New Products Click Here

Offers & Promotions - CLICK HERE

No reviews

KM Elite Flaxseed (Linseed) Oil

£9.97 £10.50
Tax included Shipping calculated at checkout.

Size

KM Elite Flaxseed (Linseed) Oil

Your horse’s diet changes over the years, which can mean the Omega-3 & Omega-6 (which horses can’t make in their own bodies) needed by your horse is not always present and as balanced as it should be. Any imbalance in these Essential Fatty Acids (EFA) can affect a horses temperament, so adding PureFlax as a supplement in their diet all year round (cereal based diets tend to be high in Omega-6 but low in Omega-3) helps ensure this perfect balance of Omega-3 & Omega-6.  

Feeding Flaxseed (Linseed) oil has many benefits: Good for skin allergies (Sweet Itch) Improves skin and coat condition Important aid to a healthy digestive system Supports mobility and flexibility Supports the immune system 'Cold Pressed' to retain all the goodness   Manufactured on a British Farm Linseed (Flaxseed Oil) contains essential Omega oils - 3, 6 and 9 which are also effective in humans - whereas other vegetable oils consist of mainly Omega 6 fatty oils.  Omega 3 offsets too much Omega 6 which can lead to an imbalance of oils.  

The Omega 3 in our Linseed (Flaxseed) Oil is made up of a plant based fatty acid which naturally compliments any horses' diet.  Flaxseed oil contains an essential fatty acid known as alpha-linoleic acid, or ALA. This fatty acid belongs to the Omega 3 group of lipids. Flaxseed oil is unusual among oils as it contains considerably more Omega 3 than Omega 6, therefore is fantastic in helping to address the imbalance of the ratios of Omega 6 to Omega 3, which in the modern horses diet is a common problem. Faxseed oil is obtained from the gentle cold pressing of dried ripe seeds of the flax plant. Of all the vegetable oils, Flaxseed oil (or Linseed Oil) has the highest levels of Omega 3 fatty acids. The Omega 3 fatty acid in Flaxseed oil (ALA), has been shown in research to help to tackle stiffness, the circulatory system and aid the ability to fend off immune disorders, making it ideal as a nutritional supplement. The equine diet has changed over the years as much as the human diet has and Omega 3 and 6 are not always as balanced as they should be. Any imbalance can affect the general wellbeing of your horse.

The Essential Fatty Acids (EFA) contained in Flaxseed oil ensures basic cellular health, and is as important to the health of our horses as vitamins and minerals. EFAs help cells form and function correctly and they are responsible for helping the body perform biological functions. Another benefit of Flaxseed oil is the effect it has on the coat. If your horse suffers from a dry or very dull coat, fatty acids help to improve the texture of the coat, making for a fuller, shinier appearance.

While it may seem superficial, a dull coat can often be a sign of other health problems. Flaxseed oil will not only improve your horse's coat and produce a gorgeous shine, but it can also help with skin problems - Flaxseed oil has even been shown to help with sweet itch. Flaxseed oil can help to reduce the build-up of lactic acid in muscles, which is a common cause of fatigue in performance horses.

Research has indicated that supplementing a horse daily with Flaxseed oil will, over time, have a beneficial effect on horses with stiff joints. Researches at Guelph University in Canada have shown that supplementing diets with flaxseed, a source of Omega- 3 fatty acids, reduced horses skin reactions to the bites of Culicoides midges. Some of these tiny incects are known to spread arboviruses to animals and humans. In horses, the bites cause intensly itching lesions known as sweet itch. The lesions often occur on the midline of the belly but can also be found on a horse's back and in the mane and tail areas. Treatment with steroids can help reduce itching, but dietary treatment may also offer relief. In the Canadian study, horses were given 500 grams of flax meal daily for six weeks. At the begining of the study and at the end of trird and sixth weeks, some of the horses were injected with Culicoides extraxt while others received injections of saline as a control. Allergic skin reactions to the Culicoides injections were significantly reduced in horses that had been given flax meal. 

Suitable for Poultry Size: 1 Ltr Suggested daily intake:   Horses: 25-75ml per day. Dogs 2.5-5ml per day depending on size. Poultry and Pigeons 5ml per kg of daily feed ration.   Product ref: LSO1

Delivery and Shipping

Free delivery on orders over £50. See delivery and shipping policies.

Please Note:  Delivery times start from when we have all items in stock with us here at our Despatch Desk - if it is coming from our off site warehouse please allow at least 2 days for the item to be received by our dispatch desk,  you will not receive an item in our off site warehouse the day after you place your order.


