Contains native salicin

  • Contains native salicin
  • Used to treat aches and fever
  • 100% willow
  • Commercial form:
    1 kg bag
Bergsiegel Willow contains native salicin, a glucoside that is converted to salicylic acid in the digestive tract.
Willow bark was used to relieve fevers and aches in ancient Greece.

Consult your veterinary surgeon or alternative veterinary practitioner if your horse suffers from acute or chronic ailments.

For information on the effects of herbs in relation to doping, consult the Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations of the German Equestrian Federation (Deutsche Reiterliche Vereinigung e. V.). These can be found on the German Equestrian Federation website.

Feeding Recommendation

The following quantities are recommended as supplement to daily rations: Warmbloods 30–50 g, thoroughbreds 40 g, ponies 30 g. Administer the herbs over a six-week period.

Do not feed to pregnant mares.


Single Feed for horses, Ingredients:
100% willow bark
Analytic Components:
Crude protein 3,4 %
Crude fibre 26,9 %
Crude oils and fats 1,3 %
Crude ash 8,0 %
Moisture content 8,1 %


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