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Equilac® horse milk capsules can help relieve skin problems from the inside out.

Nutritional value of horse milk

The composition of mare’s milk is unique, offering many benefits. It is remarkably similar to breast milk and is a valuable source of vitamins, minerals, and trace elements. It contains high levels of iron and whey protein, which aids absorption and digestion. Additionally, horse milk contains lactoferrin, which supports the immune system.

Composition of horse milk per 100ml:

Component Composition
General Composition
Water 91.05 – 91.27%
Dry Matter 9.73 – 9.95%
Fats 0.65 – 1.25%
Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids 18.7 – 25.5%
Total Proteins 1.95 – 2.13%
Albumin and Globulin 0.75% (45% of total proteins)
Casein 1.4%
Peptide and Free Amino Acids 961 ppm
Non-protein Nitrogen 426 ppm
Milk Sugar 6.26 – 6.85%
Minerals and Trace Elements 0.27 – 0.38%
Elemental Composition
Calcium Ca. 1000 ppm (0.13 – 0.5%)
Phosphorus Ca. 536 ppm (0.03 – 0.085%)
Magnesium Ca. 120 ppm (0.004 – 0.014%)
Iron 5.3 – 14.4 ppm
Potassium 484 – 530 ppm
Sodium 116 – 119 ppm
Chlorine 302 – 440 ppm
Iron Oxide 20 ppm
Copper 0.17 – 0.36 ppm
Manganese 0.03 – 0.04 ppm
Cobalt 12.4 – 16.0 ppb
Zinc 181 ppm
Silicon 244 ppm
Iodine 1.9 ppm
Selenium 1 ppm
Chromium 1 ppm
Molybdenum 1 ppm
Aluminum 209 ppm
Titanium 178 ppm
Vitamin A 0.57 – 0.89 ppm
Vitamin B1 100 – 500 ppb
Vitamin B2 150 – 650 ppb
Vitamin B3 85 ppb
Vitamin B6 300 ppn
Vitamin B7 1.4 ppb
Vitamin B12 3.3 ppb
Vitamin B13 300 m
Vitamin C 98 – 151 ppm
Vitamin D 1.25 ppm
Vitamin E 0.65 – 1.05 ppm
Vitamin K 1.2 ppb
Vitamin T (Carnitine) 1 – 2 mg
Pantothenic Acid 0.25 ppb
Folic Acid 8 ppb
Citric Acid 0.175%
Acetylcholine 1 mg/l
Lecithin 0.109 – 0.25 mg/l
Choline 30 – 40 mg/l
Cholesteroline 94 – 168 ppm
Enzymes and Ferments
Peroxidase N/A
Oxidase N/A
Phosphatase N/A
Diatase N/A
Catalase N/A
Lipase N/A
Lysozyme N/A

About 40 percent of the protein in horse milk consists of whey protein, almost double the amount in cow’s milk. The higher whey concentration leads to enhanced absorption and digestion compared to dairy products.

Equilac®, the original horse milk capsules since 1999. Equilac® capsules help soothe symptoms of psoriasis, eczema, and acne from the inside out.

Mare’s milk contains about half the quantity of casein compared with cow’s milk. Drinking horse milk that has a lower casein content can provide added comfort for everyone who reacts badly to casein, like allergic reactions and gastrointestinal pain.

Horse milk is known for its high value in vitamins and minerals. It is rich in Vitamin A, B complex, C, E, and D; minerals are also available. Horse milk has a more balanced ratio of calcium to phosphorus than most other types of milk, which allows improved absorption of calcium throughout the body.

Compared with other milk, horse milk is much lower in calories, contributing to a lower fat content of 1.25 percent compared with 3.7 percent in cow’s milk.

Because of the low-fat percentage, horse milk contains a higher rate of water, which results in an unfamiliar taste when you drink horse milk for the first time.

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About Equilac®

The story of Equilac® started in 1999 as the pioneer that created the world’s first dietary supplement based on horse milk. 

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* Individual results with horse milk may vary. Equilac® is not a medicine but a dietary supplement. If you are considering consuming horse milk or products thereof, it is advisable to consult a doctor or nutritionist to understand the potential benefits, possible risks, or allergies.

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