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Supports normal blood sugar levels and aids digestion

23 reviews. 5 / 5
Guest - 15/04/2024 20:14
Brilliant for my EMS pony.Good quality ans and a reasonable price
Guest - 13/01/2024 15:50
Smells great nice clean product hopefully will help to lower blood sugar levels
Allison - 20/09/2023 15:27
Very good for pony with ems
Allison - 12/07/2023 14:33
Helps to regulate his insulin levels
Allison - 20/06/2023 21:33
Good quality and packed well for delivery does what it says
Guest - 26/02/2023 19:13
Seems to suit my horse well
Allison - 31/12/2022 06:56
Cinnamon for my ems pony. Excellent for keeping the crest soft
Allison - 12/10/2022 20:37
Brilliant and reasonably priced
Trusted Feefo Customer - 31/01/2022 16:10
Excellent product and helpful staff
Trusted Feefo Customer - 19/10/2021 08:32
Just started using this product

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Feeding Guide

Weight of Horse/Pony   Amount per day                                  
Up to 400kg 1 scoop
Over 400kg 2 scoops


1 level (5ml) scoop of Cinnamon weighs approximately 5.4g

Unsuitable for pregnant mares due to the uterine stimulating effects of this herb.

Feed supplements should be fed according to body weight. Introduce to the horse's diet gradually, splitting between feeds (when applicable).

Cinnamon is a complementary feeding stuff for equine animals. Feedmark uses nothing in the formulation of this product that contravenes competition rules.

Nutrition Information

Cinnamon contains a volatile oil with soothing and calming properties.  These actions aid in relaxing the digestive system, reducing flatulence and stabilising loose droppings.  Cinnamon also supports insulin activity making it particularly beneficial to those needing help to maintain normal blood sugar levels.


Calcium carbonate (for product consistency), Cinnamon powder (Cinnamomum zeylanicum).


Crude protein 0.9%
Crude oils & fats <0.1%
Crude fibre 12.3%
Crude ash 80.5%
Sodium <0.1%
Calcium 33.9%

I have seen this as an ingredient in a few supplements and balancers that are aimed at overweight horses. Why would this be?

Cinnamon is known to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels, and this in turn can help to avoid excess fat storage. While this will help with weight loss, the most important things to consider if you want your horse to lose weight is to increase exercise (calories burnt) and reduce the energy intake (calories fed).