Pituitary & Adrenal

The adrenal glands perform important functions in growth and developement form conception through adulthood. Working with the hypothalamus and pituitary gland of the brain, the adrenal glands are part of the inticate endocrine system of the body. Equine Cushing's disease is a primary problem of the pituitary gland. This gland is like a dispatch center, where hormones and other chemical mediators called "propiomelanocortin peptides" (POMC) are produced and then released into the body to control body functions. Horses with Cushing's have a breakdown of the control of the pituitary gland it litterally doesn't shut down and continues to produce POMC.  The overactive pituitary affects adrenal glands, stimulated by increased POMC production; the adrenal glands overproduce cortisol, which contributes to many health problems. Increased cortisol levels have been the traditional marker for detecting Cushing's.
 
Use with a Tonic to maintain the type of horse that needs glandular support.

An equine herbal blend of:
Licorice Root, Spirilina, Senticosus/ Eleuthero Root, Nopal, Schizandra Berry,
Astragalus Root, Rhodiola Rosea Root, Kelp, Chaste Berry,
Bee Pollen, Burdock Root

One pound is a 60 day supply.
Recommended use - 1 scoop a day.
One scoop = 1 Tablespoon
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