Garlic contains high levels of sulphur, which benefit skin and hair, and is a good source of vitamins A, B1, B2, and C, enzymes, minerals and trace elements.
The key therapeutic ingredient in garlic is alliin. Alliin is an odorless sulfur-containing chemical derived from the amino acid cysteine. Allicin is formed when alliin, a sulfur-containing amino acid, comes into contact with the enzyme alliinase when raw garlic is chopped, crushed, or chewed. Allicin is what gives garlic its antibiotic properties and is responsible for its distinct odor, It is believed that garlic may help to repel flies who seem to dislike the odor that may pervade through the skin. It's widely believed that garlic has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antioxidant properties
Garlic Flakes 100%
Horses a handful per day amounts UTV feed.
Ponies a 1/2 handful per day amounts UTV feed.