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“Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”- Omega Alpha’s PreMare™ - An Effective All-Natural Hormone Balancer for Temperamental Mares
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Cyndy Lauper said it best in her song “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” and mare owners know that sometimes fun doesn’t jibe with the job at hand! That’s because mares typically cycle regularly between April and October.
Mary Phelps knows a lot about Omega Alpha, and how Omega Alpha PreMare has changed her amazing mare "Kimba". "Kimba has her own fan club, the videos we share of her in the carriage with her tail in the air, that's my girl." said Mary, FEI 3* Combined Driver for the USA."
Photo: Kimba and Al Capony at Live Oak -just having fun ©picsofyou.com
"I made sure we had a supply of PreMare™ when we took the ponies to Europe to prepare for the FEI Pony World Driving Championships for Ponies. And... it worked. In a sport where mares are not that popular, Kimba showed her power. The smallest pony in the entire competition, she won a Gold Medal in the cones division with Al Capony, and PreMare™, a show safe and natural supplement, made life a lot easier."
A Mare’s Heat Cycle
On average, a mare will be in season for about 5 days, but heat cycles could last up to 21 days. The length of each cycle varies for each mare, depending on the climate or living conditions. In the first week of the heat cycle, some mares display behavioral changes and possible irritability. During a mare’s heat cycle, she can present several external signs such as raised tails, urine squirting, winking of the vulva and squealing noises. These signs are often displayed with aggression, stress, hypersensitivity to the kidneys and back, stiffness or even lameness. In rare cases, the mare may show signs of colic.
During this time, some mares can be difficult in the stable and when being asked to work. Many mare owners report a lack of concentration, clinginess, and other signs that are not typical of the mare’s behavior when she is not in heat. When training or competing, this behavior can be challenging for both horse and rider. Omega Alpha’s PreMare™ is an all-natural herbal hormone modifier for irritability and symptoms associated with monthly hormonal surges. Along with being a hormone modifier, it also promotes normal hormone balance which can reduce your mare’s behavioral changes while she is in heat.
Some Key Ingredients in Omega Alpha’s PreMare™ :
- Chinese Angelica Root – This root has been called the “female ginseng”. It is known to help balance irregular heat cycles and reduce unpleasant symptoms caused by hormonal imbalances.
- Largehead Atractylodes Rhizome – Reduces pain due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Research shows that this herb relieves involuntary muscle spasms, regulates blood sugar, strengthens the immune system, helps against bone loss and exhibits antioxidant activity.
- Chinese Thorowax Root – A tonic herb for the liver and circulatory system. It exerts beneficial effects on various inflammatory conditions and helps the body cope with both physical and mental stress.
- Rehmannia Root – Can increase the resistance to physical, environmental, emotional or biological stressors.
It's Safe - For Human and Horse - And All Natural
Unlike other leading hormone modifying products, Omega Alpha’s PreMare TM is safe to administer without any protective wear or gloves. PreMare ™can also be administered on a continuous basis. PreMare™ is an all-natural botanic formula containing 7 different botanicals that synergistically work to have a calming effect. It has sources of antioxidants, phytonutrients and trace elements, which all reduce inflammation. This is what makes Omega Alpha’s PreMare TM one of the most sought-after hormone-balancing and modifying product on the market.
Mary Phelps, a competitive driver and the founder of Horses Daily, relies on and uses Omega Alpha’s PreMare™ on her mare “Kimba” every day. See the video below to see what she has to say about PreMare™ and other Omega Alpha® Favorites.
Then watch the video of the winning cones round in Kisber, Hungary and you will be able to pick out Kimba (on the left) doing her thing.