and chasteberry.
I recommend it.
    03-09-2009, 12:58 AM
Haha, I take red raspberry leaf tea when pregnant. Works wonders for mood and tummy pains. Great stuff, I never thought it would work for horses though.
    03-09-2009, 05:06 PM
Green Broke
Raspberry leaves are the only ingredient in Mare Magic, it's completely natural...but I've never heard of Mare-Alleve, may have to give that one a try. Has anyone used "Moody Mare"? Some others in the barn use that one and like it...
    03-09-2009, 06:07 PM
Email - we have a boarder here that uses them (sorry not to sound salesy I mean it!!) and her mare is mega marish....and she's tried EVERYTHING. I'm sure that they can give you some feedback on what worked for them.

The only mare I have is a total tomboy and is pregnant and still a rockstar so I'm no help! Sorry!

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