Small Parcels Tracked -  up to 30kg *

  • FREE  over £50    Royal Mail 2nd Class orders dispatched within 7 working days
  • £5.99  under £50  Royal Mail 2nd Class orders dispatched within 7 working days
  • £7.99  Express with DHL / Royal Mail 1 - 2 day

We are unable to currently ship feed and bedding

Payment & Security

Payment methods

  • Apple Pay
  • Mastercard
  • PayPal
  • Shop Pay
  • Union Pay
  • Visa

Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.

KM Elite Flaxseed (Linseed) Oil  Barnstaple Equestrian Supplies
KM Elite

KM Elite Flaxseed (Linseed) Oil

£9.97 £10.50

KM Elite Flaxseed (Linseed) Oil

Your horse’s diet changes over the years, which can mean the Omega-3 & Omega-6 (which horses can’t make in their own bodies) needed by your horse is not always present and as balanced as it should be. Any imbalance in these Essential Fatty Acids (EFA) can affect a horses temperament, so adding PureFlax as a supplement in their diet all year round (cereal based diets tend to be high in Omega-6 but low in Omega-3) helps ensure this perfect balance of Omega-3 & Omega-6.  

Feeding Flaxseed (Linseed) oil has many benefits: Good for skin allergies (Sweet Itch) Improves skin and coat condition Important aid to a healthy digestive system Supports mobility and flexibility Supports the immune system 'Cold Pressed' to retain all the goodness   Manufactured on a British Farm Linseed (Flaxseed Oil) contains essential Omega oils - 3, 6 and 9 which are also effective in humans - whereas other vegetable oils consist of mainly Omega 6 fatty oils.  Omega 3 offsets too much Omega 6 which can lead to an imbalance of oils.  

The Omega 3 in our Linseed (Flaxseed) Oil is made up of a plant based fatty acid which naturally compliments any horses' diet.  Flaxseed oil contains an essential fatty acid known as alpha-linoleic acid, or ALA. This fatty acid belongs to the Omega 3 group of lipids. Flaxseed oil is unusual among oils as it contains considerably more Omega 3 than Omega 6, therefore is fantastic in helping to address the imbalance of the ratios of Omega 6 to Omega 3, which in the modern horses diet is a common problem. Faxseed oil is obtained from the gentle cold pressing of dried ripe seeds of the flax plant. Of all the vegetable oils, Flaxseed oil (or Linseed Oil) has the highest levels of Omega 3 fatty acids. The Omega 3 fatty acid in Flaxseed oil (ALA), has been shown in research to help to tackle stiffness, the circulatory system and aid the ability to fend off immune disorders, making it ideal as a nutritional supplement. The equine diet has changed over the years as much as the human diet has and Omega 3 and 6 are not always as balanced as they should be. Any imbalance can affect the general wellbeing of your horse.

The Essential Fatty Acids (EFA) contained in Flaxseed oil ensures basic cellular health, and is as important to the health of our horses as vitamins and minerals. EFAs help cells form and function correctly and they are responsible for helping the body perform biological functions. Another benefit of Flaxseed oil is the effect it has on the coat. If your horse suffers from a dry or very dull coat, fatty acids help to improve the texture of the coat, making for a fuller, shinier appearance.

While it may seem superficial, a dull coat can often be a sign of other health problems. Flaxseed oil will not only improve your horse's coat and produce a gorgeous shine, but it can also help with skin problems - Flaxseed oil has even been shown to help with sweet itch. Flaxseed oil can help to reduce the build-up of lactic acid in muscles, which is a common cause of fatigue in performance horses.

Research has indicated that supplementing a horse daily with Flaxseed oil will, over time, have a beneficial effect on horses with stiff joints. Researches at Guelph University in Canada have shown that supplementing diets with flaxseed, a source of Omega- 3 fatty acids, reduced horses skin reactions to the bites of Culicoides midges. Some of these tiny incects are known to spread arboviruses to animals and humans. In horses, the bites cause intensly itching lesions known as sweet itch. The lesions often occur on the midline of the belly but can also be found on a horse's back and in the mane and tail areas. Treatment with steroids can help reduce itching, but dietary treatment may also offer relief. In the Canadian study, horses were given 500 grams of flax meal daily for six weeks. At the begining of the study and at the end of trird and sixth weeks, some of the horses were injected with Culicoides extraxt while others received injections of saline as a control. Allergic skin reactions to the Culicoides injections were significantly reduced in horses that had been given flax meal. 

Suitable for Poultry Size: 1 Ltr Suggested daily intake:   Horses: 25-75ml per day. Dogs 2.5-5ml per day depending on size. Poultry and Pigeons 5ml per kg of daily feed ration.   Product ref: LSO1

Size

  • 1ltr
View product