How much royal Jelly to give my horse

by Jim

What would the normal dose be for a horse of royal jelly. I am only really finding it in capsules for people between 1000 and 2000 MG.

Angela's comments:

You are correct Jim, a human typically takes 1000 - 2000 mg's per day for general health. Take your horses weight and divide it by say 150 lbs, which we could say is the average weight of a human. If you horse weighs 1000 lbs, then your horse weighs 6.6 times what a human weighs so we could estimate that the horse can take 6.6 times what a human can. Multiply 6.6 by 1000 mg's to get 6.6 grams.

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