Frequently Asked Questions

What Are The Tonic Herbs Found in The Balancing Tonic Proprietary Blend?

Thyme Leaf (Thymus vulgaris), Sarsaparilla Root (Smilax officinalis), Dandelion Root (Taraxacum officinale), Alfalfa Aerial (Medicago sativa), Garden Angelica Root (Angelica archangelica), Saw Palmetto Fruit (Serenoa repens), White Horehound Aerial (Marrubium vulgare), Horsetail aerial (Equisetum arvense), Peppermint Leaf (Mentha x piperita), Quassia Bark (Picrasma excelsa), Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra), Gentian Root (Gentiana lutea), Celery Seed (Apium graveolens), Malva Leaf (Malva sylvestris) and Marsh Mallow Root (Althaea officinalis).

How Much of The Balancing Tonic Should I Give my Horse And How Often?

Dosage Guide for Horses & Ponies (BY WEIGHT)

Ponies (up to 850 lbs.): 2 oz. daily in PM feed

Horses (over 850 lbs.): 2 oz. daily in AM + 2 oz. daily in PM feed

For sports training, athletic competition or recovery from injury, administer 3 ounces twice daily (in both morning and afternoon feed).

Is there a dosage guide for various animals?

This is a guide for giving The Balancing Tonic to various animals. The quantities may be doubled in any case where the animal is in distress or performing at a high level.

Dosage Guide for Other Animals (BY WEIGHT)

10-20 lbs: 1/16 oz. daily*

21-30 lbs: 1/8 oz. daily*

31 – 50 lbs: 1/4 oz. daily*

51-100 lbs: 1/2 oz. daily*

101-175 lbs: 2/3 oz. daily*

176-250 lbs: 1 oz. daily*

In ALL cases, 2 weeks before a show, give 1 ¼ oz. to 1 ½ oz. per day.

In ALL cases, add The Balancing Tonic to the feed or if necessary by mouth simply using a syringe.

*There are no negative effects if more of the Tonic is given than above.

The Balancing Tonic is NOT A CURE for anything, rather it is a catalyst to the blood and has the properties to effect homeostasis and so it is easy (and imperative), that we stand by our disclaimer.

(DISCLAIMER: The Balancing Tonic is a dietary supplement, not a drug. Therefore, it is useful in effecting the structure and/or function of a body in various ways. However, it is not intended to and will not cure, mitigate, treat or prevent any disease. Success Stories like those presented reflects truthful and actual experiences with animals that have consumed The Balancing Tonic and the owners have chosen to express their opinion regarding the positive results that have been achieved. Their point of view however may not be all encompassing and does not constitute scientific evidence that The Balancing Tonic will cause similar results in other animals nor are these statements representative of individual results that may be anticipated. The Balancing Tonic does not make any such drug or treatment claims for its products.)

Does it work on all types of horses? Any age?

Yes! If it has blood, The Balancing Tonic works.

How long will I have to give my horse The Balancing Tonic?

Once a horse has achieved peak performance, at the very least, keeping it on a maintenance dose of 2 oz. per day for the duration would be a sound investment.

Will I have to change my horse’s diet while using The Balancing Tonic?

No, and even horses that are not on a good dietary regime will begin to have a better uptake of whatever nutrients are made available.

How long before I start to see results?

This varies from horse to horse as there are many unknowns but anywhere from 13 to 30 days.

Everyone needs to know that this is currently the only thing on the market that really embodies the whole body concept in the way that it was originally designed, the way that it was used in China for centuries but has been absent in Western medicine for hundreds perhaps even thousands of years.

Daniel B. Mowrey, Ph.D